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Comment: Semi-illiterate (Score 2) 335

by pigsycyberbully (#46494785) Attached to: Snowden A Hero? Gates Says No, Woz Says Yes
It is written like a semi-illiterate or the person copied and pasted it in the wrong order. either that or they are secretly drugging and polluting the brains of people in the U.S. turning them into semi-illiterates. U.S. people relying on Windows products and its voice recognition and other Gadgets and programs just a function in life tut tut tut. Have a burger watch a commercial and go back to sleep you obese fat bastards.

Comment: Hello NSA GCHQ (Score 1) 267

by pigsycyberbully (#46309849) Attached to: We Can Avoid a Surveillance State Dystopia
Social manipulation newspeak. Media control propaganda. Random assassination of entire families using drones. Imprisoning anybody indefinitely without trial and without good reason at any time. We live in very dangerous times when one political party is the same as the other just with different names and both defying the laws that make a society a free society a democracy. If a government was to kill people randomly what would such a government be called? If a government tortured people randomly what would such a government be called? If they tried to monitor everything you do and would lock you up in prison indefinitely without trial because they don’t like what you are saying what would such a government be called? When a government stops working for the people what would such a government be called? In 2014 will they kill you? How government works: In the U.K, the Prime Minister leads the government with the support of the Cabinet and ministers. You can find out who runs government and how government is run, as well as learning about the history of government. The Prime Minister is head of the U.K. government. He is ultimately responsible for all policy and decisions. He: oversees the operation of the Civil Service and government agencies appoints members of the government is the principal government figure in the House of Commons The Prime Minister is David Cameron MP and he is based at Number 10 Downing Street in London. More about the Prime Minister’s Office: http://child-porn-hacking-and-...

Comment: Congratulations! (Score 1) 445

by pigsycyberbully (#46309727) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: How Do You Manage Your Passwords?
My passwords are usually more than 16 characters and they are non-dictionary words. They are all types of characters some using non-Romanised letters. I literally could not! cannot remember my passwords for my server for my WordPress for my email system and various different formal and non-formal email accounts managed by me. My Amazon password my eBay password my blah blah blah password even for this website even though it's a smaller password. I keep all my passwords in a plain text file on a external hard drive. I make a policy of not telling people what type of desktop operating system, I use for security reasons my web browser has no identifiable user agent because I do not want to give a potential enemy information to attack my computer system through email and various brute force programs or Trojans and viruses Java exploits and drive-by malware. I run a very secure system and the only weakness I have is remembering those bloody passwords! I'm sick of the fucking things.. Get through my external hardware firewall and my internal software firewall and my intrusion detection and there is my passwords in plain text all in the centre of a pretend dummy boring read-me document. I need to encrypt them some day and yes with another fucking password I hate the bastards. I often use a language and browse websites that have a similar language to 1,338,299,512 people who all think they are master "Hackers." So there is probably 1,338,299,512 people with my passwords plus the NSA and GCHQ and somebody's granny at Tristan da Cunha.

Comment: Far too much secrecy there's been, just for the lo (Score 1) 162

by pigsycyberbully (#46257783) Attached to: NSA Ally Spied on US Law Firm
If they are spying on "everybody" then naturally they have not left anybody out? They just better hurry up and release a story about spying on homos. The NSA doesn't want to be called homophobes and have men in make-up demonstrating outside the NSA building do they? Hey! cannot hold the victim status if they are left out of this! Oh and don't forget Jesse Jackson, what ever you do NSA. Thank you Philip. http://child-porn-hacking-and-...

Comment: Two U.S. women (Score 1) 293

I know an Irishman, he looked like a typical Irishman white pasty faced hairy with a tiny penis. Anyway he was living with two U.S. women, and he said to me these stupid yanks all think they are psychologists and they are all mentally backward bastards. He said they said to him you don't show your emotions you keep things secret. He said to me he only wanted to screw them not talk to the dumb bitches. In the U.S. he said they've got a syndrome for everything if you move talk walk you have a syndrome stupid people. Amazingly for an Irishman he was right yanks are stupid.

