I rate this troll as Adequate.
Snowden is a hero, and now he is working to support Russia's effort to protect its people in Ukraine! Soon the Russian Army will complete the liberation of the Russian nationals in Ukraine and all with the help of Snowden! He has tremendously boosted the Russian security services! He is hero to the world!
Comcast would have a vested interest in having customers use Apple's services.
Lawsuit on line 1...
That seems to be the foreign policy he's following, actually.
People have been cloning mammals for 20 years now.
So used to typing "user" in various contexts. I meant "/usr".
A lightweight one with X and xfce. Put
I wonder how hard it is to hack the bootloader?
the act of deleting the data will also delete the evidence that would be used to establish a citizen's grounds for suing the NSA over its illegal data retention.
That's what the NSA said when they asked for permission to hold the data for more than 5 years.
It was only while scouring a database that contained the registration cards of naturalized U.S. citizens that a Satoshi Nakamoto turned up whose profile and background offered a potential match. But it was not until after ordering his records from the National Archives
Guess the Privacy Act doesn't apply to individuals.
How hard is it to set up a router with the network ssid "xfnintywifi " and gather up all the username/password combinations that people use to log on? Not hard at all.
According to Janet Yellen
The Federal Reserve simply does not have authority to supervise or regulate bitcoin in any way
After all, it's not a legitimate currency, is it? So no reason for the Feds to get involved! Which is also what her Japanese counterpart is saying.
From the AP Story
a weakness in the exchange's systems was behind a massive loss of the virtual currency involving 750,000 bitcoins from users and 100,000 of the company's own bitcoins. That would amount to about $425 million at recent prices.
The reactions of the various Japanese government officials are interesting. Essentially, there was no "theft" because Bitcoin is not a "real" currency. Which is an interesting attack. Anyone can steal your bitcoins and you have no recourse to the law because it isn't actually theft.
From the AP Story
a weakness in the exchangeâ(TM)s systems was behind a massive loss of the virtual currency involving 750,000 bitcoins from users and 100,000 of the companyâ(TM)s own bitcoins. That would amount to about $425 million at recent prices.
The reactions of the various Japanese government officials are interesting. Essentially, there was no "theft" because Bitcoin is not a "real" currency.
IIRC, the bug was introduced (fairly) recently. iOS 5 doesn't have it, either.