Well done. You realise that this story will be reported in tomorrow's Daily Mail as 'Twitter Steals Apple Users' Bank Details'?
That's a low commwnt.
...and needed some people to work there.
It was until not too long ago, completely illegal. You could not bugger anyone, for whatever reason, without risking the full wrath of the law. It was first codified in the Buggery Act of 1533.
I was being sarcastic. UK prisons are somewhat overcrowded, badly-run and in many cases, decrepit.
No, murder still attracts a life sentence. That sentence will be at least 10 years before parole is even considered. But your point is valid: this victimless crime attracts a potentially higher prison sentence than many violent crimes.
That's a relief. What with all those spare cells in UK prisons I was worried that some prisons might have to close down.
...from the numerous Stargate SG-1 episodes I've seen, the Zat'nik'tel seems to work effectively in the Canadian forests.
What's an 'IT stud'? Is it the geek with the biggest hard drive?
They recently taped out a Cortex-A7 processor with this technology, calling it a significant milestone for the fabless ecosystem."
I'm very good at the English language but I have no idea what this means. How do you 'tape out' a processor? What's a 'fabless ecosystem'? (The rainforests are rather wonderful, I hear.)
Sorry - 'Starmer', not 'Starmer-Smith'. He's a completely different person!
Isn't this 'chilling' as in 'relaxing'? It certainly doesn't worry me and looks as though Starmer-Smith is seeking to tackle the problem in a measured, sensible fashion.
Maybe I missed it but I don't recall 800 imams congregating in London to protest about the shooting of a fourteen-year old girl by Taleban psychopaths.
'watching a video recording, reading an electronic book, playing a game, or listening to an audio recording.'
People pay to do these things? Who knew?