If Google wants tot do business in France they should obey the laws of France, not frustrate the lawmakers. That is just not professional.
4 weeks= 1 ovary cycle. Think about it.
A couple of thousand Dropbox accounts.
The information in the documents could be considered trade secrets. Google has a right to keep them sectret.
Oh, is that the reason you are eavesdropping on my conversations?
That's what average people usually think. But it's not that hard, really.
It looks like you are trying to make a joke. Do you want help with that?
Well, at least it is a good way to destroy science.
The idea is that "virtual police officers" will be keeping an eye on you — for your own safety, you understand. Other ways in which users will be protected from themselves is through the use of filters.
And where there are laws, it must be OK for law enforcement agencies (LEAs) to ignore them and have content taken down on demand: "It must be legal for LEAs to make Internet companies aware of terrorist content on their infrastructure ('flagging') that should be removed, without following the more labour intensive and formal procedures for 'notice and take action'"
Due process, who needs it? The plans also require some interesting new laws, like this one criminalizing merely posting certain hyperlinks: "Knowingly providing hyperlinks on websites to terrorist content must be defined by law as illegal just like the terrorist content itself"
Incredible though it might sound, that seems to suggest that less common foreign languages would be banned from the European Internet entirely in case anybody discusses naughty stuff without the authorities being able to spy on them (haven't they heard of Google Translate?) You could hardly hope for a better symbol of the paranoid and xenophobic thinking that lies behind this crazy scheme."
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And it's back: http://www.xbian.org/
Disclaimer: I used to work there.
Or they were using Babelfishes. Seems logical, if you think about it.
Have you tried growing a ponytail? It's a good substitute for the beard.
Use a sneakernet.
Through built-in protection for Chrome, Firefox, and Safari, Google said it protects approximately 600 million Internet users and issues several million warnings each day to those users. Google said it discovers about 9,500 new malicious websites every day – These sites could be either innocent sites that have been compromised by cybercriminals, or purpose-built sites designed for malware distribution or phishing. Approximately 12-14 million Google Search queries per day show warnings in order to caution users from going to sites that may be compromised, and provides malware warnings for about 300,000 downloads per day through its Chrome download protection service."
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