Should we start checking our own DNA for encoded files from our deep ancestors?
Oh, haven't you got the memo? The American Dream is long over. Seems like the earth is not able to sustain a life like that that you think you deserve.
It's funny how the 'keep internet open, free and without restrictions' doctrine is regarded as 'regulation', whereas the 'let companies regulate internet in any way they wish' is regarded as 'no regulation'. It's the 'market will find its balance' joke.
... a toilet with bugs... now that's disgusting!
add a Hollywood feeding endless violence, and a gun culture and guess what you get.
who would have thought!
I have a dedicated remote server which (among other things) exports via iSCSI a partition on a RAID 5.
On each of the backup-ed PCs/servers a cron script connects to the iSCSI target, open the LUKS volume on the target, and mounts the FS. Then the backup-ed PC/server runs rsnapshot to create a snapshot of its current status. So I can retrieve anything from any of the backuped servers/PCs as it was at anytime. Plus, I don't have to trust anyone on the remote server site because everything leaves the backuped servers/PCs encrypted. Works like a charm!
The writer dismisses all too easy the fear of losing privacy, just because there are technical solutions, as if it was a matter of technical difficulties. The State will not allow this because it will lose power (over people's lives).
finding a captcha is on the verge of proving that you ARE indeed a robot...
Of course he is trolling, consciously or unconsciously.
You can't bring as an argument in favor of the proposed law the opinion of someone who's kid has been abducted! He's too biased to think rational, and you can't build a law on top of such a bias.
And needless to say, as has been proven multiple times, child abuse has been an ideal means to build consensus on limiting free speech which threatens Their Democracy.
Very well said my friend... That's exactly what I thought when I read the news. I hate that many people will use this news as an alibi to say that social welfare is useless, since no good talent is not eventually lost...
I was using BTRFS on two laptops everyday and all was fine for at least a year, but had to remove it because I really needed the accurate free space reading feature...
As if the 'customer feedback' would ever endorse this extra fee, or any other fee...
I regularly have to get rid of disks of my firm with clients backups etc. I just remove very easily the electronic circuit on the back and then during the cold days of winter I put the disks in my fireplace. I don't know the exact temperature there, but next morning all there is is the outer casing and an aluminum maze in the ash bin. I guess, that does the trick.