[Bloat] [LibreQoS] [Rpm] [Starlink] On FiWi

rjmcmahon rjmcmahon at rjmcmahon.com
Tue Mar 14 16:06:49 EDT 2023

> I am old fashioned this way, also, but I think most modern users would
> not care, any more about this. They are used to pretty much having all
> their data exposed to the internet, available via cellphone, and used
> to having their security cameras and other personal information, gone,
> out there.
> They just want internet.

I think people want privacy it's just that those in leadership roles, 
e.g. Eric Schmidt, rationalized their behaviors with comments like, 
"Privacy is over. Get used to it." At the same time, Google algorithms 
were advertising breast implants to women who just learned from their 
doctors they had breast cancer. Google gleaned this from her information 
search on her recently diagnosed condition.

Life support use cases and privacy have to be added back in as a base 
feature. It's past time we as a society tolerated this behavior from 
billionaires who see us as nothing more than subjects to their targeted 


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