Who other than the NSA could operate a VPN like Private Internet Access who offers unlimited 3MBps+ connections for $5 bucks a month?
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Oh please Galaxia!
This is just evidence that the US has progressed beyond high tech manufacturing - a 20th century legacy industry.
The US is now fully connected and chooses to specialize in bleeding edge products like selfies.
Haven't we known this since the '70s?
This has been known for 20+ years.
The problem is that most states don't allow the adverse party to introduce evidence on the general unreliability of eye-witness testimony.
If you have any idea what any of this is about, or who any of these people are, you're a loser.
NASA objective = welfare and graft
Indian objective = send something to Mars as cheaply as possible.
Don't do the crime if you can't do the time.
I agree with the FAA. Given the current state of cheap R/C copters with zip-tied Herocams, I don't think the operators should be given carte blanche to do as they please. The FAA needs to start rule-making process that involves all interested parties. But, until such rules are promulgated, I think prohibiting commercial operation is a sensible temporary position. Congress has the ultimate power here, but generally, the less they're involved - the better.
Just 5? Seems to me that in a country of 300,000,000 people, covert snooping on 5 is reasonable.
Didn't Shawn Fanning get the Nobel PRize like 15 years ago for setting music free?
I can just see Charlton Heston:
Any encryption in the hands of a decent person is no threat to anybody — except bad
Not a single firefox reference to be found.
The lowest of the low.