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Comment: Re:tag the survivors with RFID (Score 1) 60

by Sique (#47521139) Attached to: How the Internet of Things Could Aid Disaster Response
I think you didn't get the parent. Before the disaster, you screen the people who will be affected by it and designate the survivors. Those people get tags to be easily spotted and identified. Thus you can rescue the survivors easily and don't need to waste time on people not deemed worthy to be alive.

Comment: Re:well (Score 1) 128

by Sique (#47521061) Attached to: The Psychology of Phishing
Even if I get spam that claims to be from my bank, I can see it being spam because I got similar spam allegedly from other banks I never did business with. The same with the two messages of unclear status, I seem to have with so many sites, that the one that claimed to have sent by a site I actually have an account with was easily spotted.

Comment: Re:This is news? (Score 1) 217

Every institution abuses their power. Governments are just the scape goats U.S. Americans like to butcher. Other countries have banks, other big corporations or the neighbouring country to beat at. Stop blaming the government for all failures, or at least start distributing your blame more fairly.

Comment: Amiga 2000 in East German nuclear research (Score 3, Insightful) 192

by Sique (#47498511) Attached to: The Almost Forgotten Story of the Amiga 2000
In the late 1980ies, the Nuclear Research Facility at Rossendorf near Dresden, Germany had two Amigas 2000 as central processing units for their accelerator experiments. It was fascinating, because Rossendorf was in communist East Germany, and the Amigas probably were bought half-legally for obscene amounts of (east german) money. But appearently they urgently needed the 32bit processing capability and were using selfdeveloped Zorro cards for the signal reception and processing.

Comment: Re:I'm sure (Score 1) 261

by Sique (#47475793) Attached to: UN Report Finds NSA Mass Surveillance Likely Violated Human Rights
I'm sure the NSA has the widest spread program to do so. No other country routinely collects all information of all people all over the world (though they claim not to collect the information about U.S. citizens under certain conditions). And for UK, they are already in conflict with the European High Court about collecting this information.

And at the same time, the NSA is the most useless organisation when it comes to fight domestic terrorism, as the only fact related to domestic terrorism they ever uncovered was a money transfer by a San Diego cab driver to a charity in Somalia which is considered a front to a terrorist organisation.

It is better to give than to lend, and it costs about the same.

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