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Flash Cookies, a Little-Known Privacy Threat

dolo666 Welcome (225 comments)

My specific comment to this news article and your response is that third party objects always reduce security as they increase features and that is a constant and yes that is not new.

A slight side-note...

You must be new here. Welcome to Slashdot.org where you can get news of many varieties. Some is stale dated, some is duplicated but it's all kinda interesting to talk about and that is why most of us like it here.

Because even if the news is old, the discussion at Slashdot is always new! (well at least the higher rated discussions)

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Moderation

dolo666 dolo666 writes  |  more than 9 years ago Latest comment moderations: Comment Moderation
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Sweet! , posted to IBM Opens Their Patent Portfolio to Open Source , has been moderated Insightful (+1).

It is currently scored Insightful (2).

Sweet! , posted to IBM Opens Their Patent Portfolio to Open Source , has been moderated Interesting (+1).

It is currently scored Interesting (3).

Sweet! , posted to IBM Opens Their Patent Portfolio to Open Source , has been moderated Interesting (+1).

It is currently scored Interesting (4).

Sweet! , posted to IBM Opens Their Patent Portfolio to Open Source , has been moderated Interesting (+1).

It is currently scored Interesting (5).

Sweet! , posted to IBM Opens Their Patent Portfolio to Open Source , has been moderated Flamebait (-1).

It is currently scored Interesting (4).

Sweet! , posted to IBM Opens Their Patent Portfolio to Open Source , has been moderated Insightful (+1).

It is currently scored Interesting (5).

Sweet! , posted to IBM Opens Their Patent Portfolio to Open Source , has been moderated Overrated (-1).

It is currently scored Interesting (4).

Sweet! , posted to IBM Opens Their Patent Portfolio to Open Source , has been moderated Interesting (+1).

It is currently scored Interesting (5).

Sleep Apnea (OSA) , posted to Sleep Less, Eat More? , has been moderated Interesting (+1).

It is currently scored Interesting (2).

Sleep Apnea (OSA) , posted to Sleep Less, Eat More? , has been moderated Interesting (+1).

It is currently scored Interesting (3).

Sleep Apnea (OSA) , posted to Sleep Less, Eat More? , has been moderated Informative (+1).

It is currently scored Interesting (4).

Sleep Apnea (OSA) , posted to Sleep Less, Eat More? , has been moderated Interesting (+1).

It is currently scored Interesting (5).

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Stuck at Positive?

dolo666 dolo666 writes  |  more than 10 years ago

Greets all... I just wanted to mention that I appear to be stuck at Positive karma, even after posting some good comments. My guess is that if you post more than a certain number of comments within a certain period of time, the karma system ignores you? Not sure really, but I'm guessing that some of my posts have attracted negative attention.

The bulk of my posts have gone from being 5 to -1 and then up to 5 again, and while this would (in a totally fair and impartial system) result in some balancing out, my recent experience is that negative moderation has a greater effect than positive moderation; that is to say that if you are modded up, it's worth less than if you're modded down.

Does anyone know why?

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dolo666 dolo666 writes  |  more than 10 years ago

There is an example of some of the really cool features that Gemsites 1.3 has for you. In case you are anyone, Gemsites is a standards-compliant slashcode clone, with a few added tweaks that may be of interest to you.

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