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Comment The manufacturers of those devices should be... (Score 1) 108

... required to pay for all of the damages caused by their stupidity.

Seriously this could only work if you connected medical devices (incompetently) to a network. It could only work if you used some completely overcomplex operating system with far more features than you need.

Comment Some projects may actually have to much money (Score 1) 68

And Mozilla is probably one of the best examples. They used to make a browser, now they implement every miss feature they can find, from DRM over HTTP/2 to binary Javascript.
Instead of saying, "We want a simpler web", they just continue on with layer after layer of complexity, making it harder for competitors to write their own browsers.

Of course they also do great stuff like investing into codec research, however they more and more behave like any big company.

At the source of every error which is blamed on the computer you will find at least two human errors, including the error of blaming it on the computer.