They tried to charge me for not returning my own modem as well
Same thing came to mind
Google Wallet still has limited usefulness. NFC payments are still only supported on a tiny fraction of Android users, using a custom build of the wallet app not available in the Google play store. Only some phone distributors are given access to this custom build. My phone has android 4.4, NFC support, and Google wallet installed, but I can't do NFC payments. How do they expect to compete like that?
Canceled Comcast internet and got a letter in the mail a few weeks later saying they were withholding my prorated refund check until I returned their modem. I have never own one of their modems and have never been billed for one of their modems. That took 2 hours on the phone to get straight.
What about your username and password? Blocking TLS also sends your credentials in plaintext.
"Proper" sounds dogmatic to me. If you want to focus purely on health, there are tons of studies out how a vegetarian diet is better for you. I take it you don't like green beans? This article from the other day seems relevant, http://science.slashdot.org/st...
Meat will make you sick if you haven't eaten it in a while
Vegetarian sister lost tons of weight because they couldn't just give her a damn apple. She had to find other inmates willing to trade their portion of veggies for her meat.
Chop the finger off and burn it. Better than some sentences that could be handed out.
There are tons of reports (just google them) of the server side cpu load being minimal to encrypt traffic. My guess is either the load balancing setup they have doesn't support SSL or their 3rd party ad network doesn't.
In general, I think sites don't support https because of a) the extra cost of a cert, b) they don't care, c) the extra cost of a dedicated IP (SNI isn't supported on IE on XP). You can say "screw XP" all you want, but a good 20% still (of at least my traffic) comes from IE on XP.
I'm aware. I used some random site I found on google that displays my sent headers.
I'm on fios and just checked headers, nothing like this (yet).
The first tor hop is encrypted, so no. Technically, if the exit node is on verizon wireless, then it would have the code of exit node, not yours.
They can't inject into secure traffic. HTTPS solves this problem too.
ya, we had the same problem. Bookmarked this page, http://raspberrypi.stackexchan...