This is just the "narrative", isn't it? You can see the same events being given different narratives depending on the race, political persuasion etc of the victim. Nothing at all new here if you're even remotely interested in how event get described in any medium.
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Yeah, sniffing and snorting like animals. Seriously what's that about?
I left when they ran a "story" about Indian food delivery. Has it improved yet? I see they've not changed the stupid name. For all its faults, I see no reason to drop Slashdot for a site that looks worse than slashbdot did 15 years ago, fewer stories and less than 1000 readers.
I can't read sig-files - the text is superimposed on the line of text below that.
> As a result, during Yosemite's open beta last year, people we're complaining that the software
> "wasn't ready for prime time". No kidding!
Well, in an old school beta program, that would have been an alpha-release, at best!
No different to trusting Microsoft to not send your data to them when they do virus checks. You're already trusting the food chain, doctors etc.
You're confusing open source and free. It's open source. You can see the source, use it, change it, and fork it, subject to certain restrictions, such as not calling it Truecrypt. Seems fair to me. Whether this or that distro has decided to include it or not tells us very little.
How can they prove that I am not a member?
What "VPN industry"? To the extent it exists at all it's just tiny. And they're going to get legislated out of existence around the world in the next few years. No government - driven by the twin demands of the US government (ok, and their own security services) - and a reactionary, right wing media (following the rules of its wealthy, right wing proprieters, who've invested in and therefore benefit from large corporations who are all in bed with most western governments because they don't need to pay tax that way) - will allow people to communicate in private because "that's what terrorists do" (and people who want to challenge/change the above)
Wrong choice of word, surely?
"destroy utterly; wipe out."
If you did obliterate it then they've have zero chance of recovering the information.
Uh..you might not know it's upside down, smart arse. So you'd have to try it in both rotations. These people are probably smarter than even you; why not sit down, shut up and learn something?
Windows 10? IE? Did you miss the email?
At the point a judge sentences someone, the criminal has already done a bunch of bad things knowing full well they're going to get a long punishment. Very few of them will want to take it out on the judge, unless they believe the case was handled unfairly. It's much more likely the they'll want to get back at the police who - even if the criminal WAS a criminal and did most of the things they were accused of - possibly threatened the criminals family (girlfriend/wife usually) if they didn't confess to their and/or other people's crimes.
They're ditching Samsung - not Google - apps for Microsoft ones. So it's just a different sort of crapware. It'll get uninstalled before too long, or not used. It does nothing to bridge the gap between Android and Windows Mobile or whatever its called (I don't even care any more). Nothing to see here.
> but you can buy a perfectly capable Android tablet for half the price of an iPad right now if you
> don't mind a clunkier UI.
I've got the (now retired) Nexus 10, running lollipop. Before that, kitkat. What's clunky about either of them. I find it much easier to use than an iPad.