That's a very good idea. Something like PCI requirements, but for personal information.
If an AI is sufficiently advanced as to be distinguished from a human, does it have a right to not stare at people's goatses?
Can you imagine being the QA for that AI? Or even the developer tasked with developing that AI?
"What do you do all day?"
"Oh, I find pictures of people taking shits and feed it to my AI".
This should come at no surprise to any one. They have a vested interest in maintaining the status quo. Of course they're going to panic when they see control of the distribution channels slip away from them. What these idiots don't understand is that if they adjusted their business model, they could make a decent amount of money with current technology. Maybe that's why they're idiots.
I'm sure they'll come up with some bullshit argument as to how this is "stifling competition". That seems to their answer for everything. Kind of like "OMG TERRORISTS!".
Agreed. Personally I think IE9 is pretty good. But people in general are happier about an FF release and skeptical/cynical about an IE9 release. It's because MS has more to prove.
China is still in the year 1984. The censoring of the word "freedom" is very telling. It perfectly sums up what the Communist Party in China is all about; suppressing individual liberty. They are the boot stamping on a human face. I hope China is able to move out from under the shadow of Big Brother in the coming decades
FF has a better history of adhering to standards than IE. IE also came from a company that went out of its way to try and dominate the web with its proprietary technology and almost succeeded. Some (if not much) cynicism is warranted.
Goddammit. Wrong story.
This sucks. Really sucks. I've been a T-Mobile customer since 2002 and I've enjoyed their great customer service. They've rarely screwed me over. I'm not looking forward to dealing with AT&T's douchebaggery. I'm going to jump ship as soon as I can.
Sprint or Verizon? How do they compare to T-Mobile?
"Consider a spherical bear, in simple harmonic motion..." -- Professor in the UCB physics department