Err that is more people than Australia.
Yep. Put 9/11 on anything and Americans freak out.
I'd prefer for everyone to pirate it.
You screw the North Koreans (and their supporters) and Sony in one go. Win Win.
And ironically, it seems that will be the only way to watch the movie for the time being. Cause the terrorists have won.
Australian drivers licences are done on a state level. That is pretty normal.
The history there is fairly irrelevant. Right now, the US has more or less what Australia has (just as an example) with minor differences in implementation.
Country, State, County/Local Council.
Mmmm....nice warm dessert. Yep we don't have enough desserts in general on this planet.
Its good they are making more.
*dool* apple pie. Yummy.
Only Americans think their states are like countries. No one else does.
(e.g. http://en.webfail.com/c281aaef... )
Erm members of the EU are *countries* not states.
Kinda a big difference.
So you think the same about Snowden and Wikileaks?
There is a reason why it is protected.
If the news organisations posted the dump on their websites that probably wouldn't be morally justified, but if there were documents showing Sony trying to screw over consumers then that is definitely in the public interest.
The rootkits worked on Macs as well. Linux was unaffected.
There was also the Sony rootkit if you have forgotten: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/S...
Destroying people's computers is not quite a nice thing to do.
Of course it was ok for the guys to hack Sony.
Sony fired the first shots years ago.
If we are using second amendment as an analogy, then Sony has been breaking in to houses all around the world.
The hackers who screwed them up royally are just friendly neighbours helping defend the neighbourhood.
When you are in Gitmo, you hope that you'll be dead soon.
If it was 7.5 days of sleep then you are free then sure it might be a better option then.
How do you figure that? A beheading is pretty short.
Given a choice between the two, I'd probably go beheading over 7.5 days sleep deprivation.
I'm sure the poor guy at the end of it would agree with me.
Err so that just describes SUID. Nothing magical or unintended, it still can't operate on a system without root.
And it being on a single computer for years just means it has been found on one single computer, with an admin who didn't look.
7.5 days with no sleep? After half that you'd be saying its pretty brutal.