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Comment: Tor Zindabad! (Score 2) 86

by abjbhat (#40048553) Attached to: India Lurches Toward Internet Censorship
They're only blocking the more popular sites. You can still use Tor to access the blocked sites. And don't forget that if the ISPs throttle torrent file transfers, you can always point out that perfectly legitimate torrents such as Linux ISOs are being blocked. That's how I got Airtel to remove torrent throttling from my connection.

Comment: Re:Slow Justice is No Justice (Score 1) 827

by abjbhat (#26527901) Attached to: EC Considering Removing Internet Explorer From Windows

Going a step further, the advertising on the product itself says "compliant with other browsers. Some loss of user experience may occur" - you know what that means? It means that if you use a browser other than IE to try to access this product, nothing works.

I work on Sharepoint. I consider IE a bug and user FF as my dev browser. And atleast 70% of the stuff works. What doesn't work is integration with MS Office.

What the scientists have in their briefcases is terrifying. -- Nikita Khruschev