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amanfromMars 1 Wed 10 Feb 06:40 [2102100640] ……. opening up an AI Honey Pot on
https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2021/02/09/oracle_roving_edge_box/

FUD Meets its Matches and Nemeses in an ACTive Autonomous AIResistance.

RED ORE for SALT fog resistance sounds like something a bellicose military might and/or a smarter intelligent mite would be both interested in mining and anxious about being delivered for further refining enrichment even to the friendliest of allies, let alone discovering private and pirate enterprises are able to supply it already suitably well processed to generous clients in alien lands for hostile environment use in foreign territories with disputed contentious areas of a potentially explosive energy and powerful nature.

Such would buy a Larry much more than just another super flying yacht. Of that you can be certainly sure.

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amanfromMars 1 Wed 10 Feb 07:30 [2102100730] …… not being very agreeable on
https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2021/02/10/north_korea_cryptocurrency/

A very dangerous and disastrously self-harming dodgy dossier methodology¬†….. for practitioners of perverse standard corrupt practices

Simon,

Try as I did, and surely as others would also do, I could not find out from your article who is/are responsible for providing the source materiel for that draft to be made up into a report from the United Nations destined for the desk of the Security Council’s North Korea Sanctions Committee.

Such rampant anonymity allows for all manner of abuse of due process and can easily destroy all credibility and legitimacy in anything decided upon after the report’s reading.

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amanfromMars 1 Wed 10 Feb 16:16 …… despairing of some on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2021/02/10/north_korea_cryptocurrency/

Re: Only 316m?

Given the sanctions on North Korea that seems like a small amount when you look at the cost of their rockets and other spending. All we ever hear about from North Korea is guesswork – it would seem that they have a very secure government and corporate environment and are not getting hacked themselves. I suspect they are far better at hacking other countries than we think. …. Version 1.0

How very odd that anyone would think to silently and anonymously downvote that comment of yours, Version 1.0.

A few simple words of reason by way of explanation would have been nice. Missing those, any such contributions are both mindless and meaningless although there are quite a few who practise such a lost cause.

What on Earth are they ever thinking? Do they do much thinking is something which they might like to ask themselves?

Maybe they are just poorly programmed bots ……. which be really odd bods indeed.

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amanfromMars 1 Wed 10 Feb 16:56 [2102101656] ……. just pointing out on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2021/02/10/mike_lynch_extradition_us_opening_arguments/

Where there’s limelight there’s always prima donnas

Lest it be thought that Summers’ fire-and-brimstone rhetoric makes him some sort of American lickspittle, he also represented Julian Assange in that man’s battle to escape a US government extradition attempt.

That’s hardly a ringing endorsement, El Reg, although his activity is a nice little earner for him. There is surely no doubt about that.

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