Suppose you have several pirates in different markets with different accounts that all buy the ebook and diff those. If done once, it's really hard to narrow it down to any one of them. If they keep using different accounts for future purchases and add their own alterations to the pirated copy (to confuse the detector), it makes them practically impossible to trace.
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My comment was meant as a joke, I guess that didn't go through
I think it's a pretty cool technology, too
Great, thanks. It's not as if we didn't have to deal with that already.
Looks like almost $60k and they haven't withdrawn their support (yet?)
If this becomes commercially available... and if Cavendish survives that long
Some men just want to watch the world burn
Sam, get some sleep. You're very tired.
The metallic reflective layer is NOT where the information is stored, it just aids in the information retrieval. In other words, this method might not destroy the data at all. It's true that it's pretty hard to get the data back, but depending on various conditions it may not be impossible.
Most likely T-mobile, since pretty much nothing else lets you use 3G on N900
But I'd like to know for sure, too
Easy for you to say if you don't want to play a game that's only available for PS3, for instance MGS4.
If I understand TFA correctly, these sensors act as a radar, except they analyze EM fields (which are distorted by metal cars) within the working radius
Fedora 14 here with OSS ATI drivers
Chromium works fine; Firefox 4b7 works (slow~ish, after updating extensions), Firefox 4b8 (JS preview build) doesn't work