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


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




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.


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


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


Why is a non-profit trade association backing this?


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!


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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