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Comment: Re:MY data in AMAZON's cloud ?? (Score 1) 122

by Krojack (#49354655) Attached to: Amazon Announces Unlimited Cloud Storage Plans

That's fine and dandy for you who seem to have the time to manage the systems. You're just one of the extreme few in the world that's willing to do this. Your average person can't do this or doesn't have the time. I use to love building these systems in my younger days but now I don't have the time to do it. I would rather update my data in an encrypted state to some servers that I know have countless forums of redundancy.

Comment: Re:You don't say... (Score 2) 606

by Krojack (#49218897) Attached to: YouTube Video of Racist Chant Results In Fraternity Closure

By law in the USA the government can only restrict speech that poses an imminent danger of unlawful action, where the speaker has the intention to incite such action and there is the likelihood that this will be the consequence of his or her speech, may be restricted and punished by that law.

Last I checked the Constitution only applies to the government. The /. admins could restrict anything they want to and not be against the law. Any private organization can censor the speech is within their property as they please. Now if this university receives government funds then it's a different story.

Comment: Re:Browser Makers Should Get The Message (Score 2) 353

by Krojack (#49080021) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: Most Useful Browser Extensions?

Browser: Google Chrome
Extension: Tabs to the front!
What it does: Brings newly created tabs to the foreground.

When opening a link in a new tab on my phone and having to take the extra time to then change to it enrages me. Why would anyone long press a link and choose "Open in new tab" and not want to view that tab right away? Why does Chrome toss it in the back?

Don't panic.