Does it make any practical difference? Is there any point to this post?
A brilliant combination of real software and fake GUIs on the same screen - they obviously had a product placement deal with Microsoft, and in one scene they literally dragged a file from SkyDrive into the usual bleeping "FBI Database Lookup" window. I wish I had a
.gif of that...
I thought this was a commonly known fact.
We could also add "service". SPaaS - Solution Platform as a Service.
Not as bad a "solution". I've seen knives marketed as "cutting solutions".
I think it's only justified to call something an "invisibility cloak" when it does what people actually expect an invisibility cloak to do, that is, make things actually not visible. How about calling it a "stealth cloak" because that's what I imagine most people would associate with being invisible to a radar, as opposed to the naked eye.
if they didn't ban just export but import as well.
Why would you put pennies in a coffee cup...?
Let me blow your mind: there are also bees called "drones". They are neither machines nor remotely operated, all they do is fly!
I'm pretty sure if it's a good idea to have regulations on drones in one single country in the world, they're a good idea everywhere.
Does that mean drones flown within the borders of your country, or drones owned by citizens of your country? If this is another NSA-esque "it's OK to spy on just about anybody in the world as long as they're not a citizen of the US of A" thing, I'm going to be angry.
...if you're an amputee?
A cheek swap does not equate to GATTACA.
But humans are more easily swayed by fear, emotion and political pressure. Let's just remove the human factor already and welcome our new electromechanical overlords.
If it's anonymity you want, there's software for that. Anonymity online hasn't ever been guaranteed unless you take some steps to ensure that.