Yeah, that's exactly what I said. Linux can have security flaws easily (and usually quickly) fixed by patches or configuration. It's impossible for any OS not to have that, but that's nothing stacked against the fundamental design being insecure. The fact that windows has "the ability to get viruses" will only change if they redesign it.
Windows isn't the only platform that can be hacked, but it is inherently less secure due to it's willingness at a base level to run code obtained remotely without any oversight. They added high level stuff to do the oversight, but that's just painting over rotten wood. There are not equal security flaws in Unix. Linux or Solaris can have security flaws and even hypothetically could have some that Windows doesn't have, but not permanent ones that can't be resolved by patch or configuration.
Did these politicians actually obtain these infringing files? As I recall (from you know.. um.. nevermind), it is really not that easy to obtain actual full copies of infringing content from a google search.. Usually you get a bunch of places that claim to provide it and just spam you with ads instead
I haven't really looked into it, but I don't see any reason it couldn't be a straight replacement and just change what your dns server points to. You could even point it to localhost and run local software locally that acts as a middleman.
Well, the U.S. is who gives brazil permission to use .br, but thats not what I meant by decentralized anyway, even if the U.S. didn't have control over the root zone changes, .br would still centralized under brazil's control. I'm talking about a user controlled system.
Ever the optimist eh? I used to be like that :( In the end, The mafiaa gets more and more control over all countries while their goals become less and less aligned with serving the public in any country, and if the final ruling isn't horrible, they will be changing the law to make it so no matter the cost.