You have this backwards. There is no right you have to privacy from public photos. Do show me where you suppose one exists.
Maybe you're still missing the "being in public means being in public" part? You don't get to choose when that's somehow no longer true based on your own non-legal definition when you're still in public.
Let me tell you outright, you are explicitly wrong. Paparazzi exist to make a profit off public photos without people's permission. There is no such right or law that proves otherwise.
Yep. There are other countries that require this and it becomes quite a problem in general. I believe france may be one of them?
Requiring permission makes it impossible to exercise free speech and/or take photos, basically.
Actually, don't forget - if there's a killswitch on your phone, then the people up top would also have it.
It's not that they are or aren't free (BSD), is that the freedom can be removed.
This is a logical impossibility.
By your comment, either there is infighting (by agreeing with the post I had replied to), or I'm causing infighting (by disagreeing).
Your ad-hominem issues with Stallman have no bearing on his academic achievements and the work he has done for F/"LOSS", so your comment loses relevance entirely.
Just because the man sticks up for his values which (when people aren't taking low hanging fruit and complaining about his physical behavior) happen to be factually correct, doesn't mean that he's too divisive. It means the FOSS community people are compromising their values and giving in to the opposite of their values.
Until you are charged, you are not charged. There is no exception.
Additionally, the man is effectively in captivity under a lot of stress. That can present a very different person than that individual might be if not for being locked in the fucking embassy, for example.
Considering how this information is sent, it may be trivial for the NSA to capture such information by definition.
Way to go, Microsoft.
Which - based on the implications, would require 1/100th of the muscle just to seek parity with a normal human muscle. So, it sounds like this should be quite easy to have it do much more work than a human muscle.
It's also perhaps not great that this is the method they are tracking cheats, because using a VPN or proxy will likely thwart some of the positives they would be looking for here. So the method of tracking was via obscurity, which is now gone.
Fair enough, I do forget to separate the two. I do assume you understood what I meant, though.
There are still single core systems that aren't legacy and use java?