HackerNews top stories from Mar 13 to 20 Mar, 2022.

[0] US Senate votes unanimously to make daylight savings time permanent

[1] EU to make it mandatory to use customer-replaceable batteries in household items

[2] DigitalOcean acquires CSS-tricks

[3] H.264 is Magic (2016)

[4] 5 Charged with Stalking, Harassing, Spying on US Residents for PRC Secret Police

[5] Arizona moves to ban recording video of police

[6] US Federal Reserve raises interest rates for first time since 2018

[7] Google “hijacked millions of customers and orders” from restaurants – lawsuit

[8] Court finds calling stuff open source when it’s not is false advertising

[9] Light mode, Dark mode, and Gen-Z mode?

[10] CIA black site detainee served as training prop to teach torture techniques

[11] How Putin’s Oligarchs Bought London

[12] Google open sources solar atmospheric water generator

[13] Deliberately optimizing for harm

[14] Each Firefox download has a unique identifier

[15] Lapce – Fast open-source code editor

[16] US schools can subscribe to an electric bus fleet at lower prices than diesel

[17] Cities should not pay for new stadiums

[18] Famous Navy UFO video was camera glare, evidence suggests

[19] How I learned to stop worrying and structure all writing as a list

[20] Tokamak Energy sets a temperature record among commercial fusion companies

[21] Firefox removed Yandex search option

[22] Amazon intentionally made it hard to cancel Prime subscription in secret project

[23] First images from James Webb exceed all expectations

[24] Incident with GitHub Actions, API requests, Codespaces, Git operations, Issues

[25] Launch HN: Living Carbon (YC W20) – Trees that capture and store more carbon

[26] Deno Is Webby

[27] In-flight surgery with a coat-hanger and silverware

[28] New WebKit features in Safari 15.4

[29] Christopher Alexander has died