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Comment: Re:Who will get (Score 1) 360

by ComputersKai (#48657219) Attached to: North Korean Internet Is Down
That likely won't bother the government. They can easily perform operations through other countries.
Considering the majority likely don't even get internet (or they get the NK Govt's version of it), this probably wouldn't be that bothersome to their govt. as they probably have their own backup systems in place for access. In a way, NK has been already "cut the cable" on many things.

Comment: Re: TSA is unnecessary (Score 1) 184

by ComputersKai (#48579485) Attached to: Are the TSA's New Electronic Device Screenings Necessary?
Still, at least the cockpit entrance should have some sort of door restricting entrance, so that the few hijackers that do end up mingling among passengers won't find it easy to enter before they are apprehended. In case it's the pilot, a hundred people would have no problem breaking the door down.

Comment: Re:The missing information here: is it feasible? (Score 1) 189

by ComputersKai (#48476409) Attached to: Behind Apple's Sapphire Screen Debacle
Corning Glass did a test regarding it, but they are probably a little biased toward themselves, as they manufacture Gorilla Glass. Nevertheless, there are some advantages Gorilla Glass does have over sapphire.
I suppose sapphire glass solutions can possibly be implemented, but without some major improvements it'll probably just be a more expensive end-product with a bit more benefit.

Comment: Re:Not a win (Score 1) 228

by ComputersKai (#48313427) Attached to: New GCHQ Chief Says Social Media Aids Terrorists
Yes, the the generalization of Muslims isn't exactly accurate, but that isn't the main idea here.

Regardless of whether the post is "politically incorrect" or not, the important thing to remember is that we may eventually become just like the "evil adversary" that we don't want to become, if we continue to go on sacrificing liberties for "safety".

You knew the job was dangerous when you took it, Fred. -- Superchicken

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