Tor is now shit, because the good people were chased away.
Complete bollocks. Name some of these "good people" who have left. The project founders and all the major technical contributors are still there, as well as many new ones.
Indeed. Methinks that there is a PsyOps campaign running to make people go to less secure alternatives. If you cannot break it, try to make everybody believe it is broken instead.
And in addition, the TOR project explains all the ways you can de-anonymize yourself by mistake while using TOR. One of this things is trusting an exit-node.
Actually, there is no evidence Tor is backdoored at all. The known attacks have all been explained nicely by verifiable vulnerabilities in other places and by entirely plausible user error. Seriously, stop spreading FUD.
You underestimate how bad the worst "programmers" are these days.
I do. You just do not realize how bad some "programmers" are these days.
It seems to be pretty much a big standard now, hence it will not be going away any time soon. And I do have the occasional statistical problem that would benefit from something like R. (I had an R tutorial a long time ago, so I have some idea about what it can do.)
More general, but just as valid. It is a good guiding principle.
However they currently try to game this. Obviously, they _are_ very much in fear of the citizens, why else all that spying and militarization of the police. Then they try propaganda to make the citizens believe there is nothing to fear. And on some, it seems to work.
The system did recognize the side of the trailer, it just though it was a traffic-sign higher up. Hence there is data to work with.
You are certainly right about that. The nice thing about C is that the really incompetent will not get their code to run at all and weed themselves out that way. In contrast, a bad Java coder (for example) will usually get things to work, but very badly so.
Well, C is "best" in the sense that it does not stand in your way. If you know what you are doing, that is very nice.
It does not help you much either, and for the semi-competent and incompetent masses of "programmers", that is a real problem.
Personally, I went back to C as main language a while ago after trying a number of alternatives. The only change is that I use Python as glue-code these days and withe the core-workers as C-implemented Python classes.
Looks like I have to have a go at R some time these days though.
Otherwise you have a full-blown Police State and that is far, far worse than almost any amount of unsolved crime. In a free state, the police must be severely limited in what it can do and must be kept at a level of power that allows them to reliably keep society functioning, but never above.
Ask Cortana. She probably knows all the best brands and how to apply them.
IOT trap -- core dumped