You're totally right. Anyone having its browser not in 1:1.666 ratio (golden ratio, you know) is doing it wrong. How stupid must you be to use the browser in full size?
Some guy at the NATO says that. Without any proof or even evidence. Is this an attempt to discredit anti-fracking movements? Or Russia?
The would better start to recognize peoples right to free speech.
Which includes the right of not being pestered by the government (as in: put under surveillance) for it.
... which is a trademark license anyway.
There is no copyright possible on game mechanics, so you can pretty much write your own completely D&D compatible game, with the rules taken straight from D&D (but rephrased, of course, because the actual phrases are copyrighted). As long as you don't advertise this with trademarked terms, you're fine, you don't need the OGL.
But anyway. Who in his right mind would want to use this complicated mess as a base for his own game, when there is a system from 1978 that is much, much more elegant, named BRP? http://basicroleplaying.org/
NSA operations are spelt with capitals.
Oh, you mean western countries including the U.S., Spain, France, Italy, Germany, Turkey, and Poland are currently the victims of an ongoing cyberespionage campaign, launched by somebody apart from the NSA as well?
Of course, if some morons decide instead of to fix problems to try to exploit them -- and to create a market for them, the problem sure is to grow even more.
"Yes, this car may be tipping over very easily, but we might need this to assassinate some foreign dignitaries, so we don't hell the manufacturer".
Amazon wants Hachette to pay premium so it's own customers can get books from Hachette.
That is exactly what missing net-neutrality looks like.
Sadly, most crime statistics don't differ between "hand gun" and "rifle" or somesuch. Because that would change the statistics extremely, with "hand gun" ownership being rather low in most countries other than the US, even those which otherwise have a very high gun proliferation.
If you're counting in the "technically government owned firearms", my country (Switzerland) is probably number two, but these are mostly rifles, and most other privately held firearms also are rifles. Depending on the type of rifle, you can get them without any permit. But you usually can't get more modern than single-shot muzzle-loading hand guns without a specific license. And you need another license for carrying them.
Also, the statistics probably lack murder-by-police ("We mistook his cellphone for a gun"), and I'm pretty sure the US is very high up in that department as well..
Obviously, GCHQ has done the most damage to "computer infrastructure" since the Morris worm, and funneled data about British citizens out of the country, into the hands of possible malign foreign actors.
The whole GCHQ should be arrested for treason.
Yes of course, this new Obama Bush, same as the old George W. Bush. (both of them far worse than the even older George H. W. Bush).
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Yes, I turned off all weak ciphers in my browser. Including most 128bit ones.
"hacking computers", or "placing trojans" and other such things primarily do one thing: They make evidence useless. Because you can't prove anymore that you did not plant it, that you didn't change anything and that you did not open a backdoor for a third party.
How stupid can you get? And why haven't the forensic specialists of the DOJ told them what their request really would mean?
I've got some other great ideas in the same vein:
- Drop cleanliness regulations for DNA testing labs
- Don't require physical evidence be sealed. And leave doors to it unlocked, so everyone can go and tamper some.
I can understand a secret service that wants to do these things, but a law enforcement agency really, really can't allow it. Much less propose it.
You're a shill, and the points you make a total distraction. And incidentally, the same as rgbatdukes, so I expect you to be some astroturfers.
It's very simple: Pumping energy into a system makes it warmer, yes, but not everywhere, and not every time, but only in the average. So counting up outliers (coldest, warmest, whatever) does mean squat.
What pumping energy into a system does in the first place is raising entropy.
And this means, you get _hotter_ AND _colder_ climate, more rainfall AND less rainfall. In short, climate gets more extreme.
The best way to see this, well, you've already experienced it, it comes with names like Katrina and Sandy...