said by FFH:
... aren't going to go to the lengths that you describe.
... I just don't see your doomsday scenario ever taking place.
I am not prognosticating, I am simply describing what this technology is capable of doing.
None of us, 20 years ago, would have thought that the commercializing of the Internet would have sparked such a horrible email spam problem.
All I am saying is that if a particular technology like the one we are discussing here is allowed to operate on the "public network", then no data can ever again be relied upon to be the work of the author. Run a speed test on dslr, and you are a Verizon customer.
Verizon "CAN" alter the report to read anything they want you to see. If they can identify me (even by an "anonymous" token, and if they can inject/alter code passing through their network, then they control my perception of the Internet world.
This just seems patently evil, and subject to terrible abuse.
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