I can't imagine any.
And the parodies of the film will be called
The scene will involve a UPS driver putting boxes in the truck in a neat manner all to the tune of the Russian classic "The Peddlers" (aka "ÐsÐ¾ÑÐ¾Ð±ÐÐÐ½ÐÐÐ")
I'm sure it being used to detect if you are scanning currency.
No this IS.
"Batsh is a simple programming language that compiles to Bash and Windows Batch. It enables you to write your script once runs on all platforms without any additional dependency."
can someone post it someplace else?
Oh look, Protesters. Let's brick their car with V2V.
I'm sorry. I have ZERO confidence that V2V will not have a back door for abuse by authorities, never mind the hacker/crook people.
It would have to be passive and have an OFF switch.
It is a legitimate concern not brought up in the most tactful way. Anybody in their 20s should push for this because they will have one in 30 years or so. It might even be a job requirement ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?... ) (yup, it still gets hacked in the series)
Just look at what they can do with a CAN-bus in cars today:
Now imagine people instead of car. Yup, that's coming. Nothing's off limits.
If it's doable, some asshole will go for it.
Whether it's for kicks or cash.
your limb(s) hitting you.
your hand(s) crushing everything.
Your brain getting zapped by the interface.
"good times" are coming.
But it doesn't make bombs easily like the other reactors designs.
That's why they didn't choose Thorium for fuel.
For years the US portrayed Russia/USSR as an evil empire.
Russia would respond with "but the US is no better".
Snowden is the poster child proving Russia right all along.
Where ever he goes, Snowden will always do that.
We'll need to break through the space junk to get to the moon or Mars:
Wouldn't the ruling also make cable boxes illegal, too?
The cable network is a public network in the sense that hundreds or thousands of people are on that network.
$324.5 million / 64000 workers = $507.03
These tech workers are getting fuck either way.
And we have a proper analogy.
Somebody give this guy some points.
FYI: LibreSSL is a fork of OpenSSL that started over a month ago.