amanfromMars 1 Thu 28 May 07:37  …… just pointing a few unpleasant similarities for sorting out on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2020/05/27/adobe_cloud_outage/
The Cloud ….. Not a Safe Space Place for Wannabe Vamps and Practising Charlatans
The Cloud ….. The place where you upload your documents so that everyone in the world except for you can access them. …. Anonymous Coward
Actually, AC, the Cloud Space is much more like a bank place which has all of your human capital stock to put at risk whilst the remarkable source of their own is never to be questioned?
They both, the Cloud and banks, appear to strictly adhere very much to the same old formula/modus operandi et vivendi …… And it’s gone …….. although unparalleled success for second rate, third party renegade rogue robber barons in those fields is nowadays too almightily dependent upon ignorance reigning supreme in simulations where arrogance stimulates dumb captured markets trying to captivate novel virgin sectors ……..with the next great things ……. to be thought of as anything worth saving for implementing in the future in its current criminally negligent and wilfully corrupted forms?
I wonder if they have any viable and easily accepted Plan Bs to seamlessly and secretly operate and offer their exclusive elite executive administrative skills to in order to ensure and insure and assure responsible heads their continued attachment/engagement for survival?
amanfromMars 1 Thu 28 May 08:03  ……. pushing things on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2020/05/27/huawei_impossible_remove_uk_networks/
Re:Deserved Future Dire AI States
Mars is still here. I have been away from the comments section for a few years. Happy to see Mars’s software is still churning out the word salads. …. GraXXoR
Now that you might be back, GraXXoR [4 posts • joined 9 May 2020] …… how do you rate the word salads whenever compared to an OpenAI GPT-2 1558M model ……. which one can have some really weird fun producing with the engine chugging along here
amanfromMars 1 Thu 28 May 08:10  …… adding more on
Answer to be found in Cheltenham!!!!! … Anonymous Coward
Or not, as the case may be, AC.
amanfromMars 1 Thu 28 May 10:07  ….. being agreeable on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2020/05/27/huawei_impossible_remove_uk_networks/
Re: TLA backdoor
Isn’t it possible that the US want to get Huawei banned from as many countries infrastructures as possible, not because they believe Huawei have any kind of backdoor, but rather, because any government who installs Huawei kit won’t have a US backdoor built in, which they could potentially achieve if the world is strong armed into buying US originated kit? ….. Vin
Yes, of course that is quite possible, Vin, and therefore most likely very probable.
Have an upvote for your question.
amanfromMars 1 Thu 28 May 14:37  ……. saying a tad more on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2020/05/27/huawei_impossible_remove_uk_networks/
Scepticism is Rife and Ripe in All Steps Gone Too Far in the Wrong Direction
On the other hand, the USA has enabled the Cloud Act, which authorizes their government to demand any data on anyone as long as it is hosted on a server managed by a US company. ….. Pascal Monett
Is that clumsy US enabled Cloud Act supposed to be accepted as legitimate when hosts on a server are anywhere foreign and/or everywhere alien?
One can surely immediately see that that is a never ever going to be a physical reality or readily available virtual utility.
amanfromMars 1 Thu 28 May 15:03  …… with more to say on
Re: There is the issue of effective subsidy
Does the blatantly un-free trade aspect worry anybody? …. Missing Semicolon
Not at all whenever it is the default market norm in rigged non-competitive environments, Missing Semicolon, although that does introduce many other things to be worried about which cannot be/should not be seriously ignored or studiously avoided.