Virgina's Attorney General is of the opinion is that using cameras to collect plate information is not legal unless its directly related to a criminal case. Apparently that hasn't affected the practice too much.
try "computer, enhance
"The U.S. National Security Agency knew for at least two years about a flaw in the way that many websites send sensitive information, now dubbed the Heartbleed bug, and regularly used it to gather critical intelligence, two people familiar with the matter said.""
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So, tax 'em, and deny them any representation?
rewriting data compromises data on the next track, which needs to be read/written, which compromises...
So you need to rewrite the whole damn 5TB disk?
"higher bit densities come with a penalty"
That sounds like an understatement.
You're gonna want to get rid of all that DRAM you've got then
I wonder if this is related to the problem BBC found with providing a time-zone accurate data to global users.
There might be some risk associated with providing a time service accurate everywhere, when you can't possibly know how the users depend on it
Segura's on first.
... it only goes to 11
Looking at the ads alone will give you a ton of ideas
So, you WANT your daughter to have a webcam in her room that callers control? A lot of parents seem to be going in the other direction
Wait a minute - I thought we were all agreed that an IP address is not a person
Fireball XL5, baby!
If I recall TeX lore correctly, Knuth took a sidetrack to develop a system that would render his books the way he wanted the material to be presented. Today, you can't read his books on an e-reader
E-readers will be mature when Knuth will sell you his books in e-reader form.