The main problem for Google I suspect is the number of dickheads who would attempt to maliciously change the map if it was easy to do.
There is always someone to mess with a system that takes feedback just for laughs.
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Those blaming Capitalism are just typical ignorant Western-born never-seen an alternative lefties.
Any other system is exactly the same in terms of selfishness of people, especially those at the top. If you don’t believe me - check North Korea.
There is always “hatred” on Twitter. The difference is that Twitter now allows “hatred” from both sides, not just left-wing hatred like under its previous owners.
What those complaining about “hatred” dislike that it’s not just their “hatred” that is allowed.
Freedom of speech is the freedom of speech without repercussions.
Otherwise you have to argue that North Korea has freedom of speech as you can say anything you like but you get instant repercussion if the government finds what you say is “harmful”.
The issue in the text has nothing to do with keyless entry.
As for keyless entry the main vector of attack is relaying messages between the car and the key, making it look like the key is in a pocket of an attacker (when in reality it is inside the house). You can’t defend from it by introducing better encryption.
What a stupid text. Finding justification for yobs and trying to blame everyone but criminals. .
There is a library in Wrexham, just like in any U.K. city. It is about 200 yards from McDonald’s. But the idiots we are talking about have not read a book because they don’t want.
So the company is losing money with no prospect inside of fixing it, but the person who’s job is to ensure it does not and who is calling for something to be done is an “arsehole”?
Your hatred is not going to make things better and if people who work for the company do not produce what sells, they have to find another job.
A lot of today’s texts defending curbing freedom of speech, saying that “freedom is not absolute” and that there should be “responsibility for speech” are very much like the texts by Soviet propagandists circa 1980.
Effectively they repeat what every dictator’s propaganda said to explain why they were jailing opposition.
It depends. I usually have no problem reading other people’s code without comments in Java when I see a system for the first time provided it is well written. The average C code on the other hand is usually written in a way that requires comments.
But some people’s code is very difficult to read even if it is full of comments in any language.
Requiring to report vulnerability to local authorities in countries like China means that the local authorities can selectively ban reporting the vulnerabilities any further.
It is not an Anglo-Saxon legal system so you should not expect that people would report further until those in charge allow them.
When you talk about your political opponents “lies” fir which they should be cancelled, you are showing your own side dictatorial and anti-democratic tendencies.
How do you think all those dictatorships explain why they killed free press in their countries as not by using exactly the same argument as you do?
“ It's okay to be like that when it's an evening project”
No. If you decided to work on make your project Open Source, it is OK fir everyone, however rich they are, to get your work for free.
If you think otherwise, use a licence upfront that does not allow them doing it, don’t demand payment from people who you promised it is going to be free.
The only reason most of OSS projects were success was because they were free. By making someone paying for it you are being dishonest.
Both the craftsman and the artist are motivated by the same - money.
The difference is in bullshit the artist talks in order to earn more.
Rembrandt was a craftsman - people were asking him to paint because his pictures were almost like photographs when photography did not exist. The need for such craftsmen disappeared after invention and perfection of holography.