A person who delights in having an intimate understanding of the internal workings of a system, computers and computer networks in particular. The term is often misused in a pejorative context, where "cracker" would be the correct term. See also: cracker.
>but you either need to download a special program to make the changes or edit the registry by hand... Or you need to learn how to use
.cmd/.bat files with the system scheduler or at command.
"or authorized by" you are authorized to use unlicensed frequencies, by that very chapter if you are abiding by those rules, ergo the marriott's AP was not abiding by that rule and therefore technically not permitted to use the unlicensed frequencies which would be the legal grounds for the fine - would it not?
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Scotland has been economically raped by the UK for more than just the 30 years or so that north sea oil and gas has been around. Scotland has consistently paid more tax per head of population than the rest of the UK. Then there's the clearances. The proverb you are grasping for with lethologica is "together we stand, divided we fall" how do you think George Washington et al would feel about that statement if you had a time machine and suggested that to them?
there is actually, but it's called Article 10 of the ECHR and it's wording it "Freedom of Expression" and it has more limitations than the First Amendment (but sensible exceptions like being able to outlaw racism)
it's not as silly a question as you might think. Firstly moving both installations (the sub base and the storage facility) is going to cost a bomb (if you'll excuse the pun). So you have that cost added to the fact Scotland will no longer be subsidizing the UK. rUK borrowing or tax would have to rise to accommodate.
MIT recently announced screen technology that corrects for bad eyesight. I can't imagine it would be too long before Oculus included this rather than accommodate glasses wearing. I'm lucky that I'm short sighted and have had no problems seeing content on the VR glasses that I've tried so far without my glasses in the way.
so on the client side you would run rules such as "established and related" or specifically allow all UDP or TCP to/from the required server's IP. You should still run a firewall, but the rules would be a little more relaxed.
have you heard of automated systems breaking? this is why someone should be assigned and responsible for it.
was a yes voter before, still a yes voter after hearing this, all this has done has increased my cynicism. PS Danny Alexander is a space-cadet.
C&P from RFC1392
here in the UK oil used to be a class-A drug like heroin whilst the resin or plant matter was a class-B. The main reason for this, I believe, was the method of extracting oil with isopropanol can be a bit of a fire/explosion risk. When they reclassified weed/resin as class-C they also lowered oil's classification. Then they moved plant/resin backup to class-B which is where oil remains now; because governments are fickle like that.
common carriers are also accomplices to all on-line crimes then.
England != UK. This is the Dept of Education for England not Scotland, or Wales, or Northern Ireland - all of which are UK yet, strangely, they are not England.
in days of old - you'd have to manually search an unindexed and massive collection of newspapers on microfiche to locate news articles about a crime that was "expunged" by the rehabilitation of offenders act. these days 10 seconds of google can turn them all up. There is no suddenly in the act, there's a sliding scale based upon how long the sentence was. If you're jailed for 4 years or more the conviction does not become non-disclosable. Failing to employ someone in there 40s because they had a shoplifting conviction when they were 18 is unfair on the silly mistakes of youth.