Yeah, we should not. But we shouldnt post lies about them or take part in a smear campaign about them either.
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Probably some others.
You mean He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named.
When your job is entirely about being root
I somehow doubt that. Does every process you create need root privilege? Do you ever use grep (or awk or sed) and do you really need to run it with root privileges?
With sudo you can selective run commands with root privilege.
What does your friend being single have to do with DRM/ebooks?
Are there any stores that sell in these formats?
Auth cookies cannot help you delete accounts (or even change password) in well-designed site. The website prompts for the password to make sure its you.
Died from death.
Offtopic, but this is the first time I hear this phrase!
Here is a google cache of her blog post. To me, its seems she just had to vent it out. Judge it for yourselves.
Mmmm... So, first they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win, then they shoot you?
Agreed! But they should not be able fire people for criticizing their bosses or their employer.
Of course it does. It cost nothing to log every meaningful request from any user/ip.
They owned linux? Were you under a rock for a decade?
Yeah, this is about workers rights, not 1st A.
I dont think it can understand the search term, if it were not specifically targeting google.
It would be completely acceptable if the information were publicly available.But what Bing Toolbar (allegedly) does is, when you visit google, it saves your search keyword and the results and sends them to Bing servers. And when someone else searches for similar keywords on Bing, it display these results. This in my opinion is not acceptable.