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'I've Got Nothing to Hide' and Other Misunderstandings of Privacy -- Daniel J. Solove
I agree with your idea, but I honestly don't think the masses will go for it. If enough concerned people do, it could be worthwhile.
As a sidenote, your idea reminded me of rsync.net's privacy policies.
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Despite low desktop usage numbers after more than a decade in existence Linux folks continue to spew out features. Good for them but I still won't touch their product.
Only Win16 binaries require the ability to mmap low addresses, Win32 binaries do not. It is recommended that you test your application with the increase mmap_min_addr setting. If the application starts up without issue, then you should not need to remove the mmap_min_addr restriction.