So basically all the crappy bits you don't want on mobile anyway are missing. What a shame.
The search results thing is not the right to be forgotten. Some stupid journalists got confused and called it that, but that was actually just existing data protection rules dating back to the mid 90s.
The right to be forgotten is still being looked at, but basically will allow EU citizens to require companies to delete data supplied by them (accounts, uploaded photos etc.) on request. The data must really be deleted, not just marked as dormant or whatever.
You could do things like splitting email addresses off into a different database on a different server and just keeping a hash in the main one, but it's only mm marginally better. Basically you can't be both secure and provide this kind of service.
As well as the terrible male to female ratio (16:1) the other big issue here is that deleted accounts were not really deleted. The European Right to be Forgotten is designed to force companies operating in the EU to really delete accounts, and this illustrates why it is needed.
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TOR worked pretty well for Snowden.
It boils down to how interesting you are. Unless you are already on their radar and doing something extremely bad they probably won't even try, and certainly won't want to reveal their capabilities just to get at you.
As for GTA, violence against both sexes is equally bad. However, there is a problem with violence against prostitutes in real life, and it's fine for people to be upset about that. It doesn't mean they don't care about violence against men, which is also a huge problem, it just means they identified a specific issue to tackle. I don't know why that is so hard to understand.
As for GoT, the guy is clearly evil, period. Both acts were sex crimes, and if we are making a comparison it seems like mental and physical torture over a period of years is the greater crime.
You don't need a licence just to own a TV. You only need one if you watch live TV. Simply watch recordings on iPlayer and other streaming services and you don't need a TV licence.
As a bonus if you don't have one the TV licencing authority will send you a free supply of kindling every month, in handy paper format. There might be some vague threats printed on it, but you can ignore those.
How about IoT development? Lots of devices can run Perl and Python, and it seems like the industry badly needs some experience on the security front.
Where are you?
Currently in the UK it isn't easy for developers. There is a lot of downward pressure on wages, and insane house prices make relocating difficult. The possible exit from the EU has thrown things up in the air too, with my own company already seeing European customers hold off until they know what is happening.
Wages have only just reached 2008 levels again, but growth is very slow. For older developers it's hard to convince employers to meet your needs.
Charging at petrol stations isn't very practical. The best thing about EV charging is that you don't have to go out if your way. Charge at home or work, or at your destination. Shopping centres and car parks are where you need chargers, and they can be fairly slow 7kW ones too so infrastructure is less of an issue.
Wu called upon Columbus, Ohio prosecuting attorney Ron O'Brien to issue a subpoena for the name attached to phone records. "If [O'Brien] wished, he could bring criminal charges against this man by the end of the day". She continued "there’s a longer story here about my frustration with working with law enforcement. I’m trying to get anyone to bring a case to trial. I have had dozens upon dozens of meetings, phone calls, and visits from multiple law enforcement agencies—including the Department of Homeland Security, the FBI, federal prosecutors, state prosecutors, Congress, and local police."
As well as cutting down the kernel as much as possible they have a compressed boot image. That has to be loaded into RAM and decompressed to be much larger before use.
It's China. What makes you think that a BSD style licence, or any other licence based on western copyright law, would make any difference?
Do you understand the difference between "targeted at" and "exclusively for"?