> I know, but we have dissenters. That's a sign that the ground for a change has
> not been flattened everywhere. I'm neither for it nor against it, but hums and
> haws at meetings don't amount to a decision one way or the other. The
> objections raised should be answered by the programme.
We should check the security implications. This includes the potential problems that Simon Fayer has highlighted, and see whether they can be resolved. Basically, we need to ensure that this does not effectively introduce a vulnerability where users can e.g. access information or data they should not, and that of course actions are also traceable.
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