Like trying to use your laptop in a public area (airport perhaps) that has cameras virtually everywhere. Which then would cause the user to either override the blur to cancel or not use their machine. What we need is a glasshole app that works with a blurring technology to decode the blurred screen. That way only the user with the glasses can read their screen. This could be allow customization to the user with some sort of private key shared with the glasses or also another type of public key shared among anyone who has that key can see the picture.
So this glasshole walks into a bar. I don't know what happened after that. It was either the intruding camera detection blur or the alcohol but all I then remember is talking about closing the analog hole and I soon realized I might be in a situation not to my liking.
You browse or use an app with 50+ tabs open at any given time
... true story my co-worker does this in almost every single app he has open that has tabs. It is sad ... that is all.
Slashdot users already promote their privacy via face and neck beards and have been for years.
ABOVE THE LAW
Or instead, maybe they should have hired architects, engineers, and/or developers and not "coders" or "programmers".
To be fair, the cops did pull out their iPhone thinking there would be an app for that but surprisingly there wasn't so the taser was the next closest thing.
Glad the populace on there will enjoy HTTPS as I have been explicitly been using for years now. I never wanted my pesky network admins sitting on the wire and watching what I post when I am at work
... errrrr on break ... errr I mean ...
Subsequently from that same corner you will still be able to obtain organically grown STDs from your local hooker.
Are the genes actually modified? Or are the stem cells inhibited to use already pre-coded information for developing into eggs. The details therein define a difference but I haven't looked at the research enough to actually determine if your statement has validity.
Where do they stop? What's next, telling women to wear covered clothing to prevent legitimate rape too?
I thought all you had to do was use a little social engineering and you can do what you want with the data.
Sure we aren't talking about Alabama here. ASU has some of the hottest college chicks in the US. If you got out of the basement now and then you might have known that. Albeit that has nothing to do with this topic so why Phoenix you ask
... because it's easier to melt silicon there? DUH! /ducks
Pfft! You act like telecoms are not already doing that.
Agreed but I don't think all field agents are a fail. At my previous job, which was actually raided by the FBI, they seized servers took what I assume they were looking for, deleted the video captured during the actual seizure which was found by IT when they returned them weeks later. After this was when I began my search for a job at a company that wasn't under scrutiny of a federal agency.