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Patrick Henry, the 2nd:
How about we just have the courts do their damn job?

Also, wasn't there somebody holy in office for eight years that could have changed the directives? Hmmm
12:20 am — Thursday, 23 February 2017
John Rodham Gruber:
>This is a good idea

Actually, it's pretty stupid because it doesn't even begin to cover what people really care about. Social media? Who gives a fuck. What I don't want is them snooping through my private communications and personal files. How about an OS-level travel/cloaked mode that makes it such that the border inspector thinks you're complying and have given full access.

>How about we just have the courts do their damn job?

That's well and good for the U.S. side of things, but what about traveling to Russia or China. I'd rather have an engineered solution to this problem than hope a bunch of assholes in robes all around the world do the right thing.
9:34 am — Thursday, 23 February 2017
anonymous:
Maciej Ceglowski's a far-left communist antifa scumbag.
5:05 pm — Thursday, 23 February 2017
anonymous:
just a small amount of engineering!
6:45 pm — Thursday, 23 February 2017
Countess Elizabeth Báthory de Ecsed:
> Maciej Ceglowski's a far-left communist antifa scumbag.

Expected this, was not disappointed.
8:16 pm — Thursday, 23 February 2017
nononono:
what do you expect from a dude who blogs about trips to e.g. Antarctica AFTER he finishes them?

He should post selfies during the trip, just like everyone else.
12:42 am — Friday, 24 February 2017
John Rodham Gruber:
>What’s required is a small amount of engineering

Moron.

>and the conviction that any company that makes its fortune hoarding user data has a moral responsibility to protect its users.

They have no such responsibility. If you don't like the terms, stop using the service.
9:12 am — Saturday, 25 February 2017
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