I did RTFA. I get many articles like this for peer-review. I would have insisted on many revisions in this paper. There are so many loose-ends.
We have cured cancer in thousands of mice, and we now realize that the mouse genome, and the human genome are vastly different. The mouse immune system is very different from that of man. They don't even have the same number of active toll-like receptors. We must start thinking much more carefully about translation from mouse to man, and ignore studies where translation is not specifically teased out...
If you read further you will see the words: " Although I have started using Tails."
Tails is most certainly is not Windoze. Now, as for Windoze not being secure, at least it is "the devil you know." It has had a decade of hardening. Unlike some of the Linuxes, which use the insecure UEFI for booting, Windoze uses legacy BIOS, which is better characterized for boot kits. There is a lot more to security than is obvious on the surface. If you were a security professional, you would understand that. Meanwhile, please just Google: "Tails Linux"
That app will most definitely be subject to regulation. I speak from personal knowledge
You need to differentiate between apps distributed in the USA and those elsewhere in the world. FDA only has control over the US of A. They will claim control (and to the best of my knowledge they have control) over the distribution of free-software (described by this final guidance) within the USA.
Yes, indeed, brrrr. It is tough dealing with these aching joints and dizzy spells...
However, IMO Science has been perverted by the advent of Internet publishing. This desire to ask everybody to "show me your source" and then calling their opinions "anecdotal" if they deign to take your suggestion, is indeed a relatively recent phenomenon, just in the last couple of decades. Maybe it is due to the over-availability of citations via the Internet, maybe not.
However, Schneier has fully established his own credibility. He doesn't need any stinkin' sources before drawing a conclusion. And we need to pay him some stinkin' respect... I certainly do...
Plus Thinkpads are still fully supported with Windoze XP drivers
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As Apple said in its opening to the jury - something like "Samsung doesn't deserve to have its patent claims heard because it didn't sue us before we sued them." So who was the aggressor, the instigator? In Apples own words it was Apple. There are real patents to be weighed here, both Samsung and Apple have valid claims. But Apple can't claim the rectangle shape with rounded corners. I have a Compaq IPAQ sitting here in front of me, predating Apple by years. And an Apple Newton. There is no way I, as a designer, would ever have considered in 2007 that Apple would dare to patent such a shape. Innovation is being stifled here. I have the Newton, but I will never buy another Apple product. Does that make me biased. Well, that can be argued, as well
No, Kim DotCom is accused of criminal conduct in order to get around laws like this. Don't rely on civil law to protect you from big brother.
I am very happy with my Logitech (at $99) and current GoogleTV software. I get free Amazon-Prime movies (end especially BBC comedies) as well as YouTube videos (recently watched all 3 hours of 'Triumph of the Nerds' with the whole family in the living room)...