i am sure, you have some sources, reviews or opionions from users to back this?
Their logging policy says the opposite.
nothing new. there are even hacks to have ssh and ssl on the same port.
Chrome OS is GNU/Linux
not enough sources -> put a questionmark after the headline.
Betteridges Law of Headlines finally proven wrong?
i europe you cannot void the warranty by rooting.
And you cannot trust the ROM. And you cannot trust google. And you cannot trust debian.
Go, realize that you're always trusting someone, as long as you're not flipping bits to code your own OS. And then you're trusting the hardware.
I think its to have something against apple/google to encrypt phones by default. They cannot block you from providing secure TLS on your website, but they can force companies to implement a backdoor in their hardware encryption.
he can say it as often as he wants to. Free speech and so.
He can compare it to whatever he wants and mark fields with red for other tools and green for his tool.
We do not need to give a fuck.
Its SystemV vs. SystemD. Isn't it obvious?
Why not air as default?
Imagine a system, where you have 1 GB of RAM full of data. you send it to two peers, which discard their storage and store your data. Everyone does it, every new member can inject up to 1 GB. The data is most the time on the network and some time in the RAM of different nodes.
This is called Betteridge's law.
There may be other reasons. Like my passphrase had 30 chars and was on a piece of paper, which i flushed down the toilet just a minute ago.