Encrypt everything you can, always, everywhere. Even bad encryption will slow the spies down and increase their costs.
Wow, then I must be super intelligent, like 200 IQ smart, since I've been using KDE on all my chinines since about 1998 or so and I never thought that it is complicated.
Careful dude, you may get a ton of pre-orders for your new FuxMatic3000XP by advertizing on Sloshdat.
There is nothing wrong with the word gimp in most of the civilized world. It is only a slightly derogatory teenager slang word in some US high schools.
Aww come-on, what is wrong with squirting songs with your Zune???
No, you just fell for the shill...
The problem is that the general public now wants the police to keep them safe against everything and anything, not just prosecute criminals. In this case, the people that were arrested haven't actually done anything yet. They have only thought about it. So they are being prosecuted for a thought crime.
I have given an Android tablet to my mother in law (an old farmer in a remote region). It works like a charm. No problems.
Minix has been around since the early 1980s, so it is hardly novel anymore. Microkernels are also quite popular, Apple Mac OSX uses one and that is what I am using right now. Slow? Maybe. I never tried to do a proper benchmark, but sometimes it does feel annoyingly sluggish.
Finally I have something useful and old fashioned to do with my Beaglebone Black. Running Linux on it was kinda boring.
You will never watch them again anyway. Most meticulously saved data is never accessed again.
Wow, congratulations on beating the devil, but keep on being vigilant.
Hmm, I think that the patients on which nonsense treatments actually work, likely were misdiagnosed and didn't have cancer in the first place, but were rather ill from something lesser, which was cured by their immune system as normal.
No, the OS is perfectly fine thanks. And don't tell me you don't know about XFCE or LXDE.
Of course they are being paid. OSS maintainers work for IBM, HP, Red Hat, Canonical, Debian, Oracle, Novel... and a few even work for Microsoft.