So... they should disable all plugins like Java and Flash and not let the user authorize anything? That would never work.
I probably have this gene. I doubt they'll be able to find a cure for it. Even if they did, I'm sure I wouldn't be able to afford it. There'll probably be some horrible side effects, too—there always are. Bummer...
It has come to this.
The Guardian article about NSA's XKeyscore shows that they sweep up referrer information from general internet traffic, which includes the Google search terms. So they don't need to see your actual Google activity when they can see where you go from there.
Tresorit is another Dropbox clone with client-side encryption. I couldn't find any information about it beyond the marketing materials though.
Raw video of the crash: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEDZerwU7uE
I think "began to cartwheel" is not a bad description. It's pretty incredible so many people walked away.
Isn't this similar to the 3D Sweep Panorama feature that has been available in some Sony cameras and smartphones since 2010?
If only the NSA would let us join their social network we'd live in a safer world.
Good news! You can indeed join the NSA's social network. In fact you probably already have!
I bought my current laptop from the Microsoft Store and it came with the Signature setup. It did have a very minimal set of third-party programs (mostly driver-related utilities), but Microsoft added a bunch of their Bing and Windows Live stuff. I suppose Microsoft doesn't think any of their own software is crap, but I'm sure Norton doesn't either.