Asserting a patent that turns out to be invalid or not applicable should cost the accuser big time. All of the defendants legal costs plus 5% of annual worldwide gross revenue would be a good start.
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Great videos. Shame this didn't get more attention.
TSA forces passengers to surrender electronics? Under what circumstances? I've never heard of that.
The DEA are the real criminals.
Will someone just post the pastebin link so we can look at judge for ourselves?
What the pirates over at TPB are saying. Find those comments here:
And how exactly do you get the OS and compilers to build the source code with?
Really? It's not safe if you're using any common software such as Linux, Windows or OS X. Nor is it secure if you're running it on any modern hardware with a CPU from Intel or AMD. And forget about any arm based mobile!
Secure, real time communication is difficult right now.
What do you think you can run that is secure from the likes of the NSA?
> how much you think is "invested" on mapping any potential space threats compared with, i.e. spying on ourselves
Which do you think is a more realistic threat, being obliterated by an asteroid or being attacked by other humans?
I'm not debating you. You may think you're the voice of reason here, but you really don't know anything about the situation, and I don't care what you think.
Barnaby would routinely party until 5am then deliver the first talk in the morning. And deliver the talk well. His research was good, but then again so was the research of others who weren't nearly as much fun. Conference organizers aren't robots.
His hard partying ways were well known in the security community. Reading all of this conspiratorial talk reminds me how foolish we can be when we talk about people we've never even met.
Does anyone seriously expect a bunch of other well known hackers to admit in public that they routinely binged on drink and hard drugs with Barnaby? Merely to put to rest wild speculation by some randoms who didn't even know him and will likely continue to believe whatever they want to believe?
But I can't.
I'm sure looking forward to their findings!