The effort it takes to hack a single personal computer is simply not worth it for most adversaries. As long as you follow basic security practices like updating software regularly and don't install software you don't trust the risk is pretty low. The targets are sites themselves which can yield anywhere from thousands to millions of accounts in a single hack.
If you're dealing with high stakes accounts like bitcoin or other financial data it would be a good idea to have a separate, even offline password storage but for your average user an email and techdirt account password are worth very little.
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Actually, he's right about that part. If you had a right to force people to hear you, then for a third party to delete your comments on their Website - or even to prevent you from posting them in the first place - would be unconstitutional.
He's just wrong about what that means in practice.
Most of the FEC's remit is blatantly unconstitutional under the first amendment, so I'm not too upset that they are so dysfunctional that they can't quash people's basic rights as efficiently as some desire.
They don't play any role in Trump's promise to drain the swamp--a vital promise that he is currently putting the necesary pieces in place to fulfill. (Whether or not he's successful--the swamp is tenacious and self-refilling.) any sane sensible person who cares about good government should be supporting him in this effort.
I've been the State Treasurer of the Green Party Of California since 2011, current total monetary assets $20k, see public records at http://www.sos.ca.gov/ Infraction of minutia within the California F.P.P.C. created fines of a few $hundred a year, most were invariably forgiven, mostly 'late reports'. The same problem is now costing me $20 a day, and each month the monetary thresholds and calendar timing, that is, the question 'is some kind of a report due, 460's, et al' changes all during the year, and the SOS may send me notice of my 'failure' 10 or 15 weeks later! We pay $2,500/ year for mandated FTP reporting software, and I have a lucky ~$8k in fines against my personal bank account presently. Since California Proposition 14 a new $50 fee is due each and every January 15 for EVERY committee, even if you run unopposed for a tiny Water Board.
California Proposition 14 & the state DemoRepug legislator have all but wiped other 'Partys' off our ballots.
Waiting on the reset password. Meanwhile, my major resistance to the password wallet is fear that all it does is collect all my passwords into one convenient place so hackers need not crack a bunch of passwords to get access to everything, they can just crack this one.
Given that basically every security system seems to get hacked now and then, how could a password wallet existing in my computer and talking to the internet be safe?
I mean we're not talking about serious crimes like copyright infringement here, I'm sure that after a stern talking to they learned their lesson, no need to go overboard and impose some sort of punishment for what really amounts to harmless pranks.