That's where I both am, and am not, driving to work, right?
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for IBM to lay off another couple hundred thousand.
First thing I check is cables.
I think I've seen this movie before. It doesn't end well.
The same one the Mac OS got hit with in the most recent release.
The microphone on the TV stays off until you command it to listen. You do that by pressing a large VOICE button on the remote.
Only if the data is normally distributed. Vaccination rates in the US, however, aren't. Or shouldn't be, anyway. The median should be somewhere in the 90% range in what should be a highly skewed distribution.
Either in the settings by turning it off, or by putting bogus login information in. Or you can block the TVs MAC address at the router.
No wifi, no networking, no smart functionality.
This applies to Apple phones, too. And Microsoft phones. And hardwired landline phones.
It's really about ethics in security journalism.
from any cause"
Isn't the risk of death from any cause 100%? At least for us mortals?
OTOH, running it on an SeLinux system would probably contain the damage.
Which is about 5 years longer than any version of Android older than 5.0 will get them.