What happens when the militia itself needs disposing of?
Glad to see there's someone out there that cares about privacy and is looking to do something about it!
Unless this was irony, no: Bill Gates doesn't care about privacy. He cares about profits.
All I see here is one company - Google - bringing misery to people with their surveillance equipment in disguise, and an individual trying to profit from the coming backlash. All in all, both are out to profit from you, but none have your interests at heart.
I don't think anyone claims that open-source software won't ever have security issues. The claim is that the open-source model tends to find and correct the flaws more effectively than the closed-source model, and that the soundness of the resulting product tends to be better on average.
One case does not disprove that. The key words there are "tends" and "on average".
Flying cars are technically possible.
Flying cars however are not desirable for everyday drivers: they have a hard enough time managing 2 dimensions, we don't need them to occupy a third. So unless they're fully automatic in flight mode (with manual control disabled), flying cars can only be flown by trained pilot.
The market for pilots who want a plane that turns into a car is very small. That's why flying cars won't happen - not enough money in it.
Those of us who don't live in cities have been driving fine at night without streetlights forever.
Of course, y'all have significantly more accidents than us mollycoddled city slickers, so you may want to reconsider the use of "fine" in this context.
I know them all. They all work in Marketing.
More graffitis in cities...
I wish those so-called "artists" practised their art on canvas at home or something, instead of ruining cityscapes and costing taxpayers millions for cleanup.
what on earth does that sentence mean?
What do you mean what on earth does that sentence mean what on earth does that sentence mean - the haves?