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Google found a way to place always-on microphones in everyone's homes. Fuck this company.
Why downmodded? The AC is making a valid point.
Car repair does not make car faster, nor more comfortable.
Correction: 'to become proper crime professionals.'
likely to turn them to harder, more violent crime/quot
Likely? I'm not a statistician, but I would be willing to be that such outcome has the highest probability out of all 'correctional' prison exercises.
The prison system is 'correcting' minor offenders to become crime.
Well, there's the privatized prison industry to protect and the guy must have been a sniper. Where's NRA in all this? FTW.
Yes, they can, but it is limited to ReiserFS.
Moving services like ssh to a higher, non-default port is not done for "security". It is primarily to reduce the noise written to logs. More noise = larger logs = more CPU cycles to process. Probably never intended to be "clever".
Move on, nothing to see.
Hypochondria is alive, well and getting stronger. Look how big pharma companies have been trading. Look at the slew of new "diseases" and the "disorders" that were not considered anything other than an expression of an energized growing human youth.
Your reasoning is very simplistic and flawed. Let me iterate over a few key issues with it.
I cannot predict what third party integrations a given site uses prior to visiting it. Even though I use a myriad of plugins that block third party origins, such as RequestPolicy, when I visit websites using googleapis and other $google_widgets, the content is not available, as it relies on Goog serving the content. There are multitude of other origins, such as *.amazonaws.com, without anything clearly identifying the content owner in the URL. Some of such sites are linked from
You are obviously clueless. The issue is cross-domain tracking, as in where someone uses one of the FB, Goog, or other 'widgets' or advertising integrations on their own site. Could be something as 'unrelated' as using Goog Analytics. You visit site X, the analytics code collects information about your visit and stores it on Goog servers. Then you visit site Y and code used to embed youtube video does the same. Rinse, Repeat.
Why? Hmmm... let's see.
- trying to demonize "hackers", while
- trying to break DNS, while
- trying to stir up political agenda.
Also, because SOPA, DRM, etc.
This should help you get out from under the rock: http://slashdot.org/index2.pl?...
Go fuck yourself.
Well, you do not "have to install extra software on every server", you can have Chef or Puppet or even Ansible do that for you. While you're sipping your coffee and watch it run
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