Indeed. And accessing using HTTPS isn't even guaranteeing anything in this browser since the proxy service and the browser is provided by the same party, so they can trivially add their own CA and sign certificates for whatever sites they want.
If they were doing secure encryption they could have just answered the question themselves. Since they instead went for silencing the critique, I guess the security of CipherCloud most be pretty bad.
I do not believe this is a fair use problem. You can still quote the articles by just reading the text and typing it in yourself. Quotations are not meant to be large chunks anyway.
Why not? I think that is the responsibility of the user. You can indicate the password strength but please let me as a user use whatever password I want.
This sounds vulnerable to a DoS attack, though. If I walk up to your house and enter a random pin a couple of times you are effectively locked out from your own home for up to an hour.
How is cookieculler different from setting a default policy in Firefox and then using the built-in whitelist in Firefox to give permissions for certain sites?
The Debian packages are really strange for XBMC. First off the Linux instructions are aimed primarily at Ubuntu. Then the other problem is that there is some kind of a fork between the "official packages" for Ubuntu and the Debian packages provided on debian-multimedia.org, the latter not being up to date (only rc2 is available).
Short of adding a Ubuntu PPA to my sources.list, I am not sure how I can get this thing installed on Debian, which is a bit annoying.
I've compiled it myself for Debian, using the instructions from Compile XBMC for Linux. I've spent some hours figuring out which packages to install prior to compilation, but most of them is listed in the README.linux file (which you get when you checkout with git as part of the installation procedure).
When you're done compiling, instead of doing a make install, use checkinstall to get a
The best thing about this is that you can run the latest code without waiting for a release. The code in the repository have always been very stable for me, and I've had access to most of the features in 11.0 since February. Once you've managed to do your own compile it's just a matter of git pull to get the latest changes downloaded and then doing a recompile and build a new package.
I think it's like Last.fm for movies and TV shows. You install i plugin for your media player which tells Trakt.tv what you are watching and it suggests similar movies for you. At least that's what I figured out by reading the about page.
We sell sugar-free energy drinks in the cafeteria at my university, alongside a sugar-filled variant of the same brand. The sugar-free one is pretty popular. One guy even bought some candy at the same time as the sugar-free energy drink!
Maybe because "we" north European countries are part of the European union which makes it easy for people to travel between poor and rich countries.
Note that I don't think it's the poor peoples fault. There's obviously some sort of organised crime utilising poor people for their own gains and this is made easier just because of the ease of travel, but that same ease of travel is a big win for other parts of society, and it's also fair to not bind people to the geographic region they happend to be born in. I'm sure americans have similar problems.
I think it's fair for artists to get a big part of the revenue. What I don't think is fair is that the producers, who are themselves just middlemen, will take a large bit of the revenue. Artists taking 2/3 of your profit is therefore fair, IMO, because you are just a middleman as well.
No, but this is Sweden. The motto of our police force are something along the lines of "Raidin' The Pirate Bay and keepin' their servers forever". Thus, your comment are not at all inappropriate to describe Sweden.
This is probably the worst comment ever.
On the contrary, I know a few non-techie people that use The Gimp on Windows with a Wacom tablet. They are happy with The Gimp, both because it's free and because it's a good tool to work with.