Canada did respond by banning Rushdie's "Satanic Verses" as hate speech.
Voicemail is not obsolete. What is obsolete is coca-cola's telephone system.
Their voicemail would be more widely used if Coca-Cola upgraded their phone system so that: voicemail can be forwarded as email, voicemail can be automatically transcribed and emailed, voicemail can be forwarded to cell phones, their phones were able to receive and send SMS messages, etc.
I did similar. My message was "please do not leave a message I rarely check my messages, instead do X". Did not work. People left messages anyway. I instead I turned off voicemail and now they do not hear any instructions on how to leave me a message.
I would not pay more than $50 million for it.
> First of all, the movie isn't a product of the USA government.
Yes it is. The movie was prescreened to the White House and the White House was asked for input on the movie. The White House explicitly asked for the execution of the NK leader to be retained in the film.
Awesome missile for sending one of India's Hydrogen bombs to any city on the planet.
https will not stop mass metadata collection.
My town has originally built on a grid like pattern. The town has placed barriers in streets in order to create a tree like pattern.
That is one theory, another approach is to use science on what has proven to work: http://www.nwcr.ws/ A database of those who have successfully lost weight and kept it off and how they did it.
You should probably send your idea to these researchers. They likely have never heard of it and did not realize they are wasting their time with this study.
The messages from the hackers contain some grammatical errors. These grammatical errors provide a clue as to the hacker's native language. My guess is Eastern European.
Sony was sued over the PS3 hacking. The judge ruled Sony owes their customers nothing.
Nonsense. The US spent 5 billion.
Mike Weatherley MP, the recent IP advisor to Prime Minister David Cameron, has published several piracy reports including one earlier in the year examining the advertising revenue on pirate sites. He believes that companies with no direct connection to the hack or subsequent leaks should shoulder some blame.
“Piracy is a huge international problem. The recent cyber-attack on Sony and subsequent release of films to illegal websites is just one high-profile example of how criminals exploit others’ Intellectual Property,” Weatherley writes in an email to TF.
“Unfortunately, the theft of these films – and their subsequent downloads – has been facilitated by web-hosting companies and, ultimately, ISPs who do have to step-up and take some responsibility.”
Weatherley doesn’t provide detail on precisely why web-hosts and ISPs should take responsibility for the work of malicious hackers (possibly state-sponsored) and all subsequent fall out from attacks. The theory is that “something” should be done, but precisely what remains elusive."
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If I had a choice of 10 ISPs, at least one of them would offer net neutral access without any government regulation.