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Comment: Re:Yahoo knew fine was a bluff (Score 1) 223

by X.25 (#47887297) Attached to: U.S. Threatened Massive Fine To Force Yahoo To Release Data

How can you fine someone for not cooperating in activities that the government refused to even admit existed?

Because people in "free world", over the course of last 40-50 years, allowed governments to heavy regulate every aspect of their lives. That includes companies too, obviously.

So, whether you know it or not, you are breaking laws and regulations every single day. Literally.

All it takes is for them to have a reason to go after you.

This is one of the reasons why "I don't care if government spies on me, I have nothing to hide" attitude is beyond retarded. But people don't understand it until shit happens to them.

Then it's too late.

Comment: Re:They will just cheat anyway (Score 2) 322

by X.25 (#47823261) Attached to: The Argument For a Hypersonic Missile Testing Ban

Jesus: Russia signed a treaty to not invade Ukraine, in exchange for Ukraine's nuclear disarmament. Ukraine disarmed. First nation to do so in the history of nuclear weapons. Then Russia invaded. You want to trust them with another treaty? Suckers!

I seriously can't figure out what is wrong with you people.

Russia invaded? Do you mind showing some evidence for those claims, or you just like spreading shit that you read in mainstream media?

You know how invasion looks like? If you are not sure, you can always take a look at invasion of Iraq by 'coallition of the willing' to get the idea. Or you can also look at invasion of Kuwait by Iraq to get an idea. There are many examples.

But pretending that civili war (and I've lived through 2 of them, so I kind of know much better than you how it starts/looks like/ends) is an invasion just shows hypocrisy and ignorance.

Comment: Hahaha (Score 1) 107

by X.25 (#47804663) Attached to: Hackers Behind Biggest-Ever Password Theft Begin Attacks

Of course, it could not been any of thousand brute force attacks that is happening every day.


It was a brute force attack by bad baby eating state sponsored Russian hackers, specifically using the imaginary end-of-the-world password list.

Of course, neither the "1.2 billion passwords" list, nor the "they're using it against Namecheap" events were/are cheap advertising.


Comment: But it's ok to view videos of drone/air strikes (Score 1) 300

by X.25 (#47748253) Attached to: Put A Red Cross PSA In Front Of the ISIS Beheading Video

Or videos of disasters that affected hundreds if not thousands of people.

Or videos of killings in civil (and other) wars.

Or videos of plane crashes.

And list goes on and on and on.

But hey - make sure noone sees the video of beheading done by very same people US government has been supporting.

Because that could make US government look more bad (as if it's even possible anymore).

Comment: Re:Should of never got rid of other OS and outsorc (Score 1) 97

by X.25 (#47745555) Attached to: Hackers Claim PlayStation Network Take-Down

Mainly because I don't see MSN Live players complaining about loss of service, do you? XBox owners don't have any reason to fear losing next weekend services, while PSN users will live the week worrying about.

Yeah, I can assure you that Playstation owners can't sleep properly and all they think during the work hours is whether PSN will be down next weekend.

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