"privacy of non-users who may not want their every public move to be recorded"
... Like the police officer about to "go medieval on my hiney" (with, or without, good cause).
That having been said, I think that there is something to be said for having things like secure storage of images -- not so much to protect the public, as to protect the user of google glass for recordings that (s)he makes in more private circumstances. Of the tens of thousands of pictures I have, the couple dozen that I think could qualify for encryption were not taken in public.
The defendant in this case was NOT sued for just planting seeds that happened to be GMO. He was sued for deliberately spraying his crop with glyphosate herbicide to kill non-RR plants in order to isolate the RR gene, and then he saved the resulting 100% RR beans and planted them the following year. Portraying him as an innocent and unwitting victim is absurd. He knew exactly what he was doing.
Yes, this guy is a creepy slimeball who deserves exactly what he got. -- but my question is whether or not the rest of the world (or, at least, the US) deserves what he got -- which is a SCOTUS precedent that effectively validates plant patents. You just know that Monsanto's lawyers are going to go hog-wild widening this precedent into areas that the court tried to say that it wasn't referring to.
I'd even go so far as to wonder aloud whether Bowman (the farmer) was paid under the table to be Monsanto's plant-patent poster boy.
This is in contrast to Canola (rapeseed), which pollinates like a weed and has a very light seed. Monsanto has also generated a 'roundup ready' canola plant, that is very much at risk of invading into other farms unbidden.
It's not mentioned in the text of the article, but it's there when you go to post.
The conceit behind the reboot of the sci-fi epic Battlestar Galactica was that networking military forces exposes them to disaste . . . . .
In the meantime, you want to talk to the crew that's doing the intrusion testing and make sure that they'll be keeping anything they find confidential, and that you'll get the results of the work that they're doing. What they're doing is annoying, but it's better to have it done by friendlies than to have someone truly hostile find some day-0s that they can use against you (presuming that you're willing to close any holes that they find).
It would take minimal work, in terms of hardware, to do that, but it would allow me to extend my battery lifetime enormously.
Everyone that holds it wants to hype it so that it goes up in price vs actual currencies, but if the usage drops, it's useless, and only the people at the top of the scheme, those that mined very early, get anything that resembles a return.
Sounds rather like the Dollar...