It would allow the Australian NSA access without violating those pesky laws they're supposed to follow...
But...NO2 got turned into some weird NCO thing.
What do you lose in Safari and Spotlight?
If it's just Facebook, then it'll be claimed as a Facebook security breach and not anything related to NSA.
You would want some sort of release of data that collates Facebook accounts to traffic offenses and something to do with cellphone data.
Oh yeah, it is closer to 15 years ago. This is in 2001. ADSL wasn't common enough in New Zealand until about 2004.
I remember dial up plans that were capped at like, 150 hours of usage. So unlimited time based access isn't something I would have thought of as weird about ten years ago.
ADSL came along and it shifted from time based restriction to data cap.
I didn't even mean it that way. But it works.
I have access to unlimited amounts of petrol because I am allowed to purchase as many tanks as I need.
So really, it's cheaper to lay new than to upgrade existing.
How does it bypass that?
But how many people actually reset phone and reset data? I'd imagine a lot of people simply manually delete their photos and unhook their Internet accounts from the phone. Hardly a wipe.
It's when most of the time they are only divisible by itself (and one), and only when the number feels like it will it be divided by another number.
Hey, don't we all want flying cars?
National Storage Archives.