Not unless you use a hidden camera. If you use a visible camera and no one objects, you can assume their implicit permission. Hidden camera though, yes, that would be illegal, so would google glass on most European beaches.
This is getting in line with the rest of Europe as it gives the same privacy rights that most European countries have. This is nothing new or spectacular, it is common legal status in many countries and doesn't cause nearly the amount of trouble Anglo-saxon privacy haters think.
No these laws are the similar to those of many European countries. Google has had to pay fines over the street maps, and blur all faces and license plates, but it is perfectly possible as it has been done for many countries.
The title and summary are clearly slanted by how it describes the case as Apple demanding $40 per Samsung device, then uses that claim to say Apple "is asking for obscenely high patent royalties". If you read the rest of the summary carefully (no, I didn't read the article!), what is happening is an Apple expert witness will be presenting evidence that the patents in use by Samsung are worth (by his judgement) $40 per device.
Being an expert witness for Apple he is payed by Apple, so that what Apple payed him to say.
It is local address. He just trolled you. Kind of like saying you are using 127.0.0.2
How big of a crybaby do you need to be to need a cryengine to automate if for you?
Also a cryengine with steam? Isn't that a big dangerous for your face?
A limited subset, as in every PC game that still supports WinXP. Which is practically all of them.
4G is LTE. What some carriers in the US did was sell HSDPA as 4G, but in Europe that has mostly been advertised as 3.5G.
So, instead of protests *for* better regulation and better technical equipment, all we'll see are protests *against* oil.
Try reading the comments before commenting on the comments. There is not such thing here. The only ones being irrational here are you preemptively defensive oil shills. Please wait with being defensive only someone attacks your position.
In theory it would be better if the clock didn't change and everyone just adjusted their schedules, but it is easier to change time itself than to deal with corporate bureacracy and feet draging.
And who doesn't like more daytime?
An encrypted channel is by definition private communication. This is a third party eavesdroping on an EXPLICITLY private conversion between two other people. You can not sign this right away. They can block all encrypted channels if they want (no private conversions), but they can not allow private conversions and then secretly eavesdrop on them.
A domain cert is not a root cert. Note however if they use it to break SSL they are in volation of most EU privacy laws. Employers can not even read employees emails, even if they are on a central company email server and their official company email. So no, it doesn't matter who owns the network, everyone is entitled to privacy and you can not sign it away.
I am not asking you to break the law or go against explit commands, I am asking you to admit is wrong and protest it. If everyone just accept wrongdoings everyone else will think this is acceptable.
Just because it is normal doesn't mean it is legal, and if it is legal it doesn't mean it is right or ethical. In most European countries this would be very illegal.
Yes, but if they have proxy or intelligent firewall, they can rewrite or redirect all connections to something using one of their own certificates derived from their own root instead of the original.
This is why root CAs are "BAAAAD" as you put it. They can intercept everything.