I mean, I know
I mean, I know
Oh, and the solution to the problem? Ban radio scanners. You know.... 'cos then bad people won't use them, what with them being illegal.
* Some details may be inaccurate as this is from memory.
Cameron's real problem is that he doesn't understand anything...
Can I just stop you there.
The funny part is that Muhammad (pork be upon him) is idolized to a degree that would make a North Korean blush.
Actions speak louder than words, and regardless of claims to the contrary, Muslims worship their golden calf almost as much as the devil he spoke for.
IMHO that's one of the saddest things about the whole "no depictions" thing... the fact that the people who are most vocal about it, are the ones who have apparently, entirely failed to understand the intent behind this hadith.
It's almost like... they're just total psychopaths or something.
I really hope the "main stream" muslim community can use this as a reason to clarify some of this shit, because it strikes me that there's a fuck of a lot of self-appointed clerics who are really not doing anything useful; just stirring up hatred.
*FYI - I'm not a muslim! Apologies for any errors.
But I agree it's them (Apple) and everyone else who is to blame. The investigation is _perhaps_ unfair in that it doesn't even mention other manufacturers, but I don't think it's unreasonable to at least start with Apple. Maybe they're investigating them alphabetically?!
Encryption has a cost, it isn't free. It increases CPU utilisation and power consumption. It interferes with caching and reduces network efficiency.
This. Therefore it also uses more energy and is worse for the environment!
I kind of get why Google engineers might think this is a good idea, but the problem is that there's so many sites that don't use or need encryption, that this won't change. And as a result, lots of users will be getting told that site xyz is insecure, when it isn't... and they'll use it anyway.... thus entirely negating the benefit of changing the browser in the first place.
If the vast majority of websites were encrypted, then I could see the logic, but as-is, I'd say....
This is a dumb idea. A very dumb idea.