Well, that's a stressful thought
Well, that's a stressful thought
You can block people from following you, and I think they have a private mode now so only your followers see your tweets.
Were any of the violations you saw as serious as setting up a personal server for all email? (Thank you for adding some perspective to this regardless)
it's logistically impossible to audit all the ads, especially for a publisher. They need to remove all the scripts.
The only way to prevent malware from occasionally slipping through the cracks would be to remove scripting.
For presidential races after 1900 turnout is usually 50-60%
With an aloe strip of course.
A lot of parolees are placed at a serioius disadvantage though.
- Have trouble getting a job due to a record.
- Often have to pay ridiculously high fines and "fees" related to their processing and incarceration
- Rarely get good medical treatment for addictions.
- Were often forced into the system by a plea deal
If we are serious about preventing recidivism, we would lay better foundations for helping these people become productive members of society.
Sadly, the reality is that our society prays upon those least able to defend themselves. No one wants to stand up for a convicted ______.
Here's a link about the "fees" http://nation.time.com/2013/08...
You know that's the price for a corporate medallion too, right? That's what outs him. It's a particular segment of a completely unrelated market. You think that applies? Check out his other posts on uber, he drops that shit in everywhere. His info is not out of date, he is just lying. That $1 million number is a favorite talking point of the pro-uber zealots, because it's big and lacks context.
Yep -- I have worked on apps that did exactly that. (Although not for listening in and the data was never saved). Certainly someone could though.
which often cost over $1Million
You realize casually dropping that in with weasel words outs you as a zealot, right?
Bullshit yourself. Uber is only working within the regulation in places that they have decided it wasn't worth fighting anymore (often because they won enough concessions).
It's nice to see you have moved on from your Apple shilling days to Uber shilling.
Any app with the mic permission can listen -- it does not need to be signed by the OEM/system/rom. What they can't do is leverage a lower power dedicated processor such at that on the Moto X. But any app can turn on the mic with the correct permission granted.
Listen, sonny, you lived through that world. Slashdot once did well for itself. And given your uid, you should remember that.
"Buzzfeedification" of content is killing the net. Notice all those outbrain, taboola, and other shit all over news sites? This article is the same thing. Corporations astroturfing "advertorial" clickbait is bad for everyone -- especially on a site the is supposedly still "driven by user submissions".
So fuck any fatalistic or indignant defense of this turd masquerading as news.
Maybe it's fantasy to imagine it'll ever change, but don't be a tool.
Just look back in his history: 0 comments, always an astroturf account, even pre-dice.
here's page 50 from his submissions which date back to May, 2012:
Dealing with the problem of pure staff accumulation, all our researches ... point to an average increase of 5.75% per year. -- C.N. Parkinson