Why our corporate security department has banned chrome and only allows Intenet Exploder and firefox -- because of "Security"!
// They also insist on McAfee, Altiris and other crappy software, so Firefox fits right in!
Something being open source has never, ever meant that it is more secure. That is a myth propagated by open source zealots. Open source only means that, the source can be viewed, and most likely changed, by anyone. Open source zealots assume that means it is rigorously vetted by security experts to find any flaws and fix them, which is a huge assumption that mostly likely is not true for most projects.
Whatever happened to live and let live?
That is not a thing in fundamentalist religious nations.
When did that happen?
Oh, they mean rainbows? Right!
TFA: "In medieval Dutch villages, with little through traffic, it can work well and pedestrians and cyclists can interact with drivers," Mr King said.
Nowadays those kind of interactions usually wind up in the hospital and/or the morgue!,
I hate what it has done to the industry in terms of advertising/abuse.
Computer programmers do it byte by byte.