Begs the question, who is behind this? I mean, DSK was French politics, but I can't figure out who here draws that kind of attention and money.
Oblig GF3 Quote:
*All the universes must sail in the same direction*
It's all in your head, so to speak... There's a reason for everything. And personally I'm scared of the drugs they toss out like candy and waiting a few months to see what happens. They give out anti-psychotics when you might need antibiotics. A true shot in the dark this business, and the doctor's name is Clouseau.
You only gotta vote 'em out. I can't force you. The choice is always your own.
I'm only waiting to see if this voting thing ever works out.
You hardly have to sacrifice anything. Just cut out the corruption and waste. We throw away more than half of what we make.
T-shirts and action figures. Keep them in the box, and your grandkids might get something for them on eBay.
Try to put 500 people into one of those!
This is nothing like 'the sky is falling' routine. And you never heard me say to surrender. It is only a point of information to act on. It's a simple fact that you are being tracked. And certificates still require a third party. And to me, a self signed certificate is a cookie. To be verified requires that you identify yourself. You can't be anonymous and certified/verified at the same time, unless it's a one-time cert. My only recommendation is to develop something better, not to give up.
Hey, if you got a buyer...
that's called corruption
No, it's not. It's called business. That is what government serves. It would be nice if the government served the general population, but nobody demands it. 98% of the voters find the present situation perfectly acceptable. If there is any corruption, it is in the home of those people, nowhere else.
no government is needed to create it.
Unless they have their own army, that's bullshit. A government is needed to enforce their exclusive claims over resources. This is why government primarily serves the businesses that set it up. It is pretty basic.
There is no such thing as 'opt in'. That is a total fantasy. Your traffic is always being tracked by cookies, government spies, whatever. Even https exists to serve this purpose. Certificates are just another cookie.
Settings and everything? Let us know if that really works.. I have an old Galaxy Nexus I want to keep alive as long as possible, waiting for the storage to kick the bucket at any moment.