No football club is successful without hard work.
- Oct 19, 2015
I don't sense any hint of conspiracy in the article. The article highlighted the fact that many people use passwords that are way too easy to crack. For example, the name of their local football team. "Liverpool" just so happened to be the most commonly used name; "Chelsea" came second.I dont have a central point yet, but I think its a strange article in totality, whereas the main thrust of it is 12345 and other such bad passwords, and various other examples of bad passwords are mentioned, but the BBC deems it fit to attach a photo of Klopp and Henderson to the article, yet Liverpool are only mentioned as ONE example of using obvious passwords. Of all the photographs to be attached to this story, they choose Liverpool. I find that skewed. But I asked what is the signification of the article?
Whoever was responsible for editing the article obviously wanted a picture to head the piece and decided that a picture of our manager and captain would be the most eye-catching.