The way I see it, the men in black pointed the gun at him and said "Take those drugs! Now!"...
Android 4.3 now has multiple user capabilities, where features can be disabled: http://www.howtogeek.com/170191/share-your-android-tablet-and-keep-your-privacy-with-a-guest-account/
I'd say have 3 accounts: Admin, for Kindergarten use (no games), and for play time (Kiddie has to ask a parent for the password)...
Being scared of potential stuff ultimately leads to mental illness.
Guess who spent trillions of dollars to spy on everybody because they're scared of potential threats.
He talked to the civilian Chinese newspaper about the US government hacking Chinese civilian servers.
I trust him, if his motive was really to sell those secrets for money to the Chinese, he would've done it covertly. He wants everyone, not just the Chinese, to have information about what the US Secret Police is doing. Want to bet that there are backups of ALL the files on NSA's illegal activities in the hands of Guardian reporters too? Snowden can disappear at any moment, he'll have trusted someone like Greenwald/a Guardian IT person to take care of his secrets, maybe as an insurance policy as well.
Just like we get pissed if the Chinese hacked Google, the Chinese are pissed that the US hacked into university servers. If it were military targets like the Pentagon, we would think it's fair game...
It'd be more interesting to send parts of the password to different people. So for example 3 people out of a group of 7 would have to join their parts to get the whole password. Redundancies are there in case some of the people fall off the face of the planet. Ideally you'd find 7 people where no three of them would join up to conspire against you -- that is admittedly very hard.
I'm sure there's a mathematical function to split up a piece of information so that 3 out of 7 pieces is enough to restore it. How to do it is an exercise left for the reader.
I played with a BlackBerry in 2008, and they already had/have this. If an app doesn't have a particular permission, it would get a SecurityException. It's supposed to keep functioning (e.g. a chat app might not be able to read your contacts, so it would have to have its own contacts database that you'd manage manually).
But of course Google apps just say "I have to have all permissions or I won't install myself"
Was going to say, why not just put stickers with plain-text info? This is a solution looking for a problem, and there are network latency issues, etc etc.
Of course the benefit of having it on a site is that it is instantly modifiable, if the patient's medication changes...
Except that if you're serving content using a standard home connection, the upload bandwidth is a fraction of download bandwidth, and those pics will take forever to load compared to pics served by Facebook...
Overuse of smileys detected... God damnit, wie alt seid ihr, 16?
Second Life and MySpace says hi!
Actually, you're still right. A few years ago people were saying these 2 will be the future of the internet. So, "future of the internet" = don't invest! "passing fad!" = invest all the money!
Ah crap, hit the wrong button, sorry!
He abused his position, broke his oath, and acted to place materials whose secrecy he was supposed to protect... into the hands of enemies (and friends, frenemies, neutrals, and basically anyone who cared to look).
Arguably, he was uphholding his oath of defending the US Constitution, and the best way he saw to do that was to expose the whole festering mess that was going on in the military. Machine-gunning kids, how the hell is that acceptable?
Frankly, he deserves what he gets.
OK, I can see you don't put much value in the Constitution anyway... Or your belief in it depends on whether you agree with a particular point or not...
I can think for myself, and when I read his writings, I can judge for myself whether he's misrepresenting the facts or not, whether his opinions are defending the truth or defending the evil, and whether I agree with him or not.
And for a lot of things, I agree with him. It's not like I'm hiring him to be my accountant, where it would be a lot easier to hide the facts, how can you not trust the act of writing? His articles are read by a lot of people (oh wait, maybe he's sock-puppeting his audience too!) and if they found lies in it they would've protested, and loudly too.
He sock-puppeted once, does that mean everything he's done and he's continuing to do is useless in your eyes? Keep thinking that, meanwhile he's turning out to be the champion of uncompromising progressives' causes (unlike those who protested torture under Bush and then supported them under Obama...)