Warnings are useless.
Very important point.
For a good explanation of why this is, Joel Spolsky's article back in 2000: "Designing for People Who Have Better Things To Do With Their Lives" summarised it down to "users don't read anything", and broke it down into three simple points:
What i don't get is how and why these people then tryto talk back to it.
We intuitively associate the machines with humanness... Even when we know we shouldn't:
Also: you get to feel like part of history if the social media flunky at the the other end of the feed decides to reply to your post.
Ericsson was a key provider of telecomunication equipment long before it was a mobile handset manufacturer - in the same way as Alcatel, Lucent and Nokia long provided back-end hardware. For all of them, handset production was a short-term dalliance in the late 90s and early 2000s, not the entire history of the company...
Go to https://www.youtube.com/html5 and click the "Request the html5 player" button.
Do you suffer painful illumination? -- Isaac Newton, "Optics"