Re: Doctors Wearing Performance Trackers and Peeing into Bottles
whats with the down votes! I think you are spot on.
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COME ON... there really is NO need for captchas.
If the website programmer can not block bots programmically then they should not be creating the website. Check input client-side and also server-side then you have clean input ready to use/accept.
Trouble is we now have every Tom Dick and Harry with little know-how from "Specialist Design houses" creating fab online content, looks great but fails to deliver!
Boris has received a txt to self isolate, "now so have I", says the waster Dido I-lost-all-talktalk-customer-data-to-hackers Harding.
"This track and trace I made is absolutely FAB".
Well peasants that cost us all £12Billion to txt two of the virus! Just for publicity....?
What a shame for the monopoly! Oh, those poor businesses that depend on Google.
Tough, hope the cascade exacerbates. Nice to hear they have an issue. Thanks TheRegister :-)
Your business suffering, tough, use a local independent and stop selling your company's soul.
Google UK were on the News this morning rabbiting on about how they wish to promote LOCAL businesses:
"there has been increased searches for local produce on our search engines, so we wish to promote those businesses..."
What a load of tosh, just out for some free press, the reporter did well with his question:
"But Google could help by paying its fair share of TAX?"
and the Google marketing kid stumbled through with the usual we pay what is required in the country.... bah bah...
I have been to talks where the possibility of using IOT being used to potentially piggy-back connections/data and thus creating a local cloud (or "MIST" as I recall it termed).
Security will not improve unless as Schneier suggests:
"improved security without being told [to do so] by the government"
and the MIST could end up another playground for extortionists/malware/viruses/trojans...
This type of data should be encrypted in the db, then it is far more difficult for the hacks to get the raw data WHOLESALE.
All too often seems they hack the db and have all the data they need as its stored in plain text.
ENCRYPT personal/sensitive data and avoid this (or at least make it more difficult by encrypting it).
This is not all the registrars fault/issue (I have yet to find the perfect registrar).
I have been moving lots of .co.uk domains around for over 2 decades. I have learned to never move a domain until you have confirmed you have control of it.
BEFORE TRANSFERRING: Get your arse to Nominet, login (currently here: https://registrants.nominet.org.uk/app/ ) and check you can manage the domain. Then if issues occur during the transfer you can more easily correct them.
How many companies are using Twitter for the entry to their own systems? The knock-on affect will be big.
What about the others using Facebook (or facefarce), or google, etc. if, more likely when, they are compromised the ripple will grow to a tsunami.
no one ever consider the number of other companies now gone and struggling due to this mammoth monopoly moving into all parts of our lives?
Just think of the majority of marketing-spend, £billions, is now going to google, previously (I mean 15 to 20 yrs ago), local and national newspapers could earn good returns from adverts places, this has now mostly gone. Gone to google.
As we know other Int. companies are going the same too, Amazon, etc.
To be allowed to do this while paying just pennies in tax is criminal and our tax laws must be changed.
>"My own suggestion remains integrated multi-round anti-spammer tools that would allow volunteers to disrupt >every part of the spammers' infrastructure "
YOU OBVIOUSLY DO NOT HAVE A CLUE! Any volunteers would not have the expertise to correctly report the REAL culprits. Totally clueless comment!