Doesn't this mean that search engines can freely show pirate content (including Disney content) for people to find now and not lose any safe harbour provisions? Otherwise they'd be infringing patents...
I was just thinking I read this about five years ago... good guess, haha
Yes, but according to your clients, it's still your fault.
Basically an app can ask for permissions for the gyro only (if it even needs to) and be recording conversation.
I paid the $10 (or whatever it was) for KyPass on OSX. I use KeePass everywhere else. Works well for me.
Damn, the time I wish I had mod points... This is brilliant!
Do not look into headlight with remaining eye.
The last couple of Logitech's I've owned, the microswitches have died in a lot quicker than I would have expected. Not sure if it's bad luck or if the quality has dropped. If this current one dies quickly, might be time to change brands.
That's nice that something grotesque is allowed, but me trying to post some artistic nudes (even with everything hidden) get taken down...
This was exactly my thought when I read about it. Best way to ruin a company is to float it. No longer is it about the employees and customers, it's all about the shareholders.
Twitter should be blocking any post that is only a link sent to someone they've never interacted with before. That would remove 90% of the spam I receive there.
Actually most experienced developers will tell you that while backwards compatibility is holding it back, even minor upgrades tend to break things (in particular since Oracle took over).
Wish I had mod points to mod this up. I was about to write the same thing.
We write an applet based trading platform, and due to the API adding a method with a name we were already using, we had to re-engineer heaps of our code (along with other Java issues). For them just totally discontinuing Java 6 as soon as Java 7 came out (and still had heaps of bugs) was a stupid mistake.