You can't use BitTorrent with Tor. The protocol itself leaks information. The safest thing to do is have a seedbox in another country..and if you're super paranoid; pay for it with bitcoin.
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Cyanogen got certain headset manufacturers to pick up their OS as the stock/base OS; the first one being the Opo. I've heard OnePlus was a couple of the Opo engineers who went of and did their own thing. So no, Cyanogen didn't make or design the phone. And the Cyanogen version on the OnePlus isn't the same as their open source version (has some closed apps on it).
I'm not entirely clear on why Cyanogen broke their contract with OnePlus. There must be something more there, but I haven't found anything on it.
If they're going to build a transcontinental bridge, they really should build a evacuated train. Air resistance is the biggest factor in airplane fuel usage. In theory, a tube train could make the trip from London to NYC in less than two hours using a fraction of the energy needed in traditional flights.
I feel like this is going in the opposite direction. Instead of getting rid of booth babes, why not just convince a few vendors to also have cut men in muscle t-shirts and tight spandex pants. Then you provide candy to both men and women; straight and gay.
Man this reminds me of news from the old fuckedcompany.com and internal memos days; companies selling all their hardware and forgetting they had customer data on hard drives.
Plus a lot of the characters were killed off in that movie
So are taxi companies. And most of the drivers get paid better on Uber; much better! So they're exploiting people less than the big players, giving drivers more money, people cheaper fairs and they still turn enough money to keep them going.
The laws in place were designed to make sure taxi drivers got a fare shake and earned a decent amount of money; not to get pushed out by cheap-fly-by-night shit shops. But here we see the only people benefiting from this are the established taxi regimes.
I have refused to sign any contract with a non-compete in it for IT work starting with my first IT job in 2005. I think I saw something on slashdot back then making me weary of them.
My first company was getting everyone to sign them after sales people were leaving and taking clients, but I just refused and they never asked. With every other company, if I saw it in the contract, I'd tell them "I don't sign non-competes." They would always take it out or give me a new contract. Only one company made a big deal about it, a start up, and it wasn't even the company but their horrible lawyer. The principal investor told me to "sign the contract you want." I wasn't about to writing my own contract and they started paying me anyway...so I basically got paid without a contract. Made it easier to open source what I wrote after the company failed.
TL;DR NEVER SIGN A NON-COMPETE. They are unethical.
This is such a shit article. They're not knock-off eyeWatches. They run some crappy OS or some modified Android. It's like those shit game systems that have like 10 old Atari games in an emulator.
I'd be more impressed if they got a hold of the firmware and made actual, working Apple watch knock-offs at a fraction of the price. That would actually be impressive and pretty awesome (fuck their overpriced watch. Get a pebble. You don't have to charge it every fucking day).
The hardest part will be the Printed Circut Boards (PCBs). If people start making home 3D multi-layer PCB printers, you could little print out (most of) a phone.
If you read the article, they cops have custom password hacking software. It's more likely they just seized everything. There's probably 1TB, of actual child porn. But they got a warrant so they can go through the rest of the data...illegally...just to be sure.
Extradition treaties are if someone commits a crime within your country and then flees to avoid prosecution. If a Japanese company uses Amazon Web Services to facilitate something that's a crime in the US, but not in Japan; should all of Amazon's assets be seized and their executives be arrested? or should the US demand extradition of the Japanese business holders?
This has nothing to do with law and more to do with big movie industries continued extension of the entire Napster / MPAA / RIAA bullshit.
Nah. It wont' happen here. First, Kim isn't even a citizen and John Key admitted the data collection on him was illegal. NZ's laws have since changed so it's now legal. Also, no one is in jail for the illegal search.
The justice system in most high income countries, including America, is fucked. It favours those with money or who are willing to be disloyal in exchange for pleas
I'm a computer scientist who moved from Cincinnati to Melbourne and worked for a year there. Even with the cost-of-living, I worked a contract for $75k/year and could live very comfortable in Melbourne. I even left with more money than I arrived with (and I didn't even work the entire time; really only about 4 months total with some remote work still coming in from the US).
Minimum wage is Victoria was $14 an hour. Oh yea, and citizens got free medicare.
Don't confuse cost of living with cost of cheap electronics. They're two very different things, and the US gets one to keep the middle class complacent and ignorant