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Comment: Re:They must have used huge packaging... (Score 1) 62

by OakDragon (#49171781) Attached to: Inside the North Korean Data Smuggling Movement

'Chinese traders' trucks carried 20 copies of the film across the border the day after Christmas, just two days after its online release.'

So that would be 20 times about 2GB, which easily fits on one 64G usb-stick the size of an inch. What did they need the trucks for ?

There were extensive liner notes.

Comment: Re:Poor U.S. (Score 1) 125

by OakDragon (#49020635) Attached to: Netflix Now Available In Cuba

Granted, if Netflix are actually asking 7.99 U.S. dollars per month from Cubans, they'll have a problem. Unless they meant it was for the whole of Cuba? Maybe they'll be able to afford it. Just use the same resolution as a VideoCD but with the compression capabilities of H.264 and that will also solve the bandwidth problem.

It's 7.99 for all of Cuba, but approximately 11.7 milliion Cubans will be staring at this message most of the time:

Your Netflix account is in use on another device. Please stop playing on other devices to continue. Visit Netflix.com/help for more information

Comment: Re:What the.... (Score 1) 121

by OakDragon (#48982401) Attached to: Alan Turing's Notes Found After Being Used As Insulation At Bletchley Park

You're mad that someone's action saved the documents from being destroyed? Did you forget to read the last sentence of the summary?

All the findings are unique as all documentary evidence from the codebreaking process was supposed to be destroyed under wartime security rules.

Maybe the OP is from the War Office?

It is much easier to suggest solutions when you know nothing about the problem.