Surprises me no one has come up with a box that you put between, have a little wireless connection and a web page to manage. It could mimic the same as the android blocker app. You could back up your white and black lists. Basically it checks the call display and hang it up if it is on the black list. Your phone would never ring. You could also send logs via email if needed.
I think they probably want decent toothpaste more than the latest iThingie. They love getting toothpaste as tips.
Last time I checked the loons in France had no link with ISIS. The one had been trained by AQAP but that is about it. Other than that, they had as much link to ISIS as the attacks at CFB Saint Jean and in Ottawa.
Keep scrolling down they have the specific pages and what they were looking for.
Also I found the mouse didn't link up either.
Came to remember how crappy I was playing these then
They started about 3 weeks ago or so. All of a sudden my wife lost some of the shows that she was watching. Looked into it and this is already known and how to circumvent it. Essentially the Netflix app is trying to get back to Google's DNS servers to determine GeoLocation. Block that and it gives up.
Surprised they are allowed to bring them into the area. Granted it has no camera but it is a perfectly viable usb storage device. Our areas bringing any govt owned electronic devices without it being approved by our designated security officer is a no-no. Personal devices would be considered verboten from the get-go
Only problem is there will probably be a clause in the person's insurance contract stipulating vehicle not to be used for work other than going to and leaving work to go home.
Uber would be considered working
Odds are the insurance company would balk and claim they don't have to pay out to anyone. It would go to court and ultimately they would lose, problem is after that the driver has been dropped for insurance and no insurance company would touch him
This was my whole point, the problem is that a lot of the organizations that are pushing the domestic abuse awareness have also been linked to having an anti-male agenda.
Hope they don't shut it down. It's called google.com
My question is how insurance companies are dealing with it. I am pretty sure if I was a driver and got in an accident they would pretty much drop me like a hot potato. Unless your insurance policy includes driving as part of working there is no bloody way I would even think of taking this on.
This isn't even taking into account being sued by your passenger and what that could entail
It always irks me when domestic violence is attributed to violence against just women. There are estimates that it is pretty much 50/50 for both genders but men don't report it. Also usually if it is against men and the assailant is a woman there will be weapons usually leading to more severe damage
Except a la carte will end up costing you more for what you actually want. The cable companies have always been ok with a la carte but CRTC was pushing it for the multicultural aspect. Pretty much most of the french channels wouldn't be here if alacarte was allowed.
Actually it is out of band as it was not originally scheduled to be out on Patch Tuesday but was added after the fact.
We have some MS guys in our office
You have an account setup with yahoo. Ask them why they are blocking it. They will probably give you an answer
"It's a missing feature Linux advocates have long used to argue against Windows in terms of automation and scale."
As head of our distribution department with 100,000 Windows machines under us I find that slightly inaccurate.