It's a simple enough rule of thumb, if you wouldn't say it in real life to someones face, then don't say it online behind a shield of anonymity.
It's not *that* big a deal. We've been using Rackspace CDN solution, and they allow you to set "Access-Control-Allow-Origin:*". After that it's just a matter of enabling CORS in your AJAX, which is one line of jQuery. Then you can fetch data from anywhere without your browser croaking.
Which is total bollocks if the encryption key is on the same machine. A computer that is rooted is no longer secure, any data that can be decrypted locally is the same as if it was plaintext anyway.
At a time when developers should be writing stuff that works across any browser (HTML5, CSS, JS), Chrome is trying to divide the web again with things that "only work" in their browser.
"Tits or GTFO".
Anyone using GNU HURD?
Because having the decryption keys on the very same machine is SO MUCH SAFER !!!
Adobe have source code for a Time Machine ?
Torvalds said no while nodding his head yes is a JOKE people, not a fucking admission. Please, save the tinfoil paranoia for Reddit, and keep the serious tech discussions here.