They're the most current available...
You don't fix bad data with software. You just express how you're going to make due with what you have.
You carry personal computers everywhere you go. It's not a matter of capacity, but collective will.
The planet where the elite want you to talk about chasing the wrong dream, and I'm fighting against that influence in every debate on this subject.
Am I the only one who thinks this is cool as hell, and wants this made open access for all?
Why is it ALWAYS with the fear mongering about the privacy you already don't have, and no one ever talks about the better decisions we could be making if everyone knew what the elite already know?
Sensor networks are interesting for their potential to tell us things we'd never think to ask. About ourselves.
Quit trying to hide like cowards and chase the power to watch the watchers, you mis'rble bastards!
They want to allow people to be reassured that they have "enough" privacy by giving them tools that will protect them from other end users learning their secrets, whatever they've decided those secrets should be.
Their saleable advantage is that they can let people manipulate you. They've been using mass analysis of mail as a way to better do that since their mail services were invite only.
They want you to be satisfied with them not just invading your privacy, not just manipulating you with what they learn, but manipulating you for anyone who wants to pay.
But don't worry, your data is secure in transit!
Saving money for a rainy day is hard. Giving everything you have and will have to your kids is easy. Wasteful greed is an immature trait that is not lost at 5, 16, 25 or 60. It's lost after you become a parent. People who don't have children ARE NOT ADULTS, ever. Irresponsible to count their vote as though they were.
You missed the important part, about only utilizing doctors as a tool in a critical situation, as opposed to trusting them to dictate what is wise, you ignorant, overeducated, overspecialized, codependent urban freak.
Don't forget the fishing net
Let me be the first.
I don't trust the medical industry. They sell things that are harmful. They promote things that are non optimal because the optimal choice is generic. They publish non replicable research most of the time to promote their careers. They hide mistakes with out of court settlements and non disclosure agreements. They cut corners to drive up profits. They serve money, which means serving the interests of the aging boomer population, whose interests conflict with mine. And, they are wrong all the fucking time.
I trust them to treat a critical situation when they're the best available option at that time, using tried and true methods. I don't trust them to inject drugs containing heavy metals and viruses into the whole population for x dollars a pop.
Some guy was ranting about getting a pound of flesh from people who don't vaccine. The problem is attributable to excessive population density, allowing the diseases to spread more rapidly than they sicken, and preventing people from avoiding the ill. Wanna keep concentrating in cities, using industrial farming and wasting ridiculous amounts of energy, despite all the warnings? That's OK. There's a disease for that.
I believe it because I had it, loved it, had it taken from me, long for it, hate the person I become without it, and wish I could wreck terrible vengeance on everyone who participates in the vile social system that thought it acceptable to take it from me.
I used to be such a nice guy to be around...
Is that going to continue to work if they are disabling the installed extensions retroactively? If it's not part of the update process now, it could be down the road.