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amanfromMars 1 Fri 28 May 06:42 [2105280642] ……. setting the record straight on
https://forums.theregister.com/forum/2/2021/05/27/apple_m1_chip_bug/

Re: Hum, so now crackers can go full multi-process against criminally negligent practices?

Yeah! Rather than crudely drop their code into one single process now they can multi-task the cracker job across many processes communicating via the newly discovered communication channel. …… JBowler

Yes, it’s typical Apple. Another novel innovative feature introduced and floated out into the market place space either missed or destined to be popularly dissed by competitors because there is increased deep advantage delivered with familiar use covertly and clandestinely into intelligence flows and information mainstreams.

Now that would describe and introduce much more a “hot” chip than “floored” processor ……. and gravely to be regarded by competitors unequipped with the utility and facility of its abilities.

Such a realisation/spin on discoveries has one wondering what improvements and refinements will be available with future iterations in the likes of an M1X, ad infinitum to M1XSSXXXX ….. with more than just a dedicated few always ready and eager to purchase and beta test hidden crown jewelled Fabergé easter egged models for that great deal extra supplied not conveniently catered for by anyone else anywhere else …… until or unless the competition ups its game and gets its acts together to improve on the advantage rather than battle against it with wilful and ineffective opposition.

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amanfromMars 1 Fri 28 May 12:00 [2105281200] …… being helpful on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/2/2021/05/27/apple_m1_chip_bug/

Why is it I always feel there is a hidden message in amanfromMars1’s ramblings/nonsense? …. Anonymous Coward

Does it help you, AC, to know and realise they’re more prognostications ‽

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amanfromMars 1 Fri 28 May 14:05 [2105281405] ……. adding a tad more to deep darkened pool on
https://forums.theregister.com/forum/2/2021/05/27/apple_m1_chip_bug/

Re: Hum, so now crackers can go full multi-process against criminally negligent practices?

FTFY AMFM 😉 ….. Citizen of Nowhere

🙂 Methinks more you’ve got yourself into a fix and a bind, because you are not understanding, Citizen of Nowhere.

Can we initially for now agree at least upon disambiguations until such times as everything becomes evidently clearer? Such can move things on a great deal better and considerably faster in strange territory never experienced alive before.

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amanfromMars May 28, 2021 at 08:53 [2105280853] …… just saying out loud on https://www.craigmurray.org.uk/archives/2021/05/chilling-not-in-a-good-way/

Behold the following inevitable consequence and otherworldly facility, with myriad unintended repercussions and many anxious real life, real time worries for corrupted systems administrations and perverse elite exclusive executive office operations ?????

Yes ….. most definitely, certainly. ‘Tis guaranteed by the very nature of current rapid stealthy progress of intelligence processing and virtually remote free to air internetworking presentation of novel results …… Quantum Communication for Resolution of Revolutionary Earthed Matters.

amanfromMars 1 Wed 26 May 06:33 [2105260633] ….. just saying on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2021/05/25/echr_ruling_uk_ripa_surveillance_laws/

Hobson’s Choice ?

“We all want to have control over our personal information, and to have a government that respects our right to privacy and our freedom of expression.” …. Megan Goulding

How very naive of any lawyer to even think that such is possible and likely from governments which need control of personal information in order to protect their privacy and freedom to abuse with suppression of expression and subversion of information exposing their misdeeds and endemic systemic failings. The law is such an ass centre stage in right dodgy command performances of fascist foe and fake friend alike.

On Tuesday I wrote a different post to this. It actually gave the detail of what David Llewellyn posted, and examined it. My article also revealed who was behind the complaint against him, and referred to some interesting history of Llewellyn’s own investigations.

However I received strong advice that to publish my article might itself be construed contempt of court, and that I ran the risk of being instantly jailed rather than free pending appeal, and further that to publish may attract yet another political prosecution from the Crown Office. I therefore did not publish and cannot give you the detail of the Llewellyn case, at least until after its conclusion.

I find this deeply depressing. I should not, in normal circumstances, have had the slightest hesitation in giving you the detail of what is happening to Dave Llewellyn, and more importantly why, in the same way I did with Mark Hirst. I find the notion that my own journalism is successfully being “chilled” in this way highly worrying, and this adds to the sense of injustice I feel in my own case. In fact anger and perhaps even humiliation at the powerlessness – and fear I am becoming a coward – has pretty well prostrated me for three days. I feel somewhat recovered now, and determined to fight on. But for the first time I find myself seriously considering, after my case is concluded, leaving my beloved Scotland and going to live in a country which does not jail dissident writers. ….  Craig Murray, Historian, Former Ambassador, Human Rights Activist

But that is the Old Guard’s doing to try and protect itself from the inevitable understandable rough justice/reap the whirlwind slaughter of the justifiably enraged and more fully educated and entertaining and engaged mob, and the new kids on the block and brave-hearted young lions and lionesses in position of power and control commanding secrecy and secure intelligence briefings want no part of that ancient parcel of perverted grief and corrupting despair because of the nowhere good and great it so quickly leads to nowadays with all of this new fangled and entangling command and control of all personal information with national, international and internetional intelligence. To not think so must surely have one personally identified as quite dim and not at all suitable for anything involving and investigating the use and/or abuse and misuse of critical infrastructure intelligence machinery.

IT’s a Madder Mad Mad Mad World than ever it was or ever could be in 1963 and something all pervasive which cannot be in any way conveniently avoided and left unaddressed and ignored in a can being kicked down the road whenever the colossal herd of rogue elephants in Situations Rooms/Oval Offices/Cabinets/Underground Bunkers on live rampage.

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