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Comment: Re:Fre speech (Score 0) 630

by kiep (#42369043) Attached to: Drawings of Weapons Led To New Jersey Student's Arrest
Charles Manson haven't kill anyone nor wrote anything with blood, he wasn't even around at the time of the killings. Instead of reading fantasy books or watching fantasy movies about him, or clips of him taken out of context, go research the subject before posting lies. There are few real documentaries and a lot of interviews, and some real books like The Manson File: Myth and Reality of an Outlaw Shaman by Nikolas Schreck. or w/e... it's easier to watch 1min clip of him going crazy and listening about him for 30sec on the NEWS than wasting tens of hours reading and watching boring shit...

Comment: Re:Ancient Chinese secret, huh? (Score 0) 152

by kiep (#42190825) Attached to: ITU Approves Deep Packet Inspection
ECHELON is a global communications interception system, created by the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and New Zealand to routinely and indiscriminately monitor and record all forms of electronic communications worldwide both military and civilian and overseen by the National Security Agency. Designed during the cold-war, ECHELON primarily intercepts worldwide non-military communications, including those from governments, organizations, businesses and individuals. It could intercept practically any communication between countries anywhere in the world. The project ECHELON receiving system thieves this streams of millions of communications every hours to massive rez of computers. These computers decrypt messages when necessary, than when required utilize optical character recognition or advanced voice recognition techniques to extract words from each message. Every message captured is analysed for keywords or phrases found in the ECHELON dictionary. Keywords include all the names, places, code words or subjects that might be of interest. There are second search lists for each member country. Messages acquired at any of the receiving posts, containing requested keywords are automatically past on to intelligence organizations requesting those keywords. Those messages are flagged for further analysis. ...and ray of receiving stations collect all international communications carried by approximately 20 INTELSAT satellites. The INTELSATs are used by telephone companies of most countries. Thou they carry primarily civilian traffic, they also carry diplomatic and governmental communications. These INTELSATs are positioned in the stationary orbit around the equator and carry tens of thousands of simultaneous phone-calls, faxes and e-mails.

+ - Can Google Disrupt The PC Market With $249 Chromebook?->

Submitted by sfcrazy
sfcrazy (1542989) writes "Google has made an unexpected announcement today ahead of Windows 8 launch, the same day with Ubuntu 12.10 was scheduled to be release. Google has announced a $249 ARM powered Chromebook. The announcement holds all the potential to disrupt the consumer PC market, something Ubuntu has been trying since 2004."
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Sigmund Freud is alleged to have said that in the last analysis the entire field of psychology may reduce to biological electrochemistry.