You're making too much damn sense to be on slashdot. Are you a troll?
Let's fuck up already fucked-up persons more. Way to go civilized society.
Someone stop the world, I want to get off here.
I'm sure there must be something I'm missing in your reasoning.
How do you make sure that the files on the "other side" are not read by anyone? Sounds like you just transfer the files (presumably using rsync over ssh) and leave them plain on the remote server. With duplicity, the encryption and decryption is all handled on the client side.
Sounds nice. I'll have to try that.
What, noone mentioned duplicity yet?
Huh? The statement "Schizophrenia is not orthogonal to intelligence" does not say that schizophrenia == intelligence (while your own statement says that schizophrenia != intelligence), it says that just because someone is schizophrenic it does not mean that they're not intelligent.
Why would they do that when it hasn't even come to the courts yet? This is about the prosecutor wanting to conduct an interview in Sweden, and refusing to go outside Sweden to do the interview.
Yeah. But then there's this:
'Padilla was held for three and a half years as an "enemy combatant."'
Although to give you the benefit of the doubt, I don't know what you meant by "speedy".
"Assange is avoiding ARREST"
Well, technically, he's avoiding a hearing on Swedish soil, which really isn't a criminal offense.
Who's paying for the bandwidth the ads use up? Probably not Mozilla.
What if your connection has a bandwidth cap or you pay per MB for traffic?
You're absolutely right. I didn't really consider that they'd never actually seen it before.
Although one would think that people would think twice when picking and eating mushrooms they have never seen before...
Oh well, people have done things way more stupid than that before.
Those ads have to come from somewhere not local to the workstation FF is running on. That means that they eat bandwidth. What if you have a bandwith cap? What if you have to pay for each MB of traffic?
If they do this, its bye-bye FF for me
I really think it "glitch".
The Death Cap is something I learned as a child not to touch, and I teach my kids that too. It's pretty common where I live to learn which things in nature are edible and what to watch out for. I had the impression most people around the world had that kind of education "built in". Is that not the case in the US these days?
Everyone is already a criminal. It's just a matter of finding what crime they're guilty of.