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Comment Re: this malware is less evil (Score 1, Insightful) 118

you can certainly scan the disk for deleted files and recover your data.

...says somebody who never actually tried it in real life.

Let me come over to your house and delete your files, then video you as you try to get them back.

Even better, let's copy the files to a folder and delete them there then watch you try to recover them. No harm, done, right?

Comment Re:I'm not a company (Score 1) 208

I think there might actually be a third option: Take responsibility, be a parent.

Sure, whatever. Just realize that your kid will have friends and the chance of all their parents being tech-savvy enough to block porn is slim to none.

Sheesh. The derp is strong in this one.

Who said anything about blocking anything or trying to hide anything?

"Being a parent" means preparing your children for the world. The real world. The one real people live in.

If that world is full of porn then let them see it (but also tell them it's mostly about as realistic as any other fantasy movie).

Comment Re:I'm not a company (Score 4, Insightful) 208

Ummm.... this horse has already bolted.

The Internet is built on porn. Nothing she can possibly do will change that.

"There are two sound ways to ensure that children are not exposed to dangerous or disturbing content," she argued....

I think there might actually be a third option: Take responsibility, be a parent.

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