I believe in paying money for products that earn it. I do not believe in a pricing and distribution model that still thinks it's 1998. And I really don't believe in censoring the internet so that studio and label executives can add a few more millions onto their already enormous money pile.
Treat your customers with respect, and they'll do the same to you. And that is how you fight piracy.
(worth a full read)
VeriSign said its executives "do not believe these attacks breached the
servers that support our Domain Name System network," which ensures people
land at the right numeric Internet Protocol address when they type in a
name such as Google.com, but it did not rule anything out.
reports on previously unreported breaches at Verisign in 2010
The service performs a set of analyses on new applications, applications
already in Android Market, and developer accounts. Here's how it works:
once an application is uploaded, the service immediately starts analyzing
it for known malware, spyware and trojans. It also looks for behaviors that
indicate an application might be misbehaving, and compares it against
previously analyzed apps to detect possible red flags. We actually run
every application on Google's cloud infrastructure and simulate how it will
run on an Android device to look for hidden, malicious behavior. We also
analyze new developer accounts to help prevent malicious and
repeat-offending developers from coming back.
-- Google's Hiroshi
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