It's like pointing out that Slashdot has gone downhill drastically in the past year or so...some things are not supposed to be said.
The Chinese suing over copyright violation? That's like a convicted pedophile suing the local day care centre for not hiring him.
Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain. Or that new peer-reviewed study on glyphosphate.
Nice to know Bing is good at finding something !
Addicts will be able to experience a split second of addiction-free bliss before the laser-bearing shark eats their head..
I use and LOVE both of those add-ons. Ghostery is also good, and it shows what's tracking you even if you choose not to block them.
Wish I had some mod points to push your answer higher. Thanks for the information.
Thank you. Your knowledge saved me a lot of scrambling around for half-remembered facts.
If the federal government was going to bring broadband to West Virginia, they should have gone in and installed it. Handing money to a Red State government for technology is like handing the remote control to your dog.
Come to think of it, I'd expect more from the dog.
So Chrome will show my what Google wants me to see much faster than Firefox will show me what I want to see.
Mr Geist points out this might be contrary to Canadian Copyright Law's fair use provisions.
The National Post is a conservative rag. And just like those in the US, Canadian conservatives believe legal accountability is only for the little people.
...when the result of pulling this kind of stunt would be having a couple of company executives dragged out into the street and shot...."pour encourager les autres".
Do any of Samsung's design patents attempt to teleport Star Trek's designs into the future so they can't qualify as "prior art"?
Maybe within a few short years conservatives who are keeping their head in the usual place might actually be able to see themselves looking back.
We could call it an "eyenus".