Just like Mt. Gox, I believe the problem with the AM breach is people stepping back a lot on their online practices. Some might say its use induces moral/ethical practices, and in AM specifically propagating such practices to IRL/AFK. But I believe keeping human flaws hidden in thought is much worse for individuals and society in general.
One of the most relevant things the Internet has brought us, through stuff like social web (influencing our real life friendships) or article comments (showing how critical our nature really is, oftentimes offensive, but broadening our knowledge with third-party insight), is the ability to express our inner feelings and will openly, creating stronger bonds between individuals both online and offline or, at the very least, solidifying existing bonds through true empathy. If we have a means to speak, produce, or simply act more for self-improvement, we will also undoubtedly have more output "humanity" thus creating a stronger sense of knowledge of our current nature and how it evolves, and grow larger in our goals.
To that effect, AM's breach will have consequences much like an online shop being hacked, or more specifically what China's or North Korea's internet censorship: it will create social stigmas reducing the will to and shield the effective usage of the affected topics. And keeping people from doing what they do, if it is socially acceptable to some level, is an indirect form of oppression.
In the end though, we will have a lot more unhappy couples that could be using AM to have a decent life but won't out of fear, and we will have a lot of companies not wanting to create such types of ideas out of the sheer market threats that all this ordeal has brought back. Simple as that.
There is a very specific reason that you can't find any decent sugestion on these comments getting 5+. To put it simply, there's no silver bullet.
(for brevity I'll summarize my sugestion here, just combine the following: Control the PC with Remote Desktop for Android; Stream Audio+Video with Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter or a cheap Miracast Dongle; Have a PC that enables flawless screen casting over wifi, preferably using Intel WIDI on Win8+ and an Intel GPU; Have some very good domestic WIFI network; Forget long cables exist: they won't give you control over the PC, they are more expensive than a good enough router and they are cumbersome when you don't need their lenght anymore)
Everyone has very specific needs (marked with * are yours):
- some already have a gigantic library, so they need fast/reliable access to it wherever it is (also varies)
- most (of the afforementioned) formats are picky: lossless/lossy/weird audio formats and won't play everywhere nicely
- some just want to stream popcorntime (or youtube, or hulu, or [insert your brand of constantly updated content])
- others just want to cast their PC screen *
- then they realize they also want to control it from afar...*
But then, everyone has very specific, sometimes catch-all habits:
- some want to use the thing everyday, so they want swift performance, intuitive UI control and quick pinpoint of programing, even some form of "zapping"
- some watch sporadically and can take the hit on performance, usability, and even availability
- some want to use it once a year, but they want it to be flawless that once
Everyone has a certain flavour of a crucial part of the "system":
- no decent internet uplink from the ISP
- no decent WIFI for streaming HD content (remote or local)
- no chance to wire the place around for solving previous issue
- Linux, Mac, Windows, Android, HDMI (and its versions), DVI (and its versions), DisplayPort (you knwo how it goes), D-SUB..... USB (...Micro; Type-C lel)...
And then there's the real nitpicky shyte: low power usage, low noise, below 50$, must use https/proxy/VPN yada yada. Seriously I think there isn't two people in the world that, whatever solution they attempt, both of them will never be completely happy with that solution. But there's certainly one for your needs and I have a sugestion that just might be it:
Since you want video, audio, and control over two separate floors, you surely need to use that WIFI network. No way around it: and HDMI cable won't totally control your PC from afar. So you want at the very least 802.11n everywhere (router, tv-side, pc-side, smartphone-side). If you are thinking of streaming to pc from the interwebs, you might even need either wired connection router->PC, or alternatively dual band "ab" stuff so local throughput doesn't get chopped by the big mesh dynamics going on. Since we got the "medium" out of the way, now we need your "control device". Three words: Android Remote Mouse (google it). Now the most important part: how to get your display+audio out of that PC and into that HDMI? Unfortunately there's only one decent choice in my humble opinion (it has many names though...) Miracast/Widi/screencasting. And that narrows your choices a lot: PC side you need an intel CPU and Windows 8+ as they are the (to my knowledge) the most viable way to share desktops SEAMLESSLY; TV side, I will say you want a Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter or any decent Miracast dongle that suits your pocket. People say chromecast will also allow it but I wouldn't trust 2yo product on a constantly feature-changing (sometimes without warning) software platform.
I found this from the reviews on the chrome extension site as I didn't bother installing it, WHICH IS STILL MORE THAN THE ARTICLE AUTHOR MANAGED TO DO.
government of the people, by the people, for the people
The real problem is current governments wants everyone to believe everything they do is eccentric and not egocentric. Like: "hey we gon' take this info so u can be protected from yo'self man. Trust"
The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects
I highly doubt any part of the 4th was written taking into account the characteristics of digital data. Even "effects" is not enough a concept to include the complex digital data concept. Some data has no effect at all. Some data is test data. Some data is not even created by the user. NO DATA CAN BE PROVEN TO BE CREATED BY THE USER, only its PC, account, IP Address, etc. It would be much like adding "...effects... and thoughts" to the original list. Big no-no.
supported by oath or affirmation
Maybe it would be nice to also note that, in this particular case, the defendants are only informed of such warrants when enough evidence has been gathered to solidify all prosecution vectors possible, even if such vectors were deduced from information obtained by the aforementioned, non-disclosed-to-defendant-thus-incontestable warrant. Seems like some pretty heavy abuse of power to me. Or is the state supposed to use loopholes to spy on its own citizens?
and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.
These warrants are obviously generic. They can't "particularly describe" anything besides what they are supposed to see in publicly available information. Unless the government has access to the private keys of root certificate authorities and KNOWS BEFOREHAND what is going on in the private communication between client computers and Facebook servers. Oh wait, THEY DO... And even knowing it beforehand, they fail to describe such "things" with the minimum detail in these warrants... They are so admittedly sloppy with these investigations, they prefer to keep them generic - just like a bad detective with an ego the size of the moon likes them.
It seems fine to me too.
Anyone undertaking these courses knows what they're signing up for (pseudo-science), and in all honesty, it goes to show how well respected, religion-aligned theology courses have had state approval (and actual educational value) throughout the times. After all, most "original universities" started out from a form of clergy information repository, and its faculty and alumni related one way or the other to religion.
It would be antithetical to not sanction an homeopathy course by denying the very own subjective origin of universities as a whole. Much the same some computer science has management courses because they matter to its target audience, having homeopathy in, say, a Bacteriology major feels much like a course that complements the objectivity in all other courses of such major. It certainly feels a lot more right than distance learning or scientology at least.
Real Programs don't use shared text. Otherwise, how can they use functions for scratch space after they are finished calling them?