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The alerts are for huge catastrophes (a Presidential Alert), then for weather / natural calamities, and one for AMBER alerts. One can turn off the latter, but the Presidential alert cannot be turned off.
The article mentions only 4S and 5 get this update. That said, I have a 4 and it got the update this morning.
This was enacted in 2006, for those keeping track of such things.
I, for one, do not care for this any more than I like the idea of them reading my communications to begin with. Oh, I'm sorry, the "metadata" from my communications."
There's a long-running thread thread in the TomTom discussion forums dealing with the US LIVE issues.
The UK has its own set of issues, seen in this thread.
Given the goals stated in their Traffic Manifesto one would've expected a rapid fix to the problems. However, the issues persist."
Pranks are pranks, but to this reader, these actions are those of an antisocial homophobic psycho.
Is this the type of person we want as President of the USA?"
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"There are sites that'll rank the counts of downloads, and then we look at fan polls. So there's lots of data," said Mr. Fukunaga. Funimation has grown to take 27% of the US anime, making it number 1. By doing what others fear to do, Funimation's vaulted to the top, while older, bigger names fell flat on their faces. Folk in "traditional" media companies reading this must be going "Arr?"
Maybe they should be saying "Maybe there's something we can do with these pirates, other than try to hang them.. like maybe.. make money from them? Good heavens, we'd be treating them like our own customers! Brilliant! What punishment most fitting!"
But no. You know they'll try to hang 'em. It's okkay, companies fail, new ones are born. No biggie."
Crippling will be progressive, will start with disabling some features such as the Aero GUI and will apparently top out at limiting the nefarious user of a pirated Vista copy to using a web browser for one hour at a time. What's next? "This unauthorized computer will be summarily sublimated in seven seconds?" Frying hardware? Sky's the limit for the boys at Redmond, it'd seem."