I was wondering why GoDaddy hosting went to hell... And now we know. Mark this troll if you want, but you would only do so if you didn't actually try to host a web site with GoDaddy after the switch!
They don't pass it along to the NSA they pass it to the FBI who passes it to the NSA.... So while technically correct was a part of the big lie that the NSA is not spying on Americans...
Look if I buy something I have to pay 9.5% tax, what's good for the goose is good for the gander. these fraction of a percent taxes for stock transactions are total bullshit!
If that was the case then the NSA slides would not have listed both Google and Facebook as being onboard and partners in their PRISM system.
I have been thinking about the claims by Facebook and Google that no government agencies have direct access to their servers, and that is likely quite correct.
What they do most likely have, is a tap point on Facebook's and Google's networks which can then snoop on all traffic between their servers and their users and visa versa then ship it off en masse to the NSA for processing and storage... So their statements while technically true, are still intentionally false and misleading.
It's been well known that the government has had these taps on the major phone company networks and the internet backbone for years.
They only say this because they have absolutely no idea of what is actually going on and they believe the claims the government is only collecting meta data which is a outright lie.
The authorization has to be renewed every three months. Most likely this is for the John Poindexter's Total Information Awareness Program which was ordered defunded by Congress. Most likely they simply took the program, threw another name on it, and continued funding it anyway. Now we need to look at who authorized this program from whichever party, then impeach them, prosecute them for treason; this is highly unconstitutional.
Here's how it works, they get in real time your drivers licenses, web searches, emails, web sites you visit, phone records, bank and credit card transactions, billing information, information from you from commercial database services, probably medical records, etc. Then they take it all and put it in a gigantic dossier on you.
The dossier will also automatically link you with anyone you have contact with making you an automatic suspect if they commit a crime. Six degrees of separation anyone?
They can then run behavior analysis on this information looking for anything in your information that they can use to begin a investigation against you. It can also be used to directly target you for dirty tricks, if you rise to their level of attention. Do you really know how many laws, rules, and regulations there are; and how many every American breaks on a daily basis...
This story when it breaks and it will; would end up making the Bengazi, IRS, and snooping on journalists combined look like childs play; and could likely end up taking the United States Government down. It makes the East German Stasi look like like rank amateurs.
It's not just Verizon folks. AT&T, Bellsouth, T-Mobile, Qwest, and all the rest are under a similar order. This is just the first one that has become public. See 50 USC 1861 -http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/50/1861. Notice the frequent use of the word shall, the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court has no leeway in issuing these orders
Land of the free and home of the brave anyone...
I think Bittorrent should file a RICO civil suit for conspiracy and copyright abuse against the RIAA and the MPAA and their associated companies for conspiracy in attempting to de-legitimize an essentially legal service by prohibiting member companies from making legitimate use of the service. The flack Cinedigm is getting is the first layer of proof needed that they colluded to do so. The discovery process alone should quite be fun to watch.
The problem is the jamming doesn't stop at their walls and can negatively affect people who have the right to use their cellphones. Under the part 15 requirements issued by the FCC, (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
I would love a legal option for buy access to all of the HBO content online. A HBO streaming video not tied to terrestrial cable companies would be the must have of streaming services. I have Netflix and Amazon Prime, and I would be happy to add HBO Online to that lineup
The DMCA does not grant any rights to trademark holders at all. It only applies to copyrights. They can't use the DMCA to get the trademark infringing content removed. Their only option is a trademark infringement lawsuit. It's total BS and you are free to toss it in the circular file.
They will all tell you this but everyone of them will fold if you insist. Most will simply require you to wear eye protection.
Biometrics have one fatal flaw that has always scared the hell out of me. If someone wants past biometrics, they will either develop fake body parts that work as good as the original, or they will just remove the actual body part.
I observe every single thing done to my car. I am there in the shop as they do them; not in the waiting room. I have seen belts put on backwards, i have seen a mechanic raise my hood into the ceiling. I also come out with a full understanding of what needed to be done on my vehicle and why. Healthcare is the same. You should have full access to YOUR records.
What they said... "Time Warner Cable: No Consumer Demand For Gigabit Internet"
What they meant... "Time Warner Cable: No Consumer Demand For Gigabit Internet at the prices we would be willing to sell it for."