Something tells me this is not our Sentinel and SafeNetwork.
Generic word usage … but still unfortunate. Hopefully the design and capability will make obvious the difference so it doesn’t cause anyone real confusion.
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Don’t forget that this is the SAFE Network (the capital letters aren’t without a reason because it stands for Secure Access For Everyone). I do see this being written as Safe or safe sometimes so it’s important to write it as SAFE to avoid any (future) confusions.
All good design is fool-proof as well as full-proof. People do not always pay attention to what is in front of them. I expect so long as we don’t start talking of Safenet, then it should be obvious enough.
Use of S.A.F.E. might help too…