Profile overview for doctorshady.
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This user has mostly submitted to the following subverses (showing top 5):

124 submissions to technology

53 submissions to news

15 submissions to Worldnews

1 submissions to InTheNews

This user has so far shared a total of 193 links, started a total of 0 discussions and submitted a total of 201 comments.

Voting habits

Submissions: This user has upvoted 776 and downvoted 210 submissions.

Comments: This user has upvoted 489 and downvoted 86 comments.

Submission ratings

5 highest rated submissions:

5 lowest rated submissions:

Call Donald Trump's Cell Phone and Ask Him About His Important Ideas, submitted: 8/3/2015 9:44:24 PM, -5 points (+4|-9)

China Pushes to Rewrite Rules of Global Internet, submitted: 7/29/2015 2:55:12 AM, 0 points (+1|-1)

Ashley Madison hack just the latest to shatter online privacy illusions, submitted: 9/4/2015 5:22:01 AM, 0 points (+1|-1)

Gucci Sets Trend for Broad Internet Censorship, submitted: 9/5/2015 7:29:02 PM, 0 points (+1|-1)

Pirating Subscribers Could Cost Cox Over $200 Million, submitted: 12/16/2015 8:46:12 PM, 0 points (+1|-1)

Comment ratings

3 highest rated comments:

How WIRED Is Going to Handle Ad Blocking submitted by doctorshady to technology

doctorshady 0 points 27 points (+27|-0) ago

TLDR: Poorly. Gentlemen, ready your archive links.

WhatsApp Found Collecting Data on Calls and Phone Numbers submitted by doctorshady to technology

doctorshady 0 points 19 points (+19|-0) ago

That reminds me of this quote I saw:

The rise of the Net and the Web represents a victory for the counterculture and the subculture. The next generation, raised on the Net as their primary medium, won't even know what consensus reality is.

The guy who made that quote twenty some years ago was booted off Facebook yesterday for using an alias.

Pirate Bay Founder: I Have Given Up submitted by doctorshady to technology

doctorshady 0 points 13 points (+13|-0) ago

The upside to that is the sooner we all recognize that, the sooner we can all put our heads together and work on something that can't fall to commercialism or centralization. If nothing else, we have some very valuable things to learn from this whole experience.

3 lowest rated comments:

\In the name of keeping us safe, the FBI wants to lower everyones security online even if terrorists will still be able to use encryption unimpeded submitted by FreeSpeachRocks to technology

doctorshady 2 points -2 points (+0|-2) ago

As stupid as the idea of backdooring encryption is, I don't think the author gets the point Jim Comey is trying to make. He acknowledges that legislation wouldn't stop encryption, it would just make it more inconvenient for unskilled people - like a suicide bomber to implement it, and not give US companies the financial incentives to get more difficult to intercept communication devices sold to whomever wants to use them.

Like I said, it's a stupid idea, but you have to know your own biases.

Google responsible for linking to defamatory websites: Australian court submitted by doctorshady to technology

doctorshady 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

I'm shocked this hasn't gotten more coverage today; it seems huge, legally speaking.