Thats the start of the problem. People control the software. Like with guns, is people that is the one that kills, abuse, take advantage or use it for their own ends, giving them more tools to control our life is letting not only the saint, pure and morally perfect and responsible ones to do so, but all of them, at all levels. People is not perfect, either the one that decides what the software should do, the ones that actually does that, or the ones that in the end have the capabilities to control them, and in that way, you. You know how police can behave already, give them and people in higher more control, and that won't stop them to misbehave, just give them new ways to do it, with more broad impact and the possibility of doing it without consequences nor leaving a trace.
And if not bad enough the people with their own interests, biases and corruption in the "right" side of the controlling that software, it is not perfect, and you have vulnerabilities, design faults, leaks and plain idiocy at the hour of deciding who can control that software that could let not authorized people to do that control too. And they can do pretty bad misuses too.
And you are in the center of it, not knowing, not having a warning, not having any possibility of control, In some moment shit will happen because of this and you will be dead, without savings or property, working as a slave or maybe worse consequences. And maybe, not even realizing that all of that already happened.
The original story was a books for childs that started with "In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit" and kept being childish most of the way. This movie? "Die Hard: Dwarfs edition", deserving a PG-13 or R rating for violence and mass slaughtering. It was like watching the porn version of Cindirella. The basic elements were there, but is not the same.
Anyway, may worth to see the CGI work.
Better yet, try to discern by voice something like "Allá se halla la aya, bajo aquella haya"
In spanish most of those words sounds pretty much alike, and in some cases have several different meanings.
Docker is not just containers, but image/container fs management is a key element too. Union fs with copy-on-write makes a big difference against traditional containers. And the image ecosystem, the easy creation with dockerfiles and a good api/powerful cmdline command are pretty important elements too.
Other containers technologies could learn/adapt that other docker ideas, and even VMs could get a bit closer to them. No matter if Docker is the dominant implementation there in the future or not, with those core ideas we all will win.
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You misspelled Backdoor. We know how riddled with backdoors, default/fixed passwords, vulnerabilities that never gets fixed and so on are typical consumer embedded devices. And we know how pushy are governments forcing manufacturers to include their backdoors, or to use weak encryption standards, to make them hackeable at will (even assuming good will of the main/components manufacturers, that are not all saints).
What possibly could go wrong?