Yes, I think you should.
So would the British public
I was just say that a country with enough wealth to launch it's own satellite doesn't need aid.
If that was the case we'd be giving aid to 3 quarters of the world, which we don't.
Why are we (UK) still sending million of pounds of aid to a country that is launching it's own satellites?
my apologies, I only read the first bit.
Thoggen is good, it works just perfectly, just search in synaptic. And obviously you will need libdvdcss.
When did I say that I didn't want to do any of the fighting?
Failure to hand over encryption keys carries a 2-3 year jail sentence.
Hitler stopped the German people from being able to protest with the Reichstag Decree - as no-one was able to protest, Hitler was able to build the worlds most brutal totalitarian state and invaded Poland in 1939, Britain and France declared war, a generation was devastated in the hope that future generations might live without tyranny. In 1945 the allies declared victory and said never again. To protect the world from war they had to protect the citizen from the state - in 1950 the leaders of the war torn countries of Europe came together to try to prevent these horrors from ever happening again, in comes the European convention of human rights authored by Winston Churchill, and contained the fundamental protections of an individual from their own government, including, ban on torture
,no detention without charge, innocence until proven guilty, right to privacy, right to protest and freedom of speech.
We in the UK have became too cosy with the idea that we have these rights anymore. I often wonder when people will wake up and realize they have had their freedoms taken away. I wondered if it would happen when they gave taking pictures of police a maximum 10 year jail sentence - nope. I wondered if it would happen when they allowed records of phone calls, web history and emails to be for police - nope, I wondered if it would happen when someone was arrested under the anti-terror act for shouting "rubbish" at a New Labour party conference - nope.