Submitter's source links to news.dice.com
Uh huh, this is how it's going to work now, is it?
Remove the "s" --> http://thepiratebay.cr/ . The interesting thing about this one is the chat box in lower left corner. Worth lucking for a while in there to see if any interesting info pops up.
However, it looks like none of the content has been updated since yesterday. Maybe the upstream "pool" is still AWOL, as well.
There's also http://thepiratebay.ee/ , but I'm not sure about the (more/less) authenticity of that one. It also hasn't been updated in a about 24 hours.
Or is it that Selfie Sticks are just so wildly popular that suddenly this has become some sort of problem?
The Cleveland Police force (U.K.) “erroneously” sent information to The Press Gazette, a British media trade magazine dedicated to journalism and the press, that indicated that the police force had used the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 (RIPA) to obtain telecoms data while searching for a journalist’s source, the Press Gazette reports—and asked the publication to delete the documents when they realised what they had done.
Press Gazette refused to do so, arguing that “there is a strong public interest in disclosing it.”"
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It's been billed in some press as "Internet from Space"; it's perhaps not quite that: it's not providing a live internet feed, just selected portions, ("like webpages, news articles, ebooks, videos, and music"), i.e. most likely a cache of Wikipedia, with other content selection open to a vote. One thing that does come to mind: this might be a relatively difficult system to censor and/or block in repressive regimes."
Runs in WINE for me. ("wine-1.7.31") Not an issue.
Naturally, it didn't find any spyware.
A live version of it seems to be up here; it looks rough (1990s design?), but interesting."
"If everyone always wants to look different than everybody else, [then] everybody starts looking the same."
Whoa. Probably the most insightful thing I've read all year. Worthy of putting on a T-shirt and wearing around (like a hipster).
(It's turtles all the way down...)
Well, there's your problem right there.
The iPad doesn't have keys!
However, this service, called "Shopmate", comes at a cost."