A quick fix that would get 99.9% of us out of people's pics, if the User-Agent string is something unique to the frames. This would only allow HTTP requests from frames, not from desktop browsers. Yes, we can change our user agent string on the desktop browser to match, but like I say - 99.9% of people wouldn't know how.
Do we really need to do it again?
Now THAT is friggin creepy. Nice horror-movie choir for the soundtrack, nice all-white surroundings with no windows or doors. Nightmare material.
My consumer reaction to this ad:
Definitely needs follow-up ads with more pertinent info.
My twins' cord blood is banked at CBR (www.cordblood.com). As long as we refer someone each year, we can get our storage fees waived for the year. We find it pretty easy each year to find a pregnant friend that wants to do this.
I see the knee-jerk "RACISM" response has been invoked in most of you. None of you were there, and no one knows exactly what happened except the people directly involved. How can you immediately condemn the airline for their actions without having first-hand knowledge of what was seen, said or done?
There are many many other things airline staff would find "suspicious" other than the color of their skin - maybe they were whispering to each other, maybe they had no baggage, maybe they were sweating a lot, etc. We just don't know.
Don't immediately assume it was their race or religion that got them kicked off the plane.
"Virtual" means never knowing where your next byte is coming from.