Hacking websites = terrorism now ?
Everything is terrorism now. See, e.g., "terroristic threatening."
Hacking websites = terrorism now ?
Everything is terrorism now. See, e.g., "terroristic threatening."
He's a very naughty boy!
I'm sure defacing websites may be some sort of crime, but terrorism? Terrorism seems to have suffered from mission creep. Defacing websites may be highly annoying, but probably ought to qualify as a semi-legitimate form of protest.
Sure it's well vetted. But consider that you often don't know by whom. Lots of eyes on code does open up the potential for having a few Byzantine generals.
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If you were lost in Manhattan, chances are fairly good that you could walk to shelter before succumbing to the elements. And the Atacama is just about all dry and cold every day of the year.
Tell that to the forty or so homeless people a year who die of exposure in NYC.
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You're wrong. Snowden chose publicity as his defence, so not NSA, nor FSB could have easily "disappeared" him without repercussions.
What repercussions? Son, in case you hadn't noticed, Russia is a world superpower and has been adopting a stronger and stronger military stance ever since Putin seized control.
Tell that whole "public" business to Alexander Litvinenko, whom Russia not only assassinated him, but did so in a purposefully highly visible, slow, unpreventable way.
Nevermind you're assuming a Russian Snowden would have even had a chance to go public before he was killed or captured. The only other country I can think of that is as bold about their clandestine ops is Israel. Russian Snowden would get a bullet to the brain and written up as a street crime and the world wouldn't blink a single eye.
You recall correctly. I should add a disclaimer here as I do not wish to misrepresent my knowledge of the situation. I am not a nuclear engineer, I am an electrical engineer. I have some knowledge of physics, chemistry, and thermodynamic that applies to power plant operation but no intimate knowledge of Fukushima or any specific nuclear reactor, just general knowledge of how they work. With that out of the way...
Fukushima is (or perhaps more accurately, was) like most every nuclear power plant operating today. The reactor core is made of metals, which will begin to melt at somewhere around 2000C, and concrete, which will decompose at about 600C. The normal operating temperature is likely to be in the 300C to 450C range. Should cooling be lost the reactor temperature will rise. Even with the fission stopped by the control systems the fission products will still decay and produce a non-trivial amount of power. No cooling and the temperature will almost certainly rise to the point where the materials holding it together will fail.
Fukushima required active cooling to prevent this melt down. They had the primary pumps that ran off the steam from the reactors. There was emergency cooling that ran off electricity. There was most certainly a system or several for the conditions in between the two. With the primary pumps down because the reactor was not operating there was only the secondary systems operating. These needed electricity to operate. The tsunami knocked out the grid power and the on-site backup generators. What remained was battery power.
When the batteries ran out things got hot. Hot enough to disassociate water and melt most steels, over 2000C. The water not only boiled it broke down into hydrogen and oxygen. With all this stuff breaking down because of the heat the fuel would fall away from the control systems and pile up on the bottom of the reactor. It piled high enough that critical mas would be reached with the enriched uranium and some fission would occur. This makes things hotter.
This pile of hot fuel would burn through the metal and concrete until it melted and mixed with enough of that metal and concrete that it no longer had critical mass. My use of the words "runaway reactions" was a poor choice. The fission that occurs after loss of coolant didn't runaway like the "China Syndrome" myth but it was most certainly uncontrolled.
Modern reactor designs avoid this meltdown by using things like convective cooling, gravity fed cooling, unenriched fuel, and materials with more favorable thermal qualities. I've been doing some self study on molten salt reactors and there are some very nice safety features. One is a "freeze plug" that will melt and drain the liquid reactor fuel into tanks designed to prevent fission, and can be cooled with passive methods should temperatures get too high. Another safety feature is that the liquid fuel will boil away before the containment materials will melt. This is a last resort safety as we don't want radioactive gases floating into the atmosphere but this would be preferable to uncontrolled fission boiling away all the coolant and burning its way through the containment structure.
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Failing to use it reduces your customer/client/whatever base
So I risk alienating a potential customer and their money, thus should accept paypal and risk having that customer send me money that I quite possibly will never see?
Doesn't sound like too much of a risk either way as both end up with me not getting paid, so might as well go the least effort route.
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Only in theory. In practice, they'll reverse your edits if you're anonymous.
"They" will revert vandalism and other inappropriate edits regardless of whether you are logged in or not. Likewise "they" often keep good edits from editors who are not logged in. Feel free to provide links here to reasonable edits (as diffs) that were reverted just because you were "anonymous", and I'll probably be able to tell you exactly why they were reverted. (Disclosure: I am a frequent editor of Wikipedia - registered with a different name there to what I use here.)
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>. I should be able to charge whatever I want to license the patents I own.
Except that these patents were promised to be FRAND and hence were included in the standard implemented in hundreds of millions of routers and videos. Turning around and extorting based on those is breach of contract, plain and simple, which the jury agreed with.
Don't you think FRAND patents should have restrictions on them or should, say Nokia, be allowed to charnge $10B dollars for licensing patents related to your phone being able to talk to millions of 3G GSM towers around the world?
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I don't know why you saw all that; I saw nothing like that when I visited (Safari with pop-up & flash blocke... oh)...
how do we know that the session keys are chosen securely and not divulged with steganography somehow? I know that products have existed which did exactly that, revealing part of the encryption key in the encrypted data stream (and I know that because the vendor was fairly open about the practice).
If you're going to make such a massive claim, you need to back it up. Name the vendor/manufacturer and equipment, or I, and every other slashdot reader, will consider this bullshit.
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The post isn't scapegoating anybody but stating facts.
By 2012, more debt was added during Obama's presidency than both of W's terms.
Obama promised to end both wars and close Guantanamo. None of those happened.
Obama signed the warrantless wiretap extension in 2012 after claiming he would end the practice in 2008.
His presidency has seen programs like PRISM vastly expanded beyond what W started.
Lastly, the saber rattling and threats of military strikes against Syria is clearly happening during his presidency.
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