It would be better if the fee went toward improvements. It seems to have been designed with complete antagonism towards the user and the fee slapped on top of it discourages even more people from navigating the system.
It does work, I'll give it that. I can usually find what I'm looking for but it's completely ridiculous that the $0.10/page fee applies even to searches that fail to return any results.
My biggest issue with the browser version is using the mouse to scroll through feeds (with those passed being automatically marked as read) seems to get jumpy depending on what your mouse scroll is set at. So, I end up with all sorts of "read" items going unmarked as the I scroll through the list.
I also find the sharing to be not as seamless.
Generally, I don't have a problem with RAM, but as I do most of my work on a Chromebook, there are times when it starts slowing to a crawl when there are enough tabs open. On my actual PC, this isn't really an issue.
The problem is collecting device info as the person makes their way through security. The PNR shows who's traveling but what devices they're carrying. Tracking down individual's information is easy. It's linking them to specific device info that might be harder. Phones are easy, thanks to phone metadata. Laptops and tablets would be a bit more difficult.
RE: INVESTIGATION OF CLAPPER FOR ALLEGED DISCHARGE OF UNTRUTH
The Office would like to direct the esteemed members of the House Judiciary Committee to the following Fact Sheet, which should clarify the many misconceptions surrounding James Clapper's supposed misrepresentation of his own words.
1. The NSA, along with the ODNI, has always self-reported all potential mistruths. Even when we don't.
2. Clapper answer was not untruthful under this program.
3. Director Clapper's answer was NOT a lie. It was simply a matter of the director "playing to the edges" of the "truth matrix."
4. If Clapper had answered truthfully, up to 54 terrorist investigations would have been compromised.
5. Contrary to what everyone's saying (including the esteemed members of the HJC), Clapper at no time had access to the content of Ron Wyden's phone calls.
6. Everybody lies to everybody. And once again, at no time did the NSA, nor Clapper himself, collect the content of any French metadata.
7. Clapper's truth-dodging has been held to be legal under current law. Not only that, but his slippery wording is subject to several layers of oversight, both inside the DNI's office and inside the DNI's panic room.
8. For all we know, Snowden has millions of sensitive documents and hates America. Therefore, you must acquit.
9. If anyone can suggest a better way to fight terrorism than Clapper lying to Congress, we'd be more than happy to discuss those ideas.
10. Once again, James Clapper is only lying, not collecting sensitive content from domestic end-to-end calls. Do we really have to keep stressing this point?
10.(a) Also not collecting domestic email content (since 2011!).
11. Clapper's desire to lie to Congress is no different than the average American's desire to lie to Congress. Our intelligence officials have the same concerns about privacy the rest of you little people do, only we can actually do something to protect ours.
Oh. And Clapper probably didn't actually lie.
We hope these Guidance Points will help you arrive at the correct conclusion pursuant to your investigation that we won't be assisting with one bit.
Sincerely, Office of the Director of National Intelligence