On Sun, 2004-02-01 at 15:11, Anaru Hartley wrote:
Instead of limiting (or what I like to call
users why not educate them? I don't think it would
take much to organise a small non-profit org. or
suggest some other org. take on the responsibility.
I was hoping someone would make this point. Rather than putting people
down, they should be educated and supported. Only if they refuse to
co-operate should they be considered for sanction. (0)
I'm not talking about TV Adverts (why waste the
money!) but simple banner ad's with simple Tips. It
doesn't take much to have a fairly secure machine
(even if it is Windows the user is running).
They need also to understand why it is important....and that will take
time. Many people can't grasp that because they have never learned the
other 15 or 20 concepts you need to know first.
I kind of sense a "one track mind" approach
issue at hand. There are plenty of alternatives,
personally I don't think tightning the rope is going
to help improve the Internet.
True. All you need is one ISP who offers "real" Internet....and everyone
would flock there. I know I would, if that was the choice.
Then again - if someone does startup a service
to what is being discussed, I think 'Boa' is a good
name. That's my 2 cents.
If you promoted this limited service set as protection, it might work
from a marketing point of view.....
How would you handle roaming users?
0- death - As Ewen suggested.