I love Stallman, but I was very disappointed in this talk. I had the crazy idea that I'd watch it with my girlfriend to show her some Free software ideals, but I don't think Stallman did a good job here. He clears his throat in a strange way very often and he cut down his speech so much that a lot of the meaning is lost. I found myself mentally tuning out very quickly. I think I could do a better job of explaining his positions quickly to non-techies in an accessible way.
Which part of the police procedures say it's OK to lie about what happened out in the field?
Most games aren't that intensive, but have you seen Starcraft players?! People truly get *injuries* from their keyboards and mice from playing this physically and mentally demanding game.
Were they really snooping around this guy's email for no reason or do they check your attachments against a list of hashes of known child porn?
From what I hear all the Bitcoin nuts repeating here, Bitcoin is NOT anonymous.
The top species on this planet is, and probably always will be bacteria.
The same goes for annoying teletype font.
10 extra feet? Maybe that's the way it is in your podunk flyover town. People at LAX will literally pay hundreds of dollars for transportation from one part of the airport to another.
On android it's very possible to deny specific permissions. It's just buried deep in the settings.
America's money is not Canada's money. America doesn't pay for the Canadian government's legal defense.
Thanks for proving me wrong, I might try this out!
I imagine it's not as cheap.
Newsflash: Not everyone likes the same things you do. I don't care for eating and I can't cook. Sure there's a lot of food that tastes good, but I could live without. To me, eating is like peeing: it's something I have to do to stay alive. If I was offered the choice to never have to eat or piss again, I'd take it. I'd love to drink the same thing every day and get the perfect mix of what my body needs. I also get much more pleasure from other activities, which I would have more time for. I just hope that Soylent really is as perfect as it's creator says it is.
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Cyanogenmod has this feature, it's called Privacy Guard. It states: "When Privacy Guard is enabled, the app will not be able to access personal data such as contacts, messages or call logs."