That is all.
A few seconds is still long enough to cause an accident.
I watched a solid 7 minutes to see if it was actually going anywhere. Those are 7 minutes I wish I had back...
So they want me to be logged in whenever I view a youtube video AND they want me to pay them for it?! Yeah right, google!
I'd love to work for a company that conspired with one of its competitors to rob their own employees of billions (that's billions with a b) of dollars in salary! Where do I sign up?!
IE's default behavior was just an excuse to ignore users' tracking preferences. Whether companies like yahoo will continue to ignore users' explicit preferences remains to be seen.
You could always dual-boot your car. You can keep the stock firmware for when you're on public roads, but still be free to disable some safety features when you're ghost-riding the whip with your homies (all of whom are professional drivers, of course) on private property.
>by changing the mileage.
If only there were some way to digitally sign that.
Yeah, on more than one occasion, I've tried to cancel an order from amazon after just a few seconds had passed. It's always too late to cancel since the item is miraculously already on the way...
If you're old, maybe you can get an age discrimination lawsuit (since they claimed they don't hire "fossils").
Right now, my vote is drowned out by a sea of morons. If everyone voted, it would be an ocean.
So his plan is to force uninformed, gullible morons to vote? What could possibly go wrong?!
>The biggest downfall is that IE doesn't have great adblocking.
Tracking protection lists do a pretty good job of it for me.
Pi is exactly 3!
>The point of a status symbol is to show off in front of friends/women.
And if they want to see/play with it, just tell them the battery is too low. Who isn't going to believe that?!