> California-based adult content-maker Dreamroom Productions claims it has made it much harder for producers to hunt down and flag infringing material, since the videos are not shared publicly.
Of course it's harder to find infringers when they aren't advertising to you that they're doing it.
The cost of a failure should scale proportionally to the size of their market because it means a standstill in launches, the same reputation hit, etc
Scaling up means having multiple launchpads, so a disaster would slow down the launch pipeline rather than halt it completely. Also scaling up means getting their insurance right, so that a lost rocket "only" costs as much as the rocket itself. Still no fun to lose, but unlikely $2.5B, and maybe not even this time's $250M.
That'd be chrome protecting you from this shit. they've gotten pretty good at detecting and preventing these kinds of drive by installs.
Unless downloading means something else to marketing people than it means to me...
Sometimes, just sometimes, I'd like to delete all my accounts everywhere and just leave this online world... most of the time, I then realize that it's just an image of the real world and that fleeing it won't help the slightest.
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