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Virgin is banning the use of ‘certain’ Dell and Apple laptops. Certain? How will they possibly enforce this? Has it occurred to them that the same manufacturer for Dell and Apple also makes the batteries for Sony and others?

What bothers me so much about current security policies is their implementation – cumbersome, half-arsed, and complicated. Everything a good security and safety policy shouldn’t be. Dell rightly says this is an overreaction. I’d call it plain stupid.

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  1. By Jon Beattie on September 19th, 2006 at 2:01 am

    I was on a Qantas flight last week and once everyone had boarded they made an announcement asking passengers to contact the cabin crew if they were carrying a Dell laptop. Maybe they issue you with a fire extinguisher. They didn’t seem to have a problem with Apple.

  2. By Amal on July 6th, 2012 at 6:44 am

    dayum yo! the blog is lookin’ sharp! I think the benanr right thingy with Chantelle should be larger or something though. sick tumbler / twitter feeds!! you’re blog is sicker than mine now!!! asshole. I wish mine had comments!!

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