That filtering is a joke.
In my book, anything from gmail, hotmail, etc. is suspect by definition. I don't see why AWS should be any different.
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All four were named - with copies of their passports - in the articles that showed up on the web here in The Netherlands, when the news about the The Hague situation first came out.
Whether those passports actually show the guys' real names...?
How about maybe not?
I was pretty open minded about it at first, but the more I learn about it, the more it annoys me. It's really trying to be too much.
Want a better init system? Build a better init system. Don't make it do things no init system was ever meant to do.
Why should anyone feel guilty about keeping junk and security threats off their system and making sure their machines' core temperature doesn't go up by 15 degrees (that's what happened here when I ran some tests with blockers off)?
Who do we contact for compensation for the damage that does to a machine?