No I am sure they will succeed. I mean they managed to add hidden markings that are printed in almost all paper printers to track you and with some scanners you can't copy images of money.
The backdoor is not in the source it is in the MVC++ compiler. NSA is not stupid, putting the backdoor in the source itself would be risky, it would be much wiser to put the backdoor in the MVC++ compiler itself.
On the included SD card? On the manufacturer website?
So if spiteful people start to embed non functioning image URLs to these DRM servers in forums and other public web sites it means a lot of innocent users will be banned because they will have these sites in the their DNS cache even if they never visited them personally. Thanks Valve.
The issue is not the deportation which could be valid for all I know, but that it was carried out illegally. In a civilized country under the rule of laws there should not be any example of circumventing the law WITHOUT any consequences as was in this example. 13 years is not long ago, I doubt there have been massive changes in the legal and political system in Sweden in that time period.
If you want more examples you can take a look at the Pirate Bay trial, where the US entertainment industry basically controlled the Swedish courts to do their bidding.
Wouldn't just the prosecutor need to drop the current case and then the UK permission wouldn't be needed and then he could be extradited with out any problems? But in any case the Swedish government has shown before that they don't exactly follow the law.
Here are two Egyptian asylum-seekers that where extradited illegally from Sweden by the CIA and tortured.
The two Egyptian asylum-seekers that where grabbed on the street in Sweden and deported illegally out of the country by the CIA didn't have much protection.
Well tell that to the two Egyptian asylum-seekers that where grabbed on the street and deported illegally out of the country by the CIA with the full knowledge and approval by the corrupt Swedish government.
Because the UK is not as corrupt as Sweden. They actually follow the rule of law there, but in Sweden the US could just send some agents to Sweden and he could be flown out of there on the next plane.
Really? You don't think that the US can make up some espionage or terrorist charges so that Assange can be extradited to the US from Sweden? Don't be so gullible man.
Because the Pirate Bay trial showed that the Swedish courts are easily controlled by the US entertainment industry, so just imagine how much more the US justice system can control the Swedish courts.
The Metric Conversion Act would disagree with you.
Yes and it has been shown that there are no consequences to lying to Congress if you are part of the NSA. So NSA can lie all they want and nothing happens.