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OK people... we all wanted greater sercurity for our privicy.. Oz is kind enough to open a jira and appears willing to grant us our wish.. But we need to get out there and vote... dont make this whole battle against RZ stand for nothing... spread the word to your friends. Tell them to spread it to theirs.. and Vote. and watch... this isnt over yet.... we still have a ways to go

Vote!!!!!!!!
https://jira.secondlife.com/browse/STORM-1037

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two problems....

  1. voting is dead (you must "watch" and be spammed)
  2. RZ modified it's policy to require consent for viewing alts, you'll need a dog to kick (I hear that quickpro is da ebil)

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This has nothing to do with RZ its about transperancy... with the media explot soo another RZ like system. dont grow roots.. maybe you should of read the Jira...

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hey, you were the one that brought up RZ... and not only did I read the jira, I commented... AGAINST it =)

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I did bring up RZ. stating dont let the work we have done be for nothing. There are still sercurity holes that need to be patched. This is the first step to many of them. It making any media that attempts to connect to our PC's transperant. As users we have that right, to see what is attempting to acsess our systems.

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I was just able to vote on this JIRA. Voting doesn't stop until March 8th on JIRA's. And there is a petition in the works to have LL reconsider taking JIRA voting away. Which most of already know that JIRA was one of the key factors in making the Lindens aware of this problem with Redzone. It's one of the few ways to directly contact them about any problems when they arise in Second Life. Watching is not the same thing as voting and does nothing more than to tick residents off by spamming their email inboxes. whatever.gif

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Voted and Watched.

I think even more important is another jira that would have LL viewers adopt the same URL pre-screening as all the third party viewers are scrambling to get in place.

None of this is going to be enough to salvage Shared Media (dammit), but the pre-screening is absolutely necessary for any LL viewer to have users, and both are essential to the survival of in-world live music or DJs.  Yeah, the game has changed a bit for them: it's possible that a few more folks will use audio streams outside the hosting parcel, but it's always been possible to do that--in fact, it could never be made impossible.  Now, however, any attempt to hide a stream would be universally assumed to be an attempt to harvest data, and every newbie would be advised never, ever, to enable Media or Audio.

And yeah, it has everything to do with LL's handling of "Redgate".  If the Lab had promptly permabanned the scammer and bricked the devices, folks might believe that the policy measures had enough teeth to deter future large-scale abuses.  That, however, is not what happened, and nobody will trust hidden in-world streams again.

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Qie Niangao wrote:

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And yeah, it has everything to do with LL's handling of "Redgate".  If the Lab had promptly permabanned the scammer and bricked the devices, folks might believe that the policy measures had enough teeth to deter future large-scale abuses.  That, however, is not what happened, and nobody will trust hidden in-world streams again.

 

That !        ( Because "This!" is sooooooo last forum.)

 

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Raul Rehnquist wrote:

I was just able to vote on this JIRA. Voting doesn't stop until March 8th on JIRA's. And there is a petition in the works to have LL reconsider taking JIRA voting away. Which most of already know that JIRA was one of the key factors in making the Lindens aware of this problem with Redzone. It's one of the few ways to directly contact them about any problems when they arise in Second Life. Watching is not the same thing as voting and does nothing more than to tick residents off by spamming their email inboxes.
whatever.gif

Don't you think that the multitude of RZ-related threads in the old GD had something to do with LL noticing an 'issue'?  Sheesh, one could not miss all of those threads.  Like spam, they were.

 

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Venus Petrov wrote:

 

Raul Rehnquist wrote:

I was just able to vote on this JIRA. Voting doesn't stop until March 8th on JIRA's. And there is a petition in the works to have LL reconsider taking JIRA voting away. Which most of already know that JIRA was one of the key factors in making the Lindens aware of this problem with Redzone. It's one of the few ways to directly contact them about any problems when they arise in Second Life. Watching is not the same thing as voting and does nothing more than to tick residents off by spamming their email inboxes.
whatever.gif

Don't you think that the multitude of RZ-related threads in the old GD had something to do with LL noticing an 'issue'?  Sheesh, one could not miss all of those threads.  Like spam, they were.

 

I did say one of the key factors. To answer your question, at that time it wasn't clear that any Linden other than Torley even looked at the GD forum at all. But we do know they directly handle all JIRA issues.

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:smileytongue:

Thank you its a top by Just Me.

and please everyone get out there and Vote. and watch. I am pretty sure we all know of the changes coming to the Jira system.... so goo button happy on that issues and both Vote and watch...

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