No free lunches anymore
Musical floppy drives are made by manipulating the internal motor that moves the read/write heads over the floppy disk. Each floppy disk is divided into 80 tracks radially from the centre, which the notoriously noisy floppy drive motor can send the read/write head to. By pulsing the motor at any of those 80 positions, representing different frequencies, you can create a particular musical note. And, because floppy drives don't contain their own controller, they're far easier to manipulate with third-party boards and tools like the Arduino.
Therefore I think each drive has to be chosen individually because with only 80 total positions the chances of any given drive playing consecutive semitone-spaced correct pitches would be small. So it would seem they've gone through a bunch of drives selecting the ones that have a track position that's nearest to each desired pitch to make up 49 semitone-spaced notes.
Or disable the wifi.
Hurts, but really works.
Wiping the contents of your laptop, or refusing to give a password in the US, is generally met with unfavourable consequences
Better than in the UK, where it's a criminal offence punishable by two years imprisonment. (Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000, Part III)
And people are really locked up for that here.
The moral? Snitches get stitches.
It's legal. This is the UK. There is no constitution.
I can't believe this has been modded informative when it is blatantly, and even legally, wrong.
The UK certainly does have a Constitution, and in fact our political system is termed a 'Constitutional monarchy'.
I'm sorry, but this is taught early on at in British Secondary Schools.Anyone who's been to school in the UK should know this. Any UK immigrant who's passed the UK citizenship test will know this.
The laws which the security services are alleged to have broken form part of that constitution.