1. Takes 12 years (estimated) to build the thing. By the time it's available for public use, its design is likely obsolete. The newer designs take precedence in investment and this system will die mid-construction.
2. It takes 30 years for RoI (return of investment). During that time (after 12 years of construction), we'd probably be hovering above ground with our own vehicles called HoverCraft using autopilot. We wouldn't give a damn about the loop.
Look... I ain't a 3 year-old... and so is 100% of the rest of professionals....
Resetting the default app associations is a deliberate thing, NOT A BUG. MS has done so many stupid things in the recent past, they haven't made up for much of it and is already doing more stupid things.
I want Apple and other companies to step into the game and take over the market share from MS so that they will realize "messing with their customer is asking for trouble".
Anything with some kind of operating instructions can be compromised and instructed to do things beyond its operations scope... so yes, a stupid printer can be used as a hacking tool.
Now my opinion about the hackers: They should go steal shit from somewhere else like the bank where there's lots of money. Disrupting a hospital can lead to patient deaths... and when these hackers get caught, they should ALL get death sentences regardless if there has been any patient fatalities.
My question may seem obvious, but at the same time I can be missing something here:
Aren't we supposed to first accuse mining companies for employing children and for providing poor working conditions? Or is it because DRC is an isolated world that those companies get to do whatever they want because they own many government agencies and they cannot be inquired?
I'm confused... is it even legal to put people back in jail after they have been officially released of their term, for a crime they already served?
I don't give a damn if they were mistakenly released... if someone got out and have started their life over and now put back because the gov made a stupid mistake... who should pay for the inconvenience?
And why the hell did it take 3 years to fix such an error? In my knowledge, based on 15 years of professional experience, this type of software bug takes one person a few hours to fix. Plus the national coordination to apply the fix, it still takes 6 months max.