To send information on the internet the host data as to be changed in some way either in transit or where it's stored.<public accountability
Means NEW information has to be done by every site, for other normal fags to see and access.
Not your personal connection to your ISP or cloudfuck, but random well jumping Timmy wanting to know your location.
They have that, but Timmy does not. They want to give that to Timmy.
There's a great many ways to do any of this crap and I'd loath to give any of them a great efficent easy to use idea.
The reason why >>369115
Is right is that low IQ dipshits look at anyone who's fancy and they go over to unga bunga.
Instead of having to search twenty minutes for a semi-public figure it'll take ten seconds for even recluses. Banks and ISPs ect. have it, general public doesn't.
Corporate accounts would be a fucking toss up on if or how they would even touch that.
Most corporate infrastructure is fucking ancient and nearly nobody know how it ticks.
That's the fucking wrong response because you miss the point.>>369126
This one makes sense because he understands the topic.
However there are ways to more or less embed more content than the host provides, but that would stress either the host, the middle-man, or the user.
The ways they could implement this can be done.
And just and many if not more ways to fuck it all up. Instead of it being implemented well it's bloated and slows everything to a crawl.
Making everyone use it lose loads of money!
From ancient machines to mom-and-pop machines the shear bloat potentially would grind nearly all computer use to a halt.>>369116>>369119
That's one way, but not efficent or reliable.>>369131
That's an even more retarded way of doing it.
If I know the government as I expect it to operate they're going to implement some retardation so I can't discount what you've said, but doing it that way means they open everyone up to man in the middle attacks and information phishing to the widest easiest extent.