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Comment: The real reason (Score 1) 495

by dugeen (#37465614) Attached to: Mozilla Contemplating Five Week Release Cycle
If FF is losing users it's for two reasons: they break existing functionality with every release, and they're unresponsive to bug reports. Having two drones reply to every report with unrelated cut-and-paste from the documentation, then marking the report as solved, does not count as a constructive response.

Comment: Sauce for the goose (Score 1) 122

by dugeen (#37324536) Attached to: Russia Wanted To Shut YouTube Down For Piracy
No doubt the oligarchs have seen what an effective tool false copyright infringement claims have been in the civilised world - a no-trial, no-evidence way of cutting off websites that displease the authorities - and are keen to use them to give their future repressive moves a veneer of legality.

Comment: Evidence (Score 1) 141

by dugeen (#37313748) Attached to: .UK Registrar Offers To Let Police Close Domain
SOCA (or their successors) clearly seeking to expand their powers to punish people without evidence. New Labour laws have already made it possible for them to 'seize' money unless the owner can prove that they came by it honestly - this can be authorised by a court without any evidence other than the unsupported word of SOCA personnel.

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