No, no, no. It's granny's 1930s music that makes their heads explode. Did you not watch the documentary?
Not to worry, they still have patents they can troll with for at least a couple of decades to come.
This is exactly what the NSA _should_ be doing. It's too bad that they have spent so much focus on stuff _other_ than this.
Which begs the question, how come this was not among the first things touted as their reason for being? How come this was not mentioned before Congress? Or to the media? How come this whole thing sounds utterly made up?
Basically yes. And knowing the police here, they're probably more afraid of him than trying to punish him. We have a huge problem with people in prison getting their hands on cell phones. A few months ago it was even documented on camera how friends of inmates would walk up to a prison wall shared with an alley in Copenhagen and throw cell phones across.
Warg + cell phone + solitary = somebody's missiles will launch.
Right, because a problem has never come up despite prior testing...
You are absolutely right that change logs are one part of a suite of tools / information sources we use when tracking a bug or problem. But out here in the real world I really do see way too many cases of the reverse. Install without thinking, then check the change log to try and salvage what is left of your ego.
Not only that, but when something goes wrong after upgrading something, it's useful to be able to say "ok, what's changed since the last version...".
No, you do that before you upgrade and you use the changelog to determine whether you should upgrade at all. If you're doing it in reverse, its your own damn fault.
I see your point. But liability and truth are not the same thing, and losing in court has nothing to do with truth either.
Paper bags are also rain-degradable.
Who the fuck writes a text spamming bot in 2013 and then has a fixed size text buffer???
Yes, that is exactly it. If we ignore the technicality that no life ever touched another planetary body on purpose, you'd be spot on. Spacesuits and shit be damned, let's mangle reality to fit our agenda. Go, go gadget tinfoil hat - DEPLOY!
The problem is not the rich spending their money trying to influence policy, that is to be expected, similar to how we expect a prisoner to attempt escape if left unguarded. Human nature and all that bullshit. The problem is that it is possible to spend money to influence policy. Politicians who were not so easily bribed would secure an equal voice for any citizen, no matter their luck/skill in other things.
Well, if I'm the driver in the adjacent car I'd make very sure that your brand new Ford has a shiny new scratch on its side. I'll take my keys out of I have to.
How would they know that if they don't have enough spying powers to know that?
Locks don't make secure doors, doors do. If you wish to enter, the type of lock on the door is not going to deter you. Electronic locks are not more or less secure, it is just a different set of crooks that are able to get through them without leaving traces.