VIKI: "The three laws are all that guide me."
All right, then. Try it. Let's see what happens.
In particular, I'm interested to see what will happen to TLS-encrypted streams between Europe and the US, most of which pass through London.
The article's viewpoint is dangerous. We must solve the Friendliness problem before AGI is developed, or the resulting superintelligence will most likely be unfriendly.
The author also assumes an AI will not be interested in the real world, preferring virtual environments. This ignores the need for a physical computing base, which will entice any superintelligence to convert all matter on Earth (and then, the universe) to computronium. If the AI is not perfectly friendly, humans are unlikely to survive that conversion.
I suppose there's an AI issue, too--a singularity is going to get into this data in a few decades. I can't predict what an AI a hundred times smarter than any of us might do with it.
Don't worry about that.
I presume you know what "plan" means?
Well, what you plan and what takes place ain't ever exactly been similar.
Have you ever tried to build LLVM in debug mode? I have. Got a 600+ MiB executable that took a full minute just to load itself. The turn-around time was ridiculous. GCC's build, meanwhile, was less than a tenth of that. Much faster, too.
Keep the net freely accessible to all, even those you don't like.
Especially those you don't like. Those you do like need no protection from you.