Does it come pre-hacked, or does each individual police force in your area have to rape it separately?
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"The software analyzes input from such hardware as fingerprint scanners and infrared sensors to make sure that you are you and not some impostor, and then signs you in without requiring you to enter a password.
Fabulous. So in the Brave New World of Windows Hello, a "hacker" is a guy with an axe and a microwave.
And I'm the one they call "Lefty".
Funny how often these articles come from the country that brought "sox", "labor", "dialog" and "liter" to the English-speaking world.
As long as you're the first, I can live with that.
Nice job of cherry-picking, or simply devising a situation out of nothing.
Meanwhile, why don't you tell us how many innocent people should be put to death who would otherwise have been exonerated...even decades after their conviction? One? A dozen? Where's your cut-off point? And what penalty should be paid by law enforcement officials who hide exculpatory evidence?
Because these things have happened in reality a lot more often than the hypothetical case you describe.
Does a huge spew of vomit count as one instance of feedback, or do they count the chunks and derive a more realistic number?
2. I know. We call these minor omissions "typos". I tend to make them when I'm in a hurry, because my right index finger contains a transplanted tendon and doesn't work very well.
I heard that when five WoW's (Women of Walmart) accidentally manage to synchronize their steps, seisometers as far away as Tierra Del Fuego register the disturbance. Also, dogs howl and cows stop giving milk.
I'm sure these computers are fabulous. I'm equally sure they'll burn out in two or three years...or less. Meanwhile, I've got a seven year old desktop PC that has never been shut off for any length of time, only rebooted.
It's fine. Yes, I have a more up-to-date machine, which I use when I need it. It will eventually take its place as my reliable backup, when the old one finally croaks...if it ever does.
Please, for the love of god, do NOT test Walmart's sewers.
Considerably less than the cost in lives of all the American soldiers who have died protecting the "rights" of US-based oil companies in the Middle East.
I should think the safest place to hide would be among fundamentalists.
No large concentration of brains there to attract hungry zombies.
I'd still pick Silicon Valley, but yeah. Good answer.
Where would one find a large, concentrated population of the most selfish, inconsiderate, greedy, preening, risk-loving, egotistical, psychopaths on the continent?
Cue the Global Warming Denier trolls who infest this place in three...two...one...