I am starting to think that all these articles about how worried the U.S. entities are soooo worried about data encryption being turned on by default, are just meant to lull the general public into thinking that they are safe from the NSA spying programs once again. In truth, encryption is just a minor bump in the road for them.
I wouldnt know what to do without my second screen. even on my laptop, its plugged into the 52 inch tv half the time im coding..... nothing else will do.
hence the (or why was the informing done within miles of legal jargon that is the user agreement?)
No offense to anyone, but I feel that Ubuntu is killing Linux. Its still linux, but they are making it way to easy for the average joe to use it. It is because of this that there are becoming more and more security issues with linux. The same goes with Android. BTW, i do use linux....and love it, i just try and stay away from anything Ubuntu related.
thats all you can come up with as a reply? its obvious that you choose windows because its mainstream and your too stupid and lazy to try out other alternatives and make them work for you. So how about this. come up with a viable argument, then see if you can make me eat less garbage. p.s. Its FRUIT LOOPS.
by linux, i mean the kernel. (which is all that really matters anyways) lol
lol. what a fool. linux is 20 years old and has been updated from the start. all for free too. and who the hell cares anyways, go buy your windows machines, have them work like shit, get virus's and then deal with it. have fun!
bullshit. bullshit. who cares about whether or not it gets updates? it doesn't matter in the least when it comes to who owns the software. Linux belongs to the people!
Why were the people who own these products not informed? (or why was the informing done within miles of legal jargon that is the user agreement?) I have a BIG problem with this as I believe that us Canadians still have some privacy laws left.