BSD confirmed Netcraft is dead.
BSD confirmed Netcraft is dead.
If their "mission" is openness - and the info is that damning - shouldn't they be publishing it? I mean, isn't that sort of the point of Wikileaks? Or just attention whoring?
Or they are worried about responsible disclosure?
It is one thing to show the USA is spying. It is another thing to provide names e description of the spies themselves.
It was more than that. It was the books being replaced by the people own volition. The people allowed it, let it happen, and even condoned it. Which one could argued it exactly what is happening.
451... Nice... Ray Bradbury would be proud
And that is exactly the problem.
Say, if you were having a heart attack, would you want to be taken to the best mechanical engineer of the world?
People get to the top because they are have political smart.
Neither. 3) Partial panopticians do not work much better than minimal surveillance, and no matter how hard or diligently people work to stop destructive assholes, a few are always going to slip through. Honestly, the effectiveness of even a hypothetical full panopticon is dubious.
You do not need these hyperbolic, extreme scenarios to explain reality.
^^^^^^^ Stupidity and Incompetence. Your #3 is just an extrapolation of my #2.
They needed the Boston bombing to justify the surveillance. They probably let it happen just like they let happen the 9/11 attacks.
Which is more likely:
1) They are evil and secretly let these attacks happen, which could costs the lives of people they know and people from their families (something can always go wrong...)
2) They are stupid and incompetent
This has nothing to do with encryption, and has everything with software you can't audit and verify yourself is secure.
I mean, do you really think it is that unlikely there are backdoors and/or monitoring hooks in your Cisco router? Or your Linksys AP? Or whatever?
The moment you trust blindly, be it the government or companies in a position to be influenced by others, you are putting yourself at risk.
Saying this is a cryptography issue, and not a "blackbox" issue, makes me wonder about ulterior motives...
I'm conducting a "highly" scientific study of my own.
Please reply here if you are surprised by these news...
Keeping in mind; temporarily banned.(...)
It can only be temporary. (...)
Yeah, just like the copyright is temporary... What is it these days, 50 years AFTER the death of the creator? I stopped checking because, for all practical purposes, you can just consider it "forever" and it will work...
It'll only block cults that are too small to sue in retaliation.
Or to buy and have their own Members of Parliament...
And the practical reason for this is what, exactly?
Do the doctor can tell them they shouldn't have done, something they already did, and already know shouldn't have?
Maybe, just maybe, HMO and insurance companies could benefit from this but, the person? How exactly?
As an Exchange administrator, I can say that searching across an entire mail database is absolutely possible, and also very simple to do from the Management Shell. They're either lying, or just don't want to do it.
It is also possible on Notes, any Unix mailbox format (maildir, mbox, maildir+, w/e), and any other e-mail system I can think of.
Yeah. Don't forget to stop vaccinating children also, while you are at that.
No, of course not. I mean, if such possibility existed, even remotely, they wouldn't do it, right? It is not like people have a history of exploiting this kind of dumb shit.
The only real question left is: how can people be this stupid?
The sooner you fall behind, the more time you have to catch up.