No back when it was sold it was very much matured and had a lot of pirated content.
Maybe it did, but until Google started paying the bandwidth bills, you couldn't get it OUT.
-Full of bugs
-Stopped after a while.
Sounds like my players!
I switched nearly 2 years ago and I can tell you its really good
Quantify "really good" for compsci nerds.
How many security updates have Pale Moon Devs done since "2 years ago"? The internet seems to unfortunately be a moving target. You'd think they'd run out of bugs eventually =-)
I ask these questions as someone who has frozen at an earlier FF (51?) on my personal desktop, and doesn't bother with it at all for work development, and is saddened by it.
I just don't think the Pale Moon team has the manpower to keep up.
(Sorry for the delay; I don't let
The internet created a false expectation...the whole "information will set you free" bullshit
People create the false expectation. Especially people with something to sell, such as access to the Internet.
The internet lets people be dumb as shit about ever more stuff
People self-narrowing their sets of facts happens with or without the Internet.
The internet has given unprecedented power to manipulate large numbers of people for fun and profit to too many bad actors
Sure but the only difference in such broadcasted opinion/propaganda is the scope and pace. It's the exact same public opinion manipulation we've always had, but you're blaming the technology for some reason.
Why not completely block countries that sell counterfeit goods, that are the home of catfishers and email scams, or allow bulletproof hosting of kiddie porn and money laundering?
This is a different debate question than "internet is a net-bad for society". I haven't really thought too much about that question, but off the top of my head, do you support cutting off an Iranian med student's access to internet documentation on the basis of the country they were born in being a 'bad actor'?
You think the page designers make the decisions to add the advertising & tracking pixels? No.
Those decisions are made by the people who pay them. Some of us cranks sit in meetings and point out the drawbacks to their incestuous, ignorant greed, but again, we don't have the final decision.
Not the problem, the problem is the inability of someone to distinguish such a person from a used car salesman with a slick line in pretending
No problem, no problem. You're the problem.
Frankly, Scarlett, I don't have a fix. -- Rhett Buggler