The United States would be in a lot better shape if people protected privacy, protected the freedom to assemble/protest, and fought campaign funding abuse ( Citizens United, etc ) the way the NRA fights for guns. It would be a lot more secure in freedoms as well as its physical safety.
I used them once or twice for non-private files. Glad I know this now. I don't plan to use dropbox anymore.
Good point, I usually watch Colbert on Hulu
A lose-lose situation.
Colbert's fans get deprive of The Colbert Report.
Colbert loses viewers from going on at a later time and having his humor constrained by the stricter rules of broadcast television.
It seems like Letterman's ( or Leno's ) job is a place where comedians losing steam go to wait to die.
Eh? Shutting down pedophiles would be a good thing just like shutting down an anti-gay bigot
I know that intelligence can coexist with bigotry, dogma, and hate, but I still find myself asking how such an intelligent, competant person could be wrapped up in being a bigot.
60 Minutes shined brightly in the 1970s and hasn't even been a shadow of what it once was since.
There is already social media software that can tell you where a phone is located.
Why don't the police just buy a batch of phones, install similar aps so the phones can be located, let the phones be "stolen" and bust up the organizers where the phones are collected?
I think a lot of people think about discrimination against gays differnetly.
What if this guy contributed money to a group working against blacks or Jews?
Why should CEOs be any different than us with HR people Googling on our names, asking for Facebook passwords, and telling us what can/can not go on our personal web sites ( work related or not )?
Would you feel the same if Eich gave money to a group working to keep black people from marrying, Jews from becoming presidents, or women from becoming CEOs?
His freedom of speech wasn't taken away. He can still say what he wants and contributes to the causes he wants. It is a matter of other people exercising their freedom to do the same and choose a browser for any reason they prefer.
All of the people in the United States who own guns and guns way beyond hunting rifles and home protection haven't stopped the Supreme Court from passing a law the other day to allow billionaires to pool their money in political campaigns.
Guns.......and phones without kill switches will not protect your freedom.
Only being an informed and involved citizen will.
I seem to remember reading a while back on Slashdot that countries other than the United States already have this and with good results.
Am I mistaken?
I recently rewatched "Jeremiah" streaming online, and finally got to see the second season.
The tone of the story changed from season 1 to season 2. I enjoyed season 1 more, but I liked them both.
"Jeremiah" was a pretty decent show.