Comment: Re:just can't work with that individual. (Score 1) 384

There is a reason why an employer likes to see the word a team player on a CV Know how I can tell you come from academia and have absolutely no clue how the real world of business works? Whenever they make a mistake they say "it's because of that idiot" behind the alleged idiots back. I tend to say it in front of the idiot's face (in private), and then back it up. But I also find that trying to escalate that to the people signing your checks amounts to a complete waste of time. Me, I find "Here, go catch up on your *cough* technical skills and leave me the fuck alone for a few weeks while I do all the work and we both get paid 5x what the regular employees here make" will get you a hell of a lot farther than making a fuss. And for the idiots smart enough to know their shortcomings, you've just earned yourself free coffees for a month. Like it or not, the real world has a lot more people getting paid to do work they have no right doing, than those paying them want to admit. I won't claim myself a superstar, but I've worked with more than a reasonably-proportional number of folks who could only pass as "engineers" in the "sanitation" sense - But, like it or not, HR can't tell someone who knows a lot of buzzwords from a real engineer (now if you want to discuss why HR tends to have so much influence in hiring for jobs they don't have the faintest clue about, we can continue that as a different topic). Oh yeah, and HR doesn't make mistakes. Just ask them about it. Which pretty much sums up my advise to TFS' author - Suck it up. You can't "win" here, just make sure you get paid hourly; do your best to minimize the "expert's" damage; and document, document, document the idiocy in case everything goes to shit and you need to prove you held up your end of the log.

Academia noun The part of society, especially universities, that is connected with studying and thinking, or the activity or job of studying: A graduate of law. = Academia. The place of study or training in a special field. Latin distinguished scholars, artists or scientists. = Academia. I have a big enough head without a semi-illiterate inflating it. Less is more remember that less is more. I once met a Vietnamese man who lived in a cardboard home made out of discarded cardboard. He repaired televisions and radios and computer systems he was extremely clever! people would fetch computers and so on to his cardboard home for repair. My expensively educated friend was so jealous of him that he said to him "you don't know anything! you are reading it all from those books!" The Vietnamese man very peacefully turned round and said to him yes we all learn from others "We evolve and we learn from history we don’t continuously reinvent what has been invented we learn from history we all learn from others. My books are those others."

Comment: just can't work with that individual. (Score 1) 384

With computers with computer networks the idiots always declare that others are the idiots. Whenever they make a mistake they say "it's because of that idiot" behind the alleged idiots back. In computers and computer networks everybody is an expert and every problem is because of somebody else. There is a reason why an employer likes to see the word a team player on a CV, it is because team players help each other and turn all the computer network experts into non-idiots. No company can function without the self-declared experts until the self-declared expert is gone.

Comment: Re:Huh? World Wide Web. The world’s first p (Score 1) 193

by pigsycyberbully (#46229299) Attached to: ICANN's Cozy Relationship With the US Must End, Says EU

US invented the internet, we get that little bonus. It's like a unique wonder in Civ 5. This country gets the bonuses, end of story. If your country colonizes the moon or something, you get those benefits.

The inventor of the television: The world’s first programmable electronic computer Tommy Flowers, Flowers was born at 160 Abbot Road, Poplar in London’s East End on 22 December 1905, the son of a bricklayer. Thomas “Tommy” Harold Flowers, MBE (22 December 1905 – 28 October 1998) was a British engineer. During World War II, Flowers designed Colossus, the world’s first programmable electronic computer, to help solve encrypted German messages. World Wide Web

Comment: Supervisors at the London Olympics monitored nobod (Score 2) 144

by pigsycyberbully (#46186087) Attached to: NBC News Confuses the World About Cyber-Security
Hi, I was one of many supervisors at the London Olympics. All the Routers that were put in every single athletes room had backdoors they were specially designed for the Olympic village. After the games they were destroyed. All mobile phone messages was monitored from a temporary prefabricated building which monitored mobile telephones, and any form of wireless communication. The reason given for monitoring everybody was in case somebody from within the village used a computer, or so on to communicate with somebody outside the village to get them inside the village to kill Olympic athletes. These stupid U.S. propaganda stories are just ridiculous. after the Olympic Games are finished and have been successful the U.S. will forget all about homosexuals and spying. The U.S. doesn't give a dam about homosexuals, it is just using them for propaganda purposes that and this spying nonsense. For security reasons all Olympic Games, are heavily monitored nobody wants to see athletes being murdered by any political groups it has happened before that is why the Olympics is heavily monitored when ever the Olympic Games is held. Being paid to spread anti-Russian propaganda: Benjamin Cohen..

Comment: Eric Schmidt says “spying is the nature of o (Score -1, Offtopic) 131

by pigsycyberbully (#46164745) Attached to: Why the Latest FISA Release By Google Et Al. Means Squat
Google has been fined 900,000 euros for breaking Spanish data protection laws. + Federal Trade Commission (FTC) investigated Internet search engine giant Google for illegally collecting personal data such as passwords, emails and other online activities from Wi-Fi networks in homes and businesses across the United States and around the rest of the world. In November Google agreed to pay a $17m fine to settle allegations that it secretly tracked web users by placing special digital files on the web browsers of their smartphones. Google’s Eric Schmidt says “spying is the nature of our society there’s been spying for years, there’s been surveillance for years.”

