We need crimes like internet piracy to help foment the growth of the global police state! These are real criminals who needed to be hunted down and punished to the full extent of the law (and then some) at the behest of our media moguls who help fill the political troughs. US gets to go first, but one day China and Russia would sure love a turn.
I can no longer disable ads on Slashdot. Is that right? Must have missed the memo.
Just looked it up. What a load of horeshit. Guess I'll cancel my subscription. Oh that's right, I don't have one.
Move along. Move along.
It's becuase i wuz thinking that it's so WISE you used the word "DEVOUR" in the title because MUCH LIKE A SHARK MIGHT DEVOUR A HUMAN, so too might the bandwidth of a web server be DEVOURED by excess usage by humans.
I too am shark.
Probably the Germans doing reconnaissance on the French squad.
Because if it was the Belgians it would have been a Luftwaffle.
Having complete strangers being able to pry into all your personal data and intercept your private communications.
Why there oughta be a law, mister. There really should.
Qatar is investing enough money to host the football world cup - a tournament that lasts one month - to fund NASA for ten years.
What a world.
Snowden is a hero or a traitor? Discuss.
[Meanwhile pay no attention to the men in black dungarees quietly moving the governmental surveillance apparatus to an undisclosed location.]
1. Dealing with a wide array sockets and dongles.
2. Freelancing more remunerative but far more risky.
3. Constantly worrying about viruses and having to conduct frequent screenings.
4. Coping with strange end-user requests.
5. Getting fucked by clients AND bosses.
Who said the world was fair? Rules and laws only apply to those too meek to resist.
Mark my words: the worst that happens to Verizon is a finger-wagging and maybe a slap-on-the-wrist fine.