But not world beating. ;)
19 posts • joined 25 Feb 2020
Facebook posts job ad for 10,000 'high-skilled' roles to 'build the metaverse' – and they'll all be based in the EU
Apple sued in nightmare case involving teen wrongly accused of shoplifting, driver's permit used by impostor, and unreliable facial-rec tech
The stolen temporary permit did not contain a photo. It's quite reasonable that a document without a photo isn't a valid ID. They deleted the video footage of the thefts. What would normally be considered vital evidence. They did claim that he was the person in the video. They claimed this multiple times.
UK's National Cyber Security Centre recommends password generation idea suggested by El Reg commenter
Feature bloat: Psychology boffins find people tend to add elements to solve a problem rather than take things away
Loser Trump is no longer useful to Twitter, entire account deleted over fears he'll whip up more mayhem
America says banks can now transact using so-called stable crypto-coins. What does that actually mean?
UK's 'minimum viable product' for Brexit transit software will not be ready until December, leaving no time for testing
Now that's a Finnish-ing move: Finland offers free 90-day tryout of Helsinki tech scene with childcare thrown in
With less than two months left, let's check in on Brexit: All IT systems are up and running and ready to go, says no one
Re: Free market failure
You're confusing the provision of equipment with the provision of a network service. He's talking about market failure in the provision of equipment not in the provision of a network. A limited number of vendors is a sign of market failure in what ought to be a free market. Networks on the other hand are natural monopolies so we don't expect to see many.
Furthermore, these are examples not definitions and they are examples of capitalism but not of free markets.