Comment: The Schutzstaffel (Score 4, Insightful) 133

by pigsycyberbully (#46161745) Attached to: Britain's GCHQ Attacked Anonymous Supporters With DDoS Do laws matter? When all agree to abide by a law it is called a social contract in English. “An agreement among the members of a society to cooperate for mutual social benefits, by safeguarding individual freedom for state protection.” The Oxford dictionary puts it this way: “Agreement among the members of a society or between a society and its rulers about the rights and duties of each.” The U.K. and the U.S. authorities have broken this agreement so badly in so many different ways that the future is not looking very good. Until they agree to keep within this social contract I will simply tell them at every opportunity to fuck off. Hope you do the same.

Comment: Re:Question U.S. censorship? (Score 0) 38

by pigsycyberbully (#46081417) Attached to: Chinese Search Giant Baidu Launches International Sites

And yet none of this has to do with censorship. I think you have some sort of grudge or personal problem and are trying to fit in a rant about your favorite rage topics in this unrelated context.

Do not worry about it you have a problem processing information. You have a learning disability the brain is a very complex organ, learning is a very complex process. Because of your problems I have simplified it. Thoughts lead to words. Words lead to actions they are all interlinked this means my previous post makes sense to people who can link them mentally. Try this it is less complicated do you understand it? Communications Decency Act (CDA) Trading with the Enemy Act. The Protecting Cyberspace as a National Asset Act. Combating Online Infringement and Counterfeits Act (COICA). Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA). Protect Intellectual Property Act (PIPA). Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA). Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA) Mass surveillance. Before somebody writes about it being too simplified it's not meant for you.. It's for him.

Comment: Re:Question U.S. censorship? (Score 1) 38

by pigsycyberbully (#46080591) Attached to: Chinese Search Giant Baidu Launches International Sites

Will that be with or without censorship?

You mean like the U.S. censorship? and U.S. Internet providers self-censorship? Let's put this straight. What country kills people randomly. What country locks people up indefinitely without trial. What country tortures prisoners. What country spies on its own people monitoring everything its people do. The answer is the U.S., people in glass houses should not throw stones. 1980s: There’s been a bomb in Oxford Street! and in the days before Al Qaeda, there is only one prime suspect. The U.S.A. sponsoring terrorist as always. The U.S.A has sponsored every terrorist organisation in the world. One way or another throughout its short history the U.S. has attempted to kill you.

Comment: Source: U.S. Department of Education. (Score 0) 167

by pigsycyberbully (#45984291) Attached to: Russia Backs Sending Top Students Abroad With a Catch
The Russian students will go to places like Deutschland, the U.K. Austria, and so on. I very much doubt they will be going to the U.S. People who have been to the U.S. know exactly what I am saying. Source: U.S. Department of Education, National Institute of Literacy Research Date: 4.28.2013 U.S. Illiteracy Statistics Data Percent of U.S. adults who can’t read 14 % Number of U.S. adults who can’t read 32 Million Percent of U.S. adults who read below a 5th grade level 21 % Percent of prison inmates who can’t read 63 % Percent of high school graduates who can’t read 19 %

Comment: Gmail is for children (Score 0) 388

by pigsycyberbully (#45932195) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: What To Do With Misdirected Email?
A personalised e-mail address which is both webmail and pop3 mail costs less than a cheap PC program. For example you can purchase a personalised e-mail address with a domain name for less than the price of a yearly subscription to a virus signature scanner. Gmail is not the way to do business it's not private you only have basic controls and it is unprofessional. Even somebody on welfare could purchase a personalised e-mail address for one year for less than the price of a yearly subscription to an antivirus product. Gmail Google mail is meant for children on social networks and for people who don't really need an e-mail address. For goodness sake let the computer illiterate use Google Gmail, if you try to use something like that for business you would be taken for a poor cheap miser somebody that should not be taken seriously. If You were in the land of the rip-off the U.K. and you picked the most expensive personalised domain e-mail address the total price for a year would be 50 pounds sterling With 50 pop3/IMAP mailboxes. Unlimited bandwidth. Spam filters with block IP's and webmail with full control panel and it would still be cheaper than a yearly subscription to an antivirus product. Leave Gmail with the social network children and the down-and-outs.

"No, no, I don't mind being called the smartest man in the world. I just wish it wasn't this one." -- Adrian Veidt/Ozymandias, WATCHMEN