I wonder how this scenario would go;
"Hello, NSA. Ma'm, my name is , I'll be flying in to LAX on Sep 16 and just wanted to see if this very call would put me on the no-fly list or otherwise bring me in for questioning. You could say this is some kind of media stunt. Thanks, see you, bye!"
I have many interests of my own, too, sure. Doesn't mean anyone else should care.
Then someone better make a system based on a peer-to-peer basis, like the Bitcoin blockchain.
The Gambler's fallacy, or Monte Carlo fallacy.
I'd like to draw some attention to Train Fever: http://www.train-fever.com/ which also is to be supported by crowdfunding. This is one game I'd really like to see happen!
More like triple dipping, since you'd also pay for the music when buying it in the music shoppe.
Which problems were you encountering?
(And you can improve this score by purchasing extra "insurances").
We do the same where I work (detection part only), but wouldn't touch customer data. So the most we can do is warn the customers.
Not too expensive, this decoding software of theirs.
I wonder how to measure this data, though!