amanfromMars 1 Thu 16 Dec 04:37  ….. finds something too incredulous to believe on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/2/2021/12/15/web3_apparently_the_next_generation/
Ignoring the price of a right dog and bum steers is increasingly costly/prohibitively expensive
How very odd, bitdivine, that you would say Britain is relatively stable rather than like a Ukraine of wannabe oligarchs.
Who/What has been feeding you that intel whenever there is so much unavailable scant evidence at source?
amanfromMars 1 Thu 16 Dec 05:50  …… goes more than just a tad further with a light into the dark and delves a great deal deeper into the glooms of doom on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/2/2021/12/15/web3_apparently_the_next_generation/
AWEsome is as AWEsome does. What else do you have that compares and competes?
Today the stakes are much, much higher and in early 2000s. This is not just about a bit of better or worse technology going forward, it is about avoiding a global collapse. …. josvaz
That is exactly as may currently be, josvaz, with very near future global collapse only being avoided and averted and diverted with the prime premium help of Novel Ennobling Technologies and Artilectual Methodologies which many would not unreasonably presume and view as being akin to some sort of NEUKlearer HyperRadioProACTivated IT and Advanced IntelAIgently Designed Magic given the remote virtual nature of its practically real product deliveries supply chains.
It should also be well noted, for it be equally as easily done, can such also simply cause and ably assist in catastrophic near future global collapses ….. which one surely has to admit is a Pretty AWEsome Ability/Facility/Utility/Security/Application of Otherworldly Proprietary Intellectual Property.
Be careful not to test out its Dark Side Use though if one doesn’t Own and Control Command of ITs AWEsome Reins and Reigns and Rains. Recovery from mistakes made in abuse and misuse there is not possible.
And you might like to accept that all of the above freely shared content is a major part of what Web3 is all about providing …..and mentoring ……. and monitoring.
amanfromMars 1 Thu 16 Dec 09:45  …… suggests on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2021/12/16/national_cyber_strategy_uk_launched/
A Titanic Holywood Task to Master and Driver/Seed and Feed to Media Moguldoms
The government-backed UK Cyber Security Council has also been awarded a Royal Charter to coincide with the launch of the strategy today. Civil servants told the press they hope the UKCSC will “lead” the British cyber security profession.
Any “lead” is/will be directly proportional to, and it may be exponentially advantageous and beneficial too, the input for programming with novel content to output from a competent Director General such as was probably surely initially envisaged in appointments/anointments of a C or an M or a Q.
Such though is a role which is suitable for only a very few and always surely best served and servered securely anonymously and as secretly as is possible in these days of revealing 0days.
amanfromMars 1 Thu 16 Dec 15:50  …… says on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2021/12/16/national_cyber_strategy_uk_launched/
Re: Construction/Extrapolation/Systematic Event Imputation*?
Remember back in the early 2000s when Mike Corley was spamming usenet with claims that the BBC was spying on him through his TV set? ….. katrinab
Strangely enough, katrinab, anyone nowadays can spy on governments via the nonsense the BBC broadbandcast about them and their programs and proposed projects daily.
It is a constant wonder that such tomfoolery is tolerated and even voted for, although Winston Churchill [PBUH] had that mystery well enough sussed many moons ago …….
The best argument against democracy is a five-minute conversation with the average voter.