I can't think of a single thing I see on youtube that I would pay even a penny for.
Any more that means the media have nothing else to scream about so trivial issues become "critical".
Medical devices are very stringently regulated by the FDA. The Apple Watch is a consumer device, end of discussion
... unless Apple applies to the FDA for approval of the device including it's manufacturing process and locations.
People do stuff. People watch other people do stuff. People write down what people are doing. People sell the information about what people are doing to other people. People build a business out of using lists of what people do. Someone notices. That someone has imagination, paranoia, a bit of delusion, a computer, the internet, access to an online discussion board, and marginal social skills. That person begins to write on blogs, forums and discussion boards using terms like privacy, government, big-brother, 1984, intrusion, surveillance, spying, and hackers. Other people respond making predictions, drawing ill-conceived conclusions, extrapolating wildly and exaggerating, trolling, and flame-baiting. And, nothing changes and none of the predictions come to pass. And, people do stuff
This, like so many articles, and commenters, there is a lot of confusion about the terms security, privacy, and secrecy, equating them as being the same thing. One thing they have in common is that they're each inversely proportional to convenience and violating one compounds the breach of the others.
Privacy - not a normal state of being for any living being. Secrecy - what the vast majority of people really want when they say they want privacy.
We all have them and Vint's agenda is good for Vint, and not much else.
Just recently there was a story about how up to 80% of all cancers were the result of random errors in cell replication and had no link to an environmental cause.
... the number of escapees was so small as to be undetectable." Until the undetectable escapees start multiplying and sudeenly they're detectable.
You have to take everyone's perspective into account. He wants all the info he can get, for free.
They thought Google+ and Glass were good ideas too.
Snail mail and land line phones were never secure, all it took was a search warrant/court order (really easy to get) and the police had it. Email is no different. All the ranting about the NSA and government intrusion just diverts from the fact that; 1) if you don't want anyone to hear what you say, don't say it. 2) if you don't want anyone to read what you write, don't write it down. The USA founding fathers lived with the knowledge that they would be held accountable for what they said and wrote, and today it's no different.
Who wastes their time watching the "lowest common denominator" garbage troweled out on TV?
"This is standard stuff" - like being a d*ck is ok because it's standard? The only thing standard about the 90-day notice is someone made it up. Can't imagine who lol. "Keep vulnerabilities out of the NSA toolkit" - your tinfoil beanie is slipping. This is just another case of a big tech company being a-holes just because they can be.
Hacked = CEO and CFO ran off with the money