A good workmanlike book? It is to SF what The Lord of the Rings is to fantasy, and one of the greatest pieces of world creation ever written.
This is the most terrifying and ridiculous thing I've seen in my entire life.
The formula is simple
I'm thinking those shysters running Prenda are in for a world of pain. Let us hope they hire lawyers just as depraved as they are.
If Reddit is the peanut gallery of the Web, what does that make Slashdot?
Quick, where's that share button so I can share your great post with all my friends on Flopbook and Twatter...
Are you saying they should tax database, records, fields, or heck, maybe they could tax SQL clauses!
Anyone who embarrasses a Western government or an ally of a Western government is, by definition, a terrorist.
Especially in the UK, where Parliamentary supremacy still, at least in theory, exists. In other words, Parliament can literally make anything legal, even retroactively, that it wants.
I get how it works. I disagree completely that any access to a third party WiFi network should be up to any permissions model put out by Microsoft, or that I should have to basically implement the kludge so that the network is excluded.
It's a shitty idea, pure and simple.
iEvil? Or perhaps in this case XEvil One, the perfect gift for someone stll using XEvil 360.
I don't care about whether you can prevent sharing with your friends on FB it whatever, what I care about is me not having to alter my network settings so that if I give you access to my WiFi network, you sharing MY network information with the pwoe you're "friends" with.
There's a doodad on my AP that let's me disable a feature on a connecting WiFi client?
So, instead of posting multiple times hire they article misrepresents the feature, quit being a shill and explain how exactly it works.
That isn't the issue. The issue is YOU being able to share MY WiFi key because I was dumb enough to let a Windows 10 user on my WiFi network. This is akin to me giving you the keys to my house so you can housesit, and you getting a hundred copies cut and distributing them to a bunch of people you know.