Is that app on Google Play or do you expect me to sideload it? Lolz!
Guess that's the thing now... show that TOR isn't violated and that each time someone's caught using it demonstrate/create some weakness that explains it. (Sort of like during WW2 where it was crucial we didn't betray the fact we cracked Enigma so we had to send planes over the German submarines so we had a cover for how we knew where they were so they didn't realize we pwned them).
The message is - keep using TOR kids - it's totally safe.
"Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto could be a group from Europe which has a strong footing in the financial sector....could be a group of people working the financial sector.... some group of people from financial sector that created this...Satoshi Nakamoto is a group of people, I think"
Pointless random guesswork aside, why do journalists feel the need to say the exact same thing 3 to 5 times in the first few paragraphs? Once is enough, surely?
Still, us English folk can only hope that a future which consists of the Scots living quietly amongst themselves and us not having to put up with that awful dirge Auld Lang Syne every bloody New Year's Eve isn't the stuff of science fiction...
"The reason why someone with Internet access would read a periodical in any form is that the writing is usually of much higher quality, "
He said Linux, not gnu linux. No-one calls it that.
In many organizations, once you've paid for the device it's free. You have a few guys running around doing a reinstall when the hard drive dies or whatever, but they'll be doing that sort of thing anyway, and they're paid anyway. I don't agree that they magically get more expensive as time goes on. It's not like they are cars which require expensive repairs all the time. At some point a PC will cost more than it's worth to repair, but that's the point you chuck it and get a new one, and even then you can harvest parts as spares. That's why so many companies (and individuals) have XP machines (and why they'll be on Windows 7 in ten years time). It's a crazy waste of money to upgrade when for most people there is no advantage whatsoever.
"Invest heavily in spyware for ancient insecure OS, then resist change"
And also, pedantically, it's not the first time the world's largest ship (or barge) has been floated; they all have.
No, it was always just you choosing for-profit company A over for-profit company B; perhaps because of a logo or shitty free router or something.
I'd rather companies didn't discriminate, but it's hard to come up with a compelling argument for why they should be legally forbidden from doing so. As long as it's out in the open, take your pick and sign up.
There were riots on London the other year and people got convicted for taking part and stealing one item.
Yeah, you want to stop doing that. It's against the law.
In that case, dial down the excitement of this device. There are plenty of cameras which can take pictures in the "dark".
Slower than a Raspberry Pi? Wow! There must be a reason for making such a device, but I can't for the life of me imagine what it might be.
Bad analogy. The difference between static and moving, or black and white and colour is vast. HD vs 4k is nothing. Your house is littered with 3D tvs you no longer watch, right? No doubt when 4.5k comes out that'll be a huge breakthrough you'll be spending $$$ on too? You want to watch those shitty companies - they're only after your money!