Of course, when politely asked by the SVR to 'return' these documents and delete any copies, everyone will comply, right?
Not to worry, the NSA already has you taken care of.
In this case I'd have to say, "who care how they got their hands on this data" and hope they do more work like this.
Eat the rich.
Man, that mission control is probably more fun than a barrel full of monkeys...
Hopefully there wasn't any monkey business on the pad before the launch, causing the failure...
...unless you're posting photographs of the police acting in an assinine manner, then, of course, you'll get arrested for violating their privacy.
This sounds like the next super awesome Tom Clancy novel. John Clark will be all cyborged out.
More likely this is going to be the supragrid where the huge alien craft will come to suck our energy away. (Think "V" The mini-series)
Tungsten, not titanium. Tungsten is heavy, titanium is light, you want heavy, dense materials for kinetic weapons.
Judging from a past encounter with a guy claiming to be a firefighter in Bozeman, I now wondering if they've been having problems with city employees posting questionable material. A while back I got into a bit of an argument with some guy claiming to be a firefighter from Bozeman, MT when he posted some racist garbage about President Obama on a friend's Facebook wall.
I still have a screen shot of it and I'm now tempted for forward it along.
I'm curious about the 4th Amendment aspects of this.
Since U.S. customs can pretty much search your laptop with impunity at the border, what about this thing since it's part of your "person".
I work for a medium-sized University and I'm curious what the CIO is going to say about this. He's the one who pushed the Ruckus thing through on our campus and I suspect this'll lead to a bit of egg on his face.
I dunno, I guess I was just uncomfortable with the thought of putting all of my eggs (my music library) into one basket. (The Ruckus DRM servers)