if the government can compel companies to do business with people they don't want to, how long will it be before the people are compelled to do business with companies they don't want to?
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physical access = game over. when this can be spread remotely, then I'll start freaking out.
shortly after their human friend dies.
But are we really facing a world where backyard bunker-builders are manufacturing their own gun components?
That world already exists in the USA. building a gun yourself from scratch is legal and requires no registration. of course you can't sell that gun. unless you take it to a gun buy back. a few people recently hosed gun buy backs for thousands of dollars with parts bought at a hardware store.
The act of breaking into a computer system has to have the same social stigma as breaking into a neighbor's house. It should not matter that the neighbor's door is unlocked.
Even 1984 that was a pipe dream.
I can only choose "no" once.
before ze germans get there.
I had wondered why the digital river isos were taken down.
and with a brand name like generic it must be good.
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the problem is that for many, if not most, an alternative to init was neither needed nor desired. if anything systemd is taking talent away from developing your precious drivers in order to develop a solution looking for a problem.
slackware users are saying "what's all this then?"
if you don't like it don't watch.
it is poor taste to post it and it gives the bad guys what they want, but that is how free speech works. the price of free speech is that you even so often are forced to choose whether or not to hear or see something you don't like.
there's a reason this 3000 year old technology was abandoned when a/c became cheap enough.
maybe its good maybe its bad, but when bureaucracy is involved there is no such thing as one time.