How about Google just partners with some local smaller carrier like Fiberlight or Transtelco, has them build the cable, and then just buys the fibers they need out of it? The company I work for attaches to AT&T poles every day, because we're a carrier and they have to sell that space to us if it's available. Likewise we have to let other carriers attach to our poles. This is not news to anyone who knows anything about fiber.
It is probably because the slavic tradition of Finland conflicts with the more cheerful scandinavian atmosphere of Sweden.
600 years of Swedish rule over Finland might not have anything to do with it?
The fix for that is peering and QOS, not double billing. Double billing is just a money grab.
49gb would fit on a phone with a large MicroSD card. 349 would fit on an external hard drive not much larger than a phone. Those could easily be the entire contents of a couple of shared network drives, or Exchange email backups.
If you're a mullah, you wouldn't want people to know you like watching people do things you would have them killed for.
That's every phone, if all you do is make phone calls.
Both parties wish people painful and slow deaths, the only difference is that the people Saunders wants to suffer actually are forced to do so.
Laws are not laws if they are repealed. If everyone had this attitude african americans and women wouldn't be allowed to vote.
I work in Telecom, fiber cuts happen every day on major networks. Backhoes and rats cut underground fiber, trucks and squirrels cut aerial fiber. It would easy to put a splitter in place, but hard for it to stay in place without someone noticing. I think in most of this tapping the carrier is complicit.
You can't buy a custom ASIC off the shelf at Fry's, but you can buy a CPU or a GPU. I don't think it's an apples to apples comparison if you throw in custom hardware.
And if you do die in a car accident, it's probably a burning Tesla.
From looking at the map, it looks like most of the GPS monitoring stations are on US Military bases anyway, so there's no need for a front. Everybody knows we're collecting any signals we can pick up.
It looks like Russia is trying to put theirs in corn fields in the middle of the US.
This is just basic smart politics. An old speech can never help you in an election, but can be mined for quotes to be used against you. Journalists should keep their own records anyway, or establish some 3rd party trusted repository.
That's a fairly modern distiction. For decades the progression was Single Action - Double Action - Automatic. I still refer to "revolver vs automatic"
It's going to be hard not to notice the person staring into space and drooling.