Don't they also include the London Congestion Zone cameras & bus lane cameras & traffic light cameras in their CCTV numbers - after all these are cameras watching the public.
and it wasn't even a radioactive penguin to get superpowers.
and most/all of that equipment is used when the patrol car is stationary and doesn't require operator input (typing, etc) they're passive display. Most sensible law enforcement deploy cops in pairs - one to drive and the other to monitor & operate the tech.
If you're driving and you "need" to be contactable - then give your phone to a passenger and they can handle your calls for you.
As they're in the car with you then they can see what you're doing and so distract you less while keeping the caller occupied.
Per household consisting of members of the same family.
So a shared student house (where each student has a separate tenancy agreement) with a TV in each room is supposed to have one per student. If they have a joint tenancy then its a single license as they're classed as a single household.
Portable devices are covered under the household license, unless they are then connected to fixed cabling. So a battery powered portable TV in a holiday home is OK as long as its not plugged into anything. As soon as you do that then its no longer a portable device and requires a license at that address.
Location information is embedded in the cellphone transmissions - even if its just as basic as approximate direction and distance from the transmitter without GPS.
So , they'll know that a particular handset frequents 2 locations - so that will likely be home and work.
Check the location addresses against tax returns, property records, etc. and thats your name and your employers name.
Think using a burn phone is safe and you turn it on & off at a location which isn't linked to you? eg. walking to the subway station, switch on outside #3387; walking back from the subway, switch it off outside #3387 - so they potentially link that cellphone with #3387
Where was it bought, credit added to it, etc. Those locations will have CCTV.
Do you have another cellular device on you at the same time as the burn phone? Those are now linked.
Ever posted a pic from your cellphone of your cat? Did you disable GPS tagging?
You're already leaking data all over the net, whats a few lines to join up the dots to make the picture
No you don't. You only need a license to watch or record broadcast TV live (or near live - a few seconds diff)
live retransmitter sites - license required.
on-demand sites - NO license required.
iPlayer to watch something live - license required.
iPlayer to watch something broadcast yesterday - NO license required.
Major users will still want the security provided by a physical link.
Wireless comms can be more easily jammed than a cable - which tends to need something like a backhoe/JCB to disrupt.
Fortunately you can do most of the stuff on Server 2012 without the GUI installed, or remotely and so not have to go anywhere near the abomination of their UI.
Seriously - who puts a Touch based UI on a server?
Why did they have to become a Powerslave to the Seventh Son of a Seventh Son?
The Pirate Bay is one of the top accessed website in the world, the media companies repeatedly refuse to work with TPB in allowing TPB access to their content and information to keep their content on par with other media release platforms.
Their customers can use the YouTube website - same as everyone else who doesn't have a pre-built app installed or for their platform. Just because you can hack YouTube's website and write a wrapper around your hacks to provide the content doesn't mean its legit.
Isn't accessing web content through means other than the published API or intended URL a hacking offense with prison time after conviction?
Or do we not have numbers that go that high?
I thought Texas had a law similar which Tesla were complaining/campaigning against.
I do wish they'd hurry up and start making their space cars (why else would Musk invest in the company, but to get cars he can drive on whatever planet he ends up on with SpaceX)
While the data has been anonymised, studies have shown that identifying information can be obtained from it.
eg. If you know where I live and where I work - then you can search the data for those locations, you've got a pretty good chance of getting my phone from the dataset. Then with that, you can now see where else I've been with my phone switched on. If there are some suspicious locations then you pull up the phones that were also in that location, search for their 'common sites' and you have their home, work, bar locations.