Phoenix is one of the few U.S. cities in the that realizes a) Public transportation doesn't work well in low density, post-WW2 US cities (aka, the sunbelt and west coast) and b) Grid pattern streets and excellent freeways are the only reasonable, cost effective short term strategy. What is the long term strategy? Nobody knows, except maybe to completely get rid of shitty low density cities, which will never happen. American people want their trucks and backyards, and they especially don't want to have to sit next to some poor person on public transportation.
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Chip + pin WILL be happening in America. http://blogs.wsj.com/corporate...
NFC-based payment system may have a chance to become popular in the mean time.
My point is, many of these images were *taken* with non-apple devices and *deleted* before photo stream was a thing. At this point it is likely someone got access to a darknet cache of images -- the sources are unlikely from one location, but from many many sources over many years.
LTDR; 1. Enable 2FA 2. If you upload something to the internet, assume someday someone will be able to see it and do whatever they want with it. Are you okay with that?
No actual traffic will be slowed down. Instead, participating sites will display embeddable modules that include a spinning “loading” symbol and information about contacting the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the White House, and members of Congress.
It's unclear how the images were obtained, but anonymous 4chan users said that they were taken from celebrities' iCloud accounts. The accounts are designed to allow iPhone, iPad, and Mac users to synchronize images, settings, calendar information, and other data between devices, but the service has been criticized for being unreliable and confusing. Earlier this year, Jennifer Lawrence herself complained about the service in an interview with MTV.
Several media contacted Apple for more information but they have not commented on this yet.
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Boring: Not flashy, not exciting, not experimental, not sexy. Performs as expected.
In other words, exactly how I want my security libraries, my databases, and the other critical infrastructure that runs the planet to be described as. Boring is good. A choice between boring Plain Jane and Simple Sally? Even better. Thank you.
Children who grow up without siblings (ie compeition for parents time) seem to be particularly narrisistic and useless when combined with overbearing and coddling parents. Those