So is North Korea.
Of COURSE wireless carriers are draconian.
They transmit everything through the air. Dragons fly in the air. Therefore they're draconian.
Where does Game of Thrones fit in that list? Or do adaptations of books also count?
Which means it has been like this for ALL OF THEIR LIVES.
At least old people have the excuse that it's relatively new to them.
> Writing a fancy word.
> And doing it incorrectly.
Wasn't there a case not that long ago where a judge allowed a summons to be sent through Facebook because that was the only way of reaching someone? Combine that with this and you have a rather scary scenario.
"Meh, I'm bored. Nothing ever happens on my WAIT THAT GUY LOOKS LIKE THAT PHOTO I SAW LAST WEEK!" *bullrush*
See, this is the kind of thing we have RIGHT NOW.
Yeah, those. What of it? You don't have that in America?
The first thing to spring to mind about false positives is they'll (in most cases, one would hope) be pulled aside and questioned, while the Glass runs a more in-depth analysis of their face rather than just the quick scan necessary to look out over a crowd. Various science-fiction movies and shows already give ideas in this regard, I believe. It's not like computerized facial recognition when a police officer looks at you is a new idea.
the computer networks of the U.S. Army and several tech companies
It's right there in the summary.
No, those are the hottest things, not the coolest.
What if you can't recall the name of the program, but you know you'll recognize it the moment you see its folder in the
Not entirely sure what you mean by downloading offline, whether you mean pirating for offline use or buying at a store.
Yes, let's go back in time twenty years to when brick and mortar stores were all the rage rather than following technological evolution because a few powerhouse ISPs want to have their cake and eat it too.
It's not just movies, though Netflix has been the visible player in all of this.
Imagine if Valve and Comcast can't reach an agreement. Whoops, suddenly your Steam library downloads at 10 KB/s. Or that MMO you play, their latest 10 GB download for the next expansion comes down at that speed because you're with Time Warner. Wanna try out a beta for a game? No agreement signed, you'll be ready to play in a week.
This is not just solved by RL rental stores or pirating. Oh, and if this non-neutrality goes through, rest assured that P2P can suddenly be throttled to effectively a trickle.
how do you identify these rouge, unlicensed website operators?
By catching them red-handed.