Well I, for one, am not installing Skynet on my computer; I've seen those Terminator movies!
Skynent/Spynet... um, two different things, I think... but I know what you mean. One day Spynet is well-intentioned and working for the greater good, catching malware and its proliferators, the next it is taking over. The machines we place all our trust in won't just be hunting nasties anymore.... article writers, bloggers and forum comedians will also be on the hit list. Nobody will be safe... unless they're 3-parts bionic, have artificial intelligence and run on a pint of Castrol.
Man, I try to be serious for once and look what I get
Well you didn't come to the asylum and expect everyone to be serious, did you?
Never mind, I have for sale a slightly used... orright, it has been used extensively, strait jacket for future visits, should you feel the need.... only $250 plus S*H.
I had a drive full of semi-irregular porn, and they wanted a 'sample'....suspicious. But I deleted it all recently in an effort to try taking life seriously.
Semi-irregular porn???? Didn't know there was such an animal.... I thought... er, heard it was either regular or irregular. So, does this semi-irregular porn cost more because it's off the beaten track... or less because they have livestock and fewer actors to pay?
Did I just ask that? Never mind... didn't wanna know, I was only asking.
As for Spynet wanting a sample, it's not likely anyone knew or saw what was on the drive, It's more likely that the Spynet software was assessing file types for viral/malware vulnerabilities, etc.... as in it needs to know what its dealing with to fight the good fight.
I must commend you on deleting all that semi-irregular porn... though perhaps you could have sent me some samples first... purely for research purposes, of course.