Jargons of Info Tech industry
chris2k01 at hotmail.com
Thu Oct 13 07:56:07 CEST 2005
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Hello? I don't think that should make any difference. I should be able
to visit absolutely any website on the Internet without any danger to my
computer or the data stored on it. Any browser which allows otherwise
implementations might be; the language itself is not. Similarly for
anything else. In reality, with a properly-configured, good quality
operating system (probably a UNIX-type system), one ought to be able to
run full native code without any danger to one's computer or data
(think: under the NOBODY account on Linux).
Just my 1/50th of a dollar.
Gordon Burditt wrote:
> Browsers don't read unsolicited web sites. Email readers do, however,
> read unsolicited email, and email from downright hostile correspondents.
> And I consider "web bugs" and similar tracking methods to be a danger
> for something that's supposed to be ONLY "formatted text".
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