If you want an open source "something like btsync," check out Syncthing.
Unless you were, say, in
/etc, this wouldn't really do much harm. The only file containing a . in my / is initrd.img, which even if it weren't a symlink, is easy to to regenerate.
It would be amazing if he added a share-alike clause to licensing these patents. That is to say, make it free to use any of Tesla's patents, under the condition that you provide the same free access, under the same conditions, to any technology your company develops as a derivitave.
This is why I constantly fear for my life and don't ever go out after dark in the multicultural hell hole of violence and degeneracy that is Canada.
They could also theoretically be required to update the extension to a backdoored version; on a mass scale it would probably be noticed, but if done in an individual, targeted basis, it could probably pass unseen. Even that is a step in the right direction though; the problem with mass surveilence is that it is just that, en masse; if it's forced down to individual persons of interest, well, then that's definitely a good thing.
That's kind of the point of this extension...
So is this Apple's answer to Vegemite? Definitely a bold move from Mr. Cook.
Will it count against the data, or will it be counted per minute? Per byte sounds more reasonable.
Do you have any doubt that it will be counted as both?
So I need to go back to lugging my safe around?
In the computer dev context, I thought it might have meant breaking/deleting/shttuing off their development environments/computers.
This was also the first thing I thought of. While the summary crosses ethilcal lines with talk about virtually limitless sentences, I think this is a potentially *more* humane form of punishment than what we do now. Of course in the DS9 episode, it was unjustly administered and the virtual prision conditions were awful, but this sort of treatment could mitigate some of the reintegration problems that people coming out of prison experience. They could serve a 10 year sentence without missing 10 years of their family's life, of cultural advance, of lost wages, and so on.
So do they have the cooperation of the target country? Or have the infiltrated the entire communications infrastructure of the world? This is really creepy.
Install Emacs. All you'll need then is a text editor.
You can also get the paper books far cheaper if you buy them used. You can also sell them after you're done with them. It's called ownership, and it's becoming less and less accepted by the copyright industry.