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At least one important person in the industry has blamed malicious insiders of causing problems. Stanford did not admit about 41 students who hacked into their computers to see if they received early admission and another Ivy League was accused of hacking into another Ivy League to see which students they might not admit. The point is it can be difficult to know if there is a problem with the computer, program or application, typing, operating system, or network. Rarely is privacy properly protected in schools or public places because they tend to buy the least expensive systems, and/or they buy from the wrong suppliers. Likely the free system is the most secure. They tend to buy what most people think they will use or demand. Kickbacks are likely. Almost all applications, especially designed by the government have bugs. The government has union workers and they tend to not be paid well. The free programs or application may be the best. Do the villains in Antitrust (2001), Center of the World, The Dark Knight and Bless the Child (2000) resemble possible hacker William N. Joy, co-founder of Sun Microsystems? Does the Joker in The Dark Knight believe in the The Butterfly Effect (2004), which may be understood to some as only in chaos can one person impact a system, and is that why the Joker is an Anarchist or anti-plans? Are hackers against planned behavior? Internet sites can broadcast actual torture. The Emerald City has been compared with the Internet. The Wizard of Oz (1939) is a favorite at the Stanford Movie theater in Palo Alto of Silicon Valley in the summer.
Computer problems and malicious code are common.
The cost of a Computer or Computer Program doesn't mean it has high value, or reflect its value.