Correct me if I'm wrong, but when I take the train I don't drive it and they still put windows on the cars. The passenger area of a commercial airliner also has windows. What would I want to take the windows out of a self-driving car? I like to see where I am and where I'm going even when I'm not in charge of getting myself there.
Of course Facebook is keeping you in a bubble... of exactly the things you chose to put in your bubble. It's no different than any other source of news. Fox News, MSNBC, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Huffington Post - all bubbles telling one part of one side of the story.
If you don't actively look for other sources of information or other sides points of view, your news sources aren't going to give you "fair and balanced" information.
Space elevator, here we come... in a few hundred more years
Except where they clarify in the article's lede, the title, summary, and article makes it sound like these 25% of vehicles cause 90% of the air pollution on the entire planet. Let's not forget that the millions of cars on the road are nothing compared to large factories or even a small fleet of cargo ships.
Certainly let's do something about those old cars, but that's not the real problem.
Sounds like Google wants you to install a keylogger for your safety.
So what you're saying is that Biggie Smalls was giving out good financial advise? "Mo Money, Mo Problems"
The exact same way they are doing it now.
(I have no idea.)
The summary seems to say that only high-value targets are being intercepted, and that Cisco is trying to protect those customers by shipping to somewhere other than their place of business. If that's their new form of protection, it doesn't change anything if the NSA knows who it belongs to.
Have you never read The Jargon File. It's required reading for any hacker.
How can you call yourself a
Seems easy to circumvent. The [GOVERNMENT ABBREVIATION] monitors the original online or phone order and knows who ordered it. Who cares where it's being delivered.
First line of the article:
"What if the key to your house was shared with 28,000 other homes?"
The fact is, you very well might share the key to your house with more than 28000 other homes. Common lock brands you can buy at Home Depot, Lowe's, etc. create a surprisingly low number of different key/tumbler combinations.
Obviously anyone used to an Earth day will have problems coping. If we ever colonize Mars, the first generation immigrants will have it rough, but their children will find it perfectly natural.
As the saying goes...
Price, quality, speed - pick two. The article doesn't seem to say any more than this. The foreign consultants apparently are very good at the price aspect.
Someone didn't RTFA. Neither of those things will prevent this. The tracking is injected into the HTTP headers by the ISP. Even if you don't accept their cookie, they can still track you.