Lobbyists release push-poll in an effort to tank Right to Repair bills and control independent security research


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Originally published at: https://boingboing.net/2018/02/25/security-innovation-center.html


#2

Figures.  


#3

Well, I guess that, until Americans shows it can fix the basics, like healthcare, gun violence, and democracy, they shouldn’t be allowed to mess with important stuff like tractors, phones and fridges.


#4

I’m less afraid of being eaten by a shark than being mauled by a bear, but I’d really like to avoid both.


#5

Why is it that the bad guys always seem to have chillingly banal art assets?


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Why is a non-profit trade association backing this?


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When I was a kid, my dad had a store that sold stereos, TV’s, pianos and small appliances. He also had a repair shop. If I’m not mistaken, the repair shop was the money maker.

Don’t fight it folks! Make money from it!


#8

To someone unschooled in this, the website looks legitimate. However, it’s no different than those websites selling fake anti-virus software.
I guess we now live in an age where we need to be aware that there are fake security consultants/groups.


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