That is simplistic, half of Antiquity was self invited to Compute then decided they dislike Computing and its implications for their lifestyles. So their retaliation was to destabilize programmers and companies and convince them that bad some times is a good thing. Or, if you like it, Church does not like perfection but computer works aspire to be PER-FECT and programmers can boas of achieving PER-FECT works. But if you will have webmasters constantly monitoring to see if your usage particularly matches some criterion they can prey on, why risk an update? If you can see decades pass by and the same base errors ARE STILL THERE, why bother updating? If you found a pattern of usage that suits you but hostile programmers may completely obliterate your tools and force you into other manners, why try the new version? If you end up giving things for free to eventually **monetize**, why follow the please-the-market mechanisms? And worse of all: if you do suspect an interloped made it into the code base and you might see your efforts ruined by the next update... how do you protect your present installation? Windows is super example. Android shows the same problems Windows has always had. Even games get ruined with advanced new control interfaces and glitches/bugs/exploits while the basic algorithms are the same throughout the whole genre. Change one RNG you know into something well programmed and the game may dissappear altogether... Consider this discussion as a consequence of an undeclared or mediatized Cyber-war beyond online.