I once saw a flying saucer on a parachute after taking some LDSD, so getting a kick out of this...
Yah, it's MBii...
Anybody that quotes the Heritage Foundation is easily deluded. Maybe you can quote Fox News while you're at it? Give me a break.
"countries could be barred from trying to control where their citizens' personal data is held or whether it's accessible from outside the country"
The businesses pushing for this are the same businesses that are going to throw a fit when this affects them.
When's the last time it was every six months?
Hint: It was probably sometime back when the release was two CDs, and not 6 CDs and 2 double-sided DVDs.
The end game here is to phase out cursive entirely, then a couple generations down the road, nobody can read it, and thus the US Constitution (written in cursive) will be meaningless gibberish to the common man, and then "they" can tell them what it actually "says" with their own injected bias.
Next up, a cashless society...
Now there's a good parent! I should do the same for mine. Just have to dust off my old C64.
I remember when first getting into Linux, I had a HORRIBLE time figuring out what 'ln' (link) did, cause all the docs skipped around defining it.
I wrote up some real world docs way back then and they turned into one of the most popular posts of all time on my site:
I see what you did there...
I've always heard it as "Shitty Ass Program".
If their plan is to get more third parties to go along with their DRM, then they haven't really learned a thing yet.
Oh yah, bitch cause the Windows of old was insecure. Then bitch when they add security to the system. What you are disabling is a security setting that completely disables some things unless you specifically enable them. Not broken, it's called enabling a feature that isn't used on a standard user's machine.
The sheer amount of typing? Tab is your friend. Learn it, use it, love it.