...Since Goonfleet swarmed noob ships into Delve!
Well, a little bit more updated news.. (Jan 2010)
Seems one of the main people referenced in the story is dead trying to re-enter the US after he fled, the other is in Jail.
At least we know what happened to the players.
You could of just said Truecrypt and made it alot shorter...
I'll always think Art Bell when I hear of that show... He'd know exactly how to get the bottom of these electronic brain gizmos...
Forgot to say, "...in public places" in the title.
This law is talking about areas that are public. And you have to think what can be covered by that....
Can Wal-mart? Can the Wal-mart parking lot?
No to both answers.
Simple way to view it, anywhere your tax dollars pay for upkeep. A court house, a public park, a school are some examples.
With the thought of this looming, if ever there was a time for mass-adoption of GPGP or other open PGP/encryption methods, this is it. Shared keys, trust, and full party encryption needs to be adopted and expected by the public before that's outlawed as well in order to allow this type of system.
Not with Intel GPUs you won't.
Curious to know what the original concept/production dates are of Ultima and EQ. Release dates are not the dates that the ideas were thought up or put to paper.
You'd hope any spyware scanner worth using would have picked it up 20x faster.
Not all anti-virus and malware scanners will include commercial products in their database.
Unless of course the commercial product in question is a Windows system file...
Even singles sites are lonely enough to pay for some action... I thought I was the only one willing to pay out $100 for head...
"Oh what wouldn't I give to be spat at in the face..." -- a prisoner in "Life of Brian"