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Postforever »

This is to be expected. Not only microsoft windows is a trojan horse/backdoor if necessary but apple with its iphones other with android os's if required have probably hidden features that makes them a privacy danger or makes them a joke better said.

Now google (humble origins --did not all these companies have humble origins ?). Humble origins to a certain point: if they become bigger is because they are useful to some and agreeing to comply within the capitalist system.

http://rt.com/politics/184935-russia-uk ... -security/

There are alternatives like debian and other linux distros and I think this is the future of the internet; however I would not be surprised if this future is advancing very fast once true technology has an opportunity to be developed.

https://www.debian.org/intro/about


Let me put it this way: an iphone is not a 4th density vibration is a very set 3rd density vibrational item.
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Postunity100 »

Google went amok after they got Schmit - ex oracle ceo - as ceo.

In terms of security and backdoors, with the propagation of open source software like linux, this will be close to impossible. Android, for example, basically took over phone market. Tablets and smartphones together have reduced pc and laptop sales quite a lot, due to a lot of the everyday non-productivity related functions (like watching videos, music simple surfing etc) being possible to do with these.

Desktop linux propagation has been a problem. But, with the encroachment of android variants or other open source software into desktops, this may also reach a resolution.

~90% of internet runs on linux servers. Maybe more. in that regard its done.
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Postforever »

Desktop linux propagation has been a problem. But, with the encroachment of android variants or other open source software into desktops, this may also reach a resolution.


not for lack of availability :

http://distrowatch.com/

But for watching netflix is still a problem without doing some extra work and that can be a put-off for the regular computer user not interested in these things.
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Postunity100 »

forever wrote:
Desktop linux propagation has been a problem. But, with the encroachment of android variants or other open source software into desktops, this may also reach a resolution.


not for lack of availability :

http://distrowatch.com/

But for watching netflix is still a problem without doing some extra work and that can be a put-off for the regular computer user not interested in these things.


ease of use, accessibility and support are main factors for linux distributions not getting enough reach. of course there is also the program library problem.
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Postforever »

Does not matter. i think the point is that all those big companies and corporations are disposable in regards to this (and probably everything else after a minimum period of adjustment), that is, the infrastructure is present to have computer power, internet, operating systems. Everything is laid out and can be used.
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Postunity100 »

as the latest attack on network neutrality shows, infrastructure is an important consideration.
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Postforever »

I have read somewhere that electricity can be delivered via wireless method. I think this is congruent with the Tesla energy delivery systems that some have talked about.

Now that would be very cool.
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Postunity100 »

Induction. You can generate and send strong electromagnetic waves (no different than any radio wave, of course), and then a device designed for catching those waves and obtaining current through induction can turn it back to current and run machines.

This was the method atlanteans used apparently. Which caused to atlantis sinking, when they had overtuned the device that was emitting the waves. (edgar cayce)

Zero energy is not the same. Zero energy is using the emissions already existing in the environment. The tesla weapons ufos are using do that.
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