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Comment: Re:Simple (Score 1) 110

by Oligonicella (#49502169) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: What Features Would You Like In a Search Engine?

False analogy. There's a huge difference between a personal assistant, who by definition *I* know personally, and a faceless business entity who I know not at all (read adversarial entity) scraping 'enough' information about me to presume it knows me sufficiently to second guess what I want and give me that instead of what I requested. Truthfully, why on earth would I trust such an entity?

That's the problem with hypotheticals. They don't reflect the reality we live in.

Comment: Re:Students + Anonimity (Score 1) 231

(in which case, accuser or accused, the least popular person is the one who suffers)

I notice you don't provide any stats to back up that bland assertion. The connection of a rape charge (even obliquely) is sufficient to ruin your life. A lot of the damage is done *prior* to being vindicated. Does the innocent party get reimbursed for the loss of time/freedom/property/job/friends/acquaintences? No. It's gone.

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