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Comment: Re:You do the crime, you do the time. (Score 5, Insightful) 576 576

You're missing the point. Brown is not apologizing for Britain having behaved *illegally*, or for having prosecuted Turing. The law was applied as written at the time (I'm assuming; I haven't checked). He's apologizing for Britain's treatment of Turing, period. The law was unjust, and the results horrific. Britain is recognizing this and doing the only thing it can at this point: express its regret.

Comment: Re:There's something very wrong here. (Score 1) 322 322

The problem is that CapitalOne's web server does not supply the certificate for the intermediate CA which issued the server's cert, so Firefox can't make a chain back to the root (which it does have). The reason it works in some other browsers, is that the web server cert itself contains a pointer to the needed certificate embedded in it; the browsers in which it works fetch the intermediate cert from there; Firefox simply doesn't do that. It actually works in the latest release of Firefox, as well.

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