Yes, and soon a cashless society is thrust upon you, and then you can never be without your phone.
How many Linux/Unix repositories have been hacked? What exactly drops in when you update?
The project was motivated in part by concerns about the possibility of “another Arab Spring,” which was sparked in Tunisia in December 2010 and later spread to countries across the Middle East and North Africa. Western governments and intelligence agencies were largely blindsided by those events, and the document detailing IRRITANT HORN suggests the spies wanted to be prepared to launch surveillance operations in the event of more unrest.
It appears in some ways that these agencies have become dependent on their digital surveillance, to the point they are missing exactly what they claim to be looking for.
I guess if you want to plan a revolution just use paper...
Because the mass beneath your feet would be lower.
It's interesting how individuals care about their nations image, over anything else...
Ugh... I knew that but for some reason it didn't click in my head.
But what might come as a surprise is that if you went up to the peak of the highest mountains, not only would the acceleration due to gravity be its lowest, but there'd also be less mass beneath your feet than at any other location.
Mass is the same regardless, weight changes, so how is the mass less on top of a mountain?
So what did I miss here?
An object on the Moon would weigh less than it would on Earth because of the lower gravity, but it would still have the same mass.
It's sad I have been offered this
two years of free credit monitoring and identity threat protection as compensation
6 times now, and from 6 different corps.
Turns out, the same bulk registrant in China that registered the phony Premera and Anthem domains in April 2014 also registered two Carefirst look-alike domains — careflrst[dot]com (the “i” replaced with an “L”) and caref1rst[dot]com (the “i” replaced with the number “1”).
Additionally, ThreatConnect has unearthed evidence showing the same tactics were used on EmpireB1ue.com (note the “L” replaced with a number “1”), a domain registered April 11, 2014 (the same day as the phony Carefirst domains). EmpireBlue BlueCross BlueShield was one of the organizations impacted by the Anthem breach.
Well you can't stop people from getting these tools, you may be able to keep people from selling them.
Actually it's because of AC's, though I like to leave my settings so that I can see AC's, sometimes they are the most insightful.
Not you though.
Yeah, the watch does suck, but we all knew that it was going to didn't we? Doesn't seem like anything Jobs would have let out.
Came away from that with fond memories of Defender, and that it's always more interesting to see what people do with the tech (the computer in a briefcase and other "redesigns") than what's released by a corporation.
The truly open smartphone
that cares about your privacy
Pretty sure inanimate objects don't have "cares", but is it odd I like the fact it has real buttons?
Maybe, Normally I would agree with that, but I wouldn't be surprised to find out otherwise.
In any case I would imagine most use the app.