Spying between nations is a good thing, because it means everyone knows more about each others intentions and motivations.
Bollocks. There's been plenty of spying since pretty much the moment secrets have existed; it hasn't stopped war, and the idea that if that spying had simply been 'better' everything would be different is completely lacking a compelling case.
If we didn't have any spying then we'd have had no one claiming they had found evidence Saddam had WMD to justify the Iraq war; so explain exactly how the billions of dollars spent on spying helped us there.
Even if you could find theoretical examples to try and demonstrate spying stopping wars it'd be worth nothing. The existence of spying will always be accompanied by counter-measures and misinformation which inherently limits the quality of spying.
Personally I think Google's policies like this are harming them. I know that I think very hard about using Google related services (and a Google controlled URL would certainly count) because although I think they make a lot of very good things I have 0% trust that they won't completely re-arrange them or shut them down
This is a dickish policy by Google. If Google wants to automatically remove accounts pretending to be a brand fine, but that isn't what happened here.
For example, only the ones that actually mention vanilla bean or vanilla extract specifically actually even contain any vanilla, and many have so many stabilizers they don't even melt....and this wasn't "ice cream" it was just a single flavor they compared.
It's one of the things I've never gotten about America. Mickey Mouse has to be defended to ensure only the real Disney thing exists forever (it seems) but it's perfectly ok for something labelled chocolate to not be chocolate, or for something labelled as Champagne to not be from Champagne or even made using the correct method...
Keeping her album out while allowing the three month test to move forward makes the project less likely to be successful and more likely for new and upcoming artists to lose their investment from allowing their works to be included.
Well you sure got proven wrong pretty damn quickly.
Apple wanted to give away someone else's product for 3 months in order to drive demand for its own product. It really doesn't take a genius to work out why the people Apple was trying to exploit didn't like the idea; to Apple's credit they caught on and changed policy pretty damn quickly.
You're the music industries worse nightmare in the same way the guy who buys 2nd hand cars, and indirectly keeps the new car and trade-in markets going, is Ford's worst nightmare: In. No. Way. At. All.
Use a local password manager.
Because a local machine is inherently unhackable...
There are plenty of tech-savvy people who use services like LastPass. Of course putting all your passwords in one place, on one server, comes with risks. It also has a few advantages, including: > They notify you of hacks to sites you have passwords stored for > You don't have to type passwords, protecting you from keyloggers If it turns out that the people who've attacked LastPass have information that genuinely puts my passwords at risk then I can change my passwords. I'd assume they are going to generate and apply new per user salts, and everything else declared doesn't overly concern me. If it turns out that someone has the encrypted file containing passwords, and the salt, then I'll change my passwords even though it's almost inconceivable that anyone would take the effort to decrypt the files.