I wouldn't put anything in a lockbox. Such media will be tested very rarely, and when they do fail, it's likely you won't know until it's too late.
I'd rather use a hard drive, hooked up (NAS or mini-pc, maybe) to a network and capable of rsync. You could place it somewhere in your home, or, if available, another secure location with Internet access. Run daily or nightly automated backups.
The group is calling on volunteers to help with the ongoing work, which has been divided into three steps. The first is about collecting "all the factual information," second is to "share that information as widely as possible," and the third step is "to set up an independent, internationally linked, inquiry into all the areas which do not appear to have been investigated properly." Activists point to the muted media coverage given to a recent case in Washington DC in which Michael Centanni, a senior Republican fundraiser, was charged with child sex offences after investigators traced transmissions of child pornography to his computers in his basement. The case was not covered by The Washington Post or the New York Times, and was only picked up by a local NBC affiliate state and The Washington Examiner, a small conservative paper in the city. According to the court filings, Centanni was found in possession of 3,000 images, many apparently filmed in his own bedroom, including one showing a man raping a five-year-old girl who cries "no" and "mommy" while the man says "good baby" and "stop crying," according to one filing.
Terminator level strong AI
The AI shown in the Terminator movies is not Strong. It is never shown to be smarter than humans, and often shown to be more stupid. In particular, the franchise is built on the premise that humanity wins the war in the future.
Real Strong AI would, once activated, quickly elevate its own intelligence to a godlike level. After that, it would be to humans as humans are to ants.
And Christianity is an open insult to Islam.
In order to avoid offending all religious beliefs, all religions must end.
Sounds like a good idea, actually.
Obama will also be directing other federal agencies to increase the amount of money they grant and loan to ISP-related projects. "Any effort by the FCC to preempt anti-muni-broadband laws will likely focus on a controversial part of the FCC's congressional charter known as "Section 706." That part of the law recognizes the FCC's authority to stimulate broadband deployment, which supporters of preemption argue the tactic would promote. If Section 706 sounds familiar, that's because it's also the legal tool some say should be used to promote net neutrality, or the principle that broadband companies shouldn't speed up or slow down some Web sites over others."