Fossilized grounds from Starbuck's secret dumpsite.
Never give away part of something you might want all of later.
Five insightfuls, an overrated and two trolls
(Calm down. It was a joke. We actually do know there's no felt, and we clean all the grime off the rollers, and we do it every couple of years. So all you germophobic neat freaks can just chill.)
To quote, from the PS4 section: "When you tap the button your game is paused and the Share screen opens. Here you'll have 3 options: "Upload video clip," "Upload screenshot," and "Broadcast gameplay." The latter starts Twitch streaming, which the Xbox One doesn't yet support, so I won't cover it today."
So there's a feature on the PS4 to allow a form of sharing the XBOne doesn't have yet, so its not included in the line-up? How's that a fair comparison? People who want to share to Twitch should surely know that the PS4 already lets them do that *right now* and that should be included in the comparison, should it not?
If your goal were to live in a free and righteous USA, you'd have to believe that Snowden is not in fact working against it.
I'd love to see the IT credentials of everyone taking this position. Its not hard to get a lot of data out of a system without an audit log picking it up if you know what you're doing. Its not hard because configuring a system to truly require that level of auditing is very hard and very costly and rarely worthwhile, especially if you believe the legal ramifications are sufficient.
How is he not a patriot? Would a German citizen who leaked info about the concentration camps to the citizens of that country not have been a patriot during WWII just because he thought what his country was doing to be wrong?
Spying on other countries is considered illegal by all countries. Its always disavowed after the fact. We all know it happens, but nobody thinks its okay when its done to them.
Sources and methods on how they treat their *allies* in times of *peace* are certainly not worth protecting. That behaviour is a blight on America.
If the US has such good protections for journalists, why are they introducing double-blind systems for anonymous data submission?
I suspect its because they don't feel like their sources are protected at all.