No the users of Facebook are the dense ones.
Shut your phone off and pay cash... you fucking sheep.
Will be to tell everyone about the uber elite, super scary NK hacking force, or we are sending you back.
It was founded by young investment bankers Joseph Park and Yong Kang in March 1998 in New York City, and was out of business by April 2001. The company is often referred to as an example of the dot-com bubble.
I wonder if the author knows them.
Of course as I stated "using lies to encourage imagination" and offered up encouraging imagination via things that are real, like the wonder of nature, science, etc.
See how soft your brain is? All those lies you were told.
Your translation is incorrect.
I was thinking more along the lines of encouraging wonder in things that are real, like Nature that sort of thing, skepticism comes natural when dealing with other humans.
Look at who took over 10 years ago, shit always goes down hill when that ilk takes over.
Not only that but pseudo president Obama can use it to further the "safety" of the Internet translation: remove more speech rights, increase corporate control, and increase surveillance.
To remind you how scummy Sony is.
The Sony BMG CD copy protection rootkit scandal of 2005–2007 concerns deceptive, illegal, and potentially harmful copy protection measures implemented by Sony BMG on about 22 million CDs. When inserted into a computer, the CDs installed one of two pieces of software which provided a form of digital rights management (DRM) by modifying the operating system to interfere with CD copying. Both programs could not be easily uninstalled, and they created vulnerabilities that were exploited by unrelated malware. Sony claims this was unintentional. One of the programs installed even if the user refused its EULA, and it "phoned home" with reports on the user's private listening habits; the other was not mentioned in the EULA at all, contained code from several pieces of open-source software in an apparent infringement of copyright, and configured the operating system to hide the software's existence, leading to both programs being classified as rootkits.
Sony BMG initially denied that the rootkits were harmful. It then released, for one of the programs, an "uninstaller" that only un-hid the program, installed additional software which could not be easily removed, collected an email address from the user, and introduced further security vulnerabilities.=====
they could have built in a way to bypass the normal update mechanism altogether or hide it in a Trojan horse.
What makes you think they haven't?
Why do you trust them?
Dependability should be deniability.
Interesting there is no correct spelling offered for "deniability" even though it's underlined.
Lately I've been wondering why we lie to our children, why the "real life" magic of science and Nature isn't told to them instead, in fact I feel that telling them lies and fairytales from an early age softens their brains up for religion/propaganda later.
Though I can't prove that, the idea interest me, so anyone have a rational reason (encouraging imagination will not be accepted) to tell their children lies like Santa Claus and the rest of the standard fairytales?
For trust to enter into your relationship with Apple shows how poorly you approach the relationship, that's why there are business contracts, that's why there are warranties, because "trust" should never be an issue that needs discussing, for the simple reason they can not be trusted without their having a sense of "loss of profit".
Your "dissatisfaction" wouldn't enter into it if they thought they could continue to make money.
You trust people you know face to face, you do not trust a corporation with a history of poor security, slave labor, financial fraud, tax evasion, personal data accumulation of customers for resell and customer manipulation, and interaction with governmental agencies that is ethically dubious at best.
Why would they ever have *your* best interest at heart? After everything I've mentioned above, that can easily be Googled and verified, it should be very clear they do not have your best interest at heart.
They have your money at heart.
Apple is trusted by its customers
Why? Why would you ever trust a company like Apple, or for that matter Google or Microsoft, why is trust even on the table?
Because the truth is you simply can not trust these corporations, they have shown that multiple times.