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Comment: Re:Detect Sarcasm???? (Score 1) 213

by maharvey (#47166581) Attached to: US Secret Service Wants To Identify Snark

Yes, this is exactly what I was wondering. WHY?

If political speech is protected, why exactly are they tracking it? Why is it important to identify the ringleaders of popular opinion? Isn't it a waste of effort to track something you're not theoretically allowed to use?

This raises all sorts of red flags.

+ - Electric Neutrality: An Alternative Perspective on Net Neutrality

Submitted by Bob9113
Bob9113 (14996) writes "I have been trying to frame Net Neutrality to explain it to a broader audience. I have been comparing it to the shipping carrier networks, but that works best with people who already understand common carrier and how it relates to physical carriage. A couple days ago, I thought of a different service to compare it to, and it is proving much easier to explain to people who are less familiar with limited competition networks. I created a YouTube video that explores how electricity network neutrality is critical to protecting the free market in electric appliances."

Comment: Re:Is Diffie Hellman at risk? (Score 2) 114

No of course not. Ignorance is considered irresponsible, foolish, and lazy unless you're a neophyte. And while faith is desirable, faith is best based on knowledge, experience, and reason. Faith which cannot be defended by reason or evidence is considered weak and shaky, but better than no faith at all. Sharing evidences of what you have faith in is a very popular activity and is considered healthy and encouraging for all.

People seriously believe that?

The person who makes no mistakes does not usually make anything.