See why hardware manufacturers might not want to do this?
Do what? I am not sure what you are referring to.
Given the disastrous ramifications of not changing the default passwords, IoT devices should be little more than bricks until the default password is changed to something better.
... and also impacts winters in the northeast USA.
Something similar happened to my Verizon account. Verizon does not appear to have a high level of account security.
A few years ago, I got a network request from the college-bound daughter of a client of mine. I thought, "Oh that's nice. She's starting early to build her professional network." So I clicked the acknowledgement. I then got a message stating something like, "Great! We'll notify her that you are interested in joining her network!"...
That happened to me. Once. Then I was on to LinkedIn's egregious tactics. It is when I started to become suspicious of LinkedIn and what they were using my data for. Now that Microsoft (and Windows 10 data harvesting) owns LinkedIn, there is no way I'm going to increase my involvement there. Indeed, as I mentioned earlier, I'm decreasing my involvement.
... has just wasted all of our time...
My apologies for my error. I should have asked: Isn't that the dying operating system company?
Then the performer asks people to not record. How hard is that? Heck, it's what they do at movie theatres.
Recording at the movie theater is more obvious because the recording device needs to have line of sight to the screen. No such requirement to record audio at a concert.
Once again I'll say, if you don't like the policy, don't go to the performance.
..."If you don't want your music heard, then don't perform it."...
The performer does want the music heard, the performer does not want the music recorded. See the difference?
The solution to this is simple. If you are unable or unwilling to enjoy the performance under the guidelines set by the performer, then do not go to the performance.
See how simple that is.
Greenland is huge and almost unpopulated. If it weren't covered in ice...
Global warming is changing that, that is what this article is about.
A language that doesn't have everything is actually easier to program in than some that do. -- Dennis M. Ritchie