it will cause the car to brake without the driver anticipating it. That will cause more accidents than speeding. Plus, a car that breaks hard when there's nothing in front of it will surprise other drivers and cause a number of accidents as well.
Implementing this will increase, not decrease traffic fatalities.
You really have to be the dumbest person in this entire thread.
There already exist limiters in commercial vehicles. These vehicles go down hills. Do you honestly think they apply the fucking brakes when the car exceeds the programmed speed?! I'll give you a little clue: NO, BECAUSE THAT WOULD BE FUCKING STUPID.
If you do not have physical control of the device, you cannot know whether that web page it is showing is actually the login page for your email provider or a false front that logs into your email provider with your credentials, passes the data through to the screen, and waits for you to walk away so it can forward the contents of your inbox to Croatia.
And what about TLS and certificates? Did you forget that encryption (when implemented correctly) is mathematically sound?
The article seems to imply that this might be the beginning of the end for the rampant abuse of unpaid internships.
Nice summary. Obviously the OP has never heard of a good internship experience.
Missed Windows ME. Wonder if that was 4.1
Those are NT version numbers. Windows ME was not an NT-based operating system (it was the same as 95/98).