JD Rucker über Amazons neuen Browser Silk, der die meist Arbeit “in the cloud” erledigt.
Every website we visit, every button that we click, every form that we fill out on an Amazon Fire will be logged. By becoming the ultimate middleman, Amazon and Silk are going to improve the speeds at which we browse, but at what cost? What happens when the first subpoenaed history of someone’s web browsing is used in court? Since no system is completely secure from hackers, how will we react when the first batch of personal data is accessed through an AWS exploit and used against us?