The first one was SIGTERM and the second one was SIGKILL
Let's say you get your hands really dirty, maybe handling rotten garbage, then you wash your hands with regular soap and water, maybe with a nail brush. Afterwards, did you ever look at your squeaky clean hands and worry that there was still bacteria on them? Me neither.
So the FBI wants people to cooperate with them, to use weak encryption so they can unlock data when they need to. OK. Who is going to do that? Let's say law-abiding people will cooperate. What compels criminals to cooperate? What compels non-Americans to cooperate? What prevents people from use their own additional encryption, like putting a 2nd lock on your door? What prevents people from obfuscating their data? Here's the key, see, it's a Rick Astley video.
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You also had bitmap terminal options like Bell Labs Blit/Jerq and BBN Bitgraph that had Motorola 68000s but used them as display processors, sort of like an X Window System terminal, but with their own custom windowing systems.
By 1983, Sun, Apple, and dozens of other companies were selling fancier personal computers with UNIX and other OSes based on the Motorola 68000 series and other CPUs, but their cost was more like $10,000-$30,000.
Dreams are free, but you get soaked on the connect time.