I think the Gimp is sleeping...
One wonder why this guy would travel to America if he knew he could get arrested for his business. Only thing I can think of was that he actually didn't know it was illegal. Relevant law: Title 18,United States Code, Section 2512(l)(b) (sale of an interception device).
The answer to "why ain't it realistic?" is: Rule of Cool.
We already knew Lightning Can Do Anything.
Have they not seen "I, Robot" (2004)? Of course you need a manual override.
Deleted pages are in fact archived, but so that only Administrators can read them.
So Digia doesn't mind if vendors "deny users the right to modify Qt or write their own applications," as long as those vendors pay Digia their tithe.
The data is copied, not "stolen". Get it right!
So, how long until this DRM module is hacked to let you save uncrypted copies?
My TL-WR1043N uses factory firmware, and I don't remember ever having to reboot it. I also don't use WiFi, but since it was practically impossible to find a cheap router without WiFi...
Terrorism doesn't have to be organized. Just look at Breivik!
I foresee plenty of dead links to qt.digia.com in the future.
Yes, the Outer Space Treaty. Japan has signed and ratified it. However, as Wikipedia says, "the Treaty does not prohibit the placement of conventional weapons in orbit."
Even small pieces won't burn up at all unless you push them downwards into the atmosphere first. Explosions tend to push things in every direction, including up and sideways, which is something we really don't want.