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Comment: Re:So now AT&T is saying it's NOT a capacity p (Score 3, Insightful) 138

by HuckleCom (#39190787) Attached to: AT&T Should Be Investigated For 'Fraudulent' Data Policies, Says PK
The beauty of this is like so:


1. User pays same amount for 'capped' bandwidth regardless
2. "Developer" pays for their bandwidth - even though it doesn't really line the pockets of the user with any savings
3. "Developer" passes buck to users with higher prices/more ads.


Wham-bam, thank you ma'am.

Comment: Re:On no. 1 & 3: Never trust the client (Score 3, Informative) 265

by moberry (#37105458) Attached to: Hard Truths About HTML5
I try to work my web-apps in the MVC style -- or at least the "VC" style. The browser is the view, the only thing it gets sent is data to display. It is fairly simple to through a debugger up and see exactly how the server API works, but it's also fairly simple to ensure your API is only servicing valid requests and all data is being validdated/escaped/etc.

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