Most of our outages were due to transmission line faults (a.k.a. 'the grid'). The local power company also pulled the plug on a bunch of circuits to reduce load when they lost their transmission lines. Because they didn't want to pay wheeling charges to use parallel public utilities' lines that were still in operation.
You must be holding it wrong.
You don't have the McAfee removal instructions yet? (NSFW)
Why not play Moonlight Sonata? The intelligence is just about as effective as it was for Coventry.
You forgot to include a picture.
I'm just surprised that the US Army had room in the training program for them, what with all the Zetas we had enrolled.
It seems that Woolsey is a member in good standing. It is pretty well understood by now that the Paris terrorists did not use encrypted apps, PlayStations, Bitcoins or any of the other TLA bugaboos. So what Snowden revealed had absolutely nothing to do with the success of these attacks. In fact, given the capabilities of the various intelligence agencies that ES revealed, I'm surprised that this attack wasn't prevented completely. But that can be explained easily by sheer incompetence.
The CIA/NSA/FBI and its foreign counterparts may have honest and capable employees, who would never abuse their position of trust in the handing of our personal data. But their upper management appears to be populated by a bunch of senile old coots who couldn't run WalMart's loss prevention department. And who can be conned into handing a complete dump of their customer data to any sleazy telemarketer.
I wonder how many people would have been accidentally shot, shot because they "looked like a terr'ist",
Probably less than 89. The most accidental shots would be one CW carrier shooting another because he/she was carrying a gun. And since that's a risk people choose to take, not as bad as shooting innocent bystanders.
This is something that as the CEO of a cell phone company you could fight against.
If you wanted to be harrassed by TLAs for the rest of your life.
I have a phone that displays the difference between a secure call/data connection and an unsecure (unencrypted) one. It is an ancient Motorola RAZR V3. Now, correct me if I'm wrong, but in the case of more modern phones, this feature has been dropped. And I'd guess that this was at the request of law enforcement.
Stop? What are you talking about? Are you unfamiliar with the Agile Development paradigm?
about:config > toggle dom.storage.enable to False
and then watch Slashdot start to blow chunks. We're being tracked by Dice along with the best (worst) data scrappers.
"Love your country but never trust its government." -- from a hand-painted road sign in central Pennsylvania