Re: ? Critical Security Bug in 72.0 ?
Homeland Security are offering help with security? It's a trap.
313 posts • joined 3 Jun 2013
Please remember: The Linux Corporation (;-) is not trying to dominate the Desktop. It fights without fighting, wins without winning. It cares not for accolades or the odd kudos. It simple is, in the Zen sense. If you want it, take it. If you don't, it feels no loss. It goes on...
The good doctor has it all wrong. It's not hate speech, it's hate language. English is a hateful language. Ban English under punishment of a good tongue lashing, say 50 whacks. Then we all speak Aramaic, the language of gentle Jesus, and become meek and mild. No words for nerd, boffin, etc. Problem solved.
This is not about hardware, it's about another piece in the IoT jigsaw picture: health, exercise activity, location habits. The walls are closing in. Your FitBit flashes a text...
"Quite a good run this morning, Joe. Ready for a thirst quencher, only 50 m along the street at Pep-Juice. Special today for successful 5km joggers."
Well, there are BTC ATMs in many countries, You can buy stuff with BTC. And New Zealand, though not yet a nuclear hegemon, will allow salaries to be paid BTC. So I guess you could say BTC is usable.
Mr Beer has inadvertently uncovered a state-sponsored honey pot. I suspect he was told how much to reveal, ie the malware and its eradication, but nothing more, or else...meanwhile new malware is being written and uploaded. The game goes on.
Another US backed anti-China play. US customer of renowned integrity, Amazon, orders slave driver Taiwanese maker, Foxxcon, to "just do it!" in their Chinese factory, with 16yr old workers. And China's the culprit? Plus, China Labor Watch is NYC based "NGO", income sources not shown (NED?). Well, at least they didn't blame the Russians.
It's Business 101: Profit, profit and profit. A bit like Economics 101: This works perfectly if we exclude people.
Is it the psychological distance of corporations? We can't see our customers only our products so the products must be right.
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