Most of these terrorists are natives anyway. Like the guy who just tried it in London - born as Adrian Russell in Dartford before he changed his name, UK citizen from birth.
The terrorists are actually one step ahead here. They know it is dumb to try to sneak jihadists over borders, at least via legitimate means that pass through border security. Instead they prefer to radicalize vulnerable people already in the target countries, via social media.
It's probably not aimed at you. The advanced features will be of interest to corporations and celebrities who want tools to manage their social media profiles. Might even be as simple as priority support.
In the last one The Rock is in hospital with a broken arm. He sees a far off explosion out the window, and thinks "I've got to get in on that!"
He stands up, flexes his muscles to shatter the cast off his arm, takes a couple of aspirin for the pain, commandeers an ambulance, and drives it off a bridge onto a drone that is just emerging from the tunnel below. He then gets out of the wrecked ambulance, rips the minigun off the drone and starts shooting up the bad guys.
DNS66 for Android is a good option too. You need root to edit the hosts file, but DNS66 creates a local VPN instead so no root required. It's open source too.
The only defence we have is that if a CA was forced to issue a cert and it was discovered in the wild, it would destroy the CA. Well, that and certificate pinning for important sites. Even if a government did get a cert for google.com, Chrome would not accept it because the google.com cert is pinned.
Let's Encrypt doesn't verify identity, which is one of the major functions of the certificate system. The certs that Let's Encrypt offer are enough to enable HTTPS, but not to confirm the identity of the organization running the web site. Such a cert won't give you confidence that randombank.com is actually being run by Random Bank Inc.
Put another way, if you managed to register gooogle.com you could get a Let's Encrypt cert for it. What certificate authorities are supposed to do is verify that the person requesting the certificate is actually who they say they are, and refuse to offer a cert for "gooogle.com" that says it belongs to "Google Inc."
You can't really accuse YouTube of accepting the "SJW definition" of anything, because they have started restricting access to trans make-up advice videos and anything with the world "gay" in the title. They are getting a beating on Twitter for it but don't seem to be relenting.
If anything, it seems like they have taken the alt-right definition of "offensive".
Try adding the following to your router's domain block list:
You can now enjoy an ad-free YouTube experience on your TV/games console/phone/tablet.
It's worse than that. Kids looking for videos about transgender issues or homosexuality will find that they are now restricted. We are talking about really benign stuff like make-up tips for trans girls and support for victims of transphobic bullying at school.
Google has gone way too far.
Legal and socially acceptable, won't get you kicked out of the restaurant or attract abusive comments at the mall, are two entirely different things.
America also seems to have an obsession with toilet habits, particularly those of transgender people.
The new one looks awesome. The Rock wrestles a torpedo.
Employers who get value from permanent staff, who learn the job and build up skills/knowledge, are motivated to treat those people well. People who hire someone for a single gig and then never have to deal with them again are motivated to exploit them as much as possible.
More like norther European countries.
Your argument is the standard anti-socialist straw man. Pick the worst examples of extreme socialism, rather than the moderate (but still extreme by US standards) socialist countries where it works and which exceed the US in almost every metric that matters.
Plus you can throw the bag of popcorn away and enjoy the movie without the sickly sweet smell and rustling bag noises.
New York... when civilization falls apart, remember, we were way ahead of you. - David Letterman