You probably shouldn't. Do you ask that question for every piece of software that you don't use?
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Are OSX application bundles able to auto-update themselves? If not, package repos (or app stores) have a serious advantage over application bundles.
Now, the concern that an organization would force it's members to either hand over it's tokens, or allow the organization to review their votes could be real. But I would go out on a limb and guess that any organization to do so would have it's ass nailed against the wall by the AG so hard and fast that the need for a colostomy bag would be a moot point.
Hopefully you're right. But will you also be right in 20 years? 50? And if you aren't, will it be possible to revert to the old system by then?
The problem is that you yourself can provide the token to, let's say, an employer forcing you to vote a certain way, an abusive spouse or someone who wants to buy your vote.
The current systems prevent that or make it hard to do in any systematic way. Even taking a picture of your ballot won't help, as you can always get it exchanged for a fresh one.
Consumers won't care the slightest
Instead it will crash when one event happens at 23:59:59.8 and another happens at 23:59:60.4 (old notation). In your proposed notation, there would be no way of knowing that event one happened before event two.
In the case of DST, most systems use UTC internally, which doesn't have a notion of DST. Or said in another way, we don't adjust the base clock, we just change time zone.
You could use Atomic time, which is basically UTC but without leap seconds.
This is about the ddos of Sony Playstation Network, not about the hack of Sony Pictures Entertainment.
Completely agree. First off, trying to upsell by giving a 10% off coupon is just lousy as hell. And especially for digital goods. And second, 5 days extension for a 4-day down time is extremely weak. It's not like they haven't had a chance to learn.
If they are set up to maximize revenue, aren't they also in places where a lot of people are speeding? The motives might not line up, but the results do.
He might not have tried to be anonymous, though. No amount of obfuscation or anonymity can stop you from proclaiming who you are.
Are there any advantages to case-sensitive file systems?
You visited their website without their prior consent, too.
A third possibility is that the sms collection code is in the program, but is never actually called.
Alternative title: If your "get" button is broken, Apple will now replace it for "free".