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It might have been trolling?
Plus, BBC didn't lie. They were given official numbers, and wrote a story around them. The numbers weren't faked, and even if you disagree with them, the BBC wasn't complicit in coming up with them.
We have a lot of rights, but they've been largely neutered. e.g., what good is the right to free speech, if your speech can never affect public policy?
The rights of American citizens haven't been neutered. There are all still there, none have been repealed. There is no guarantee that any one person can get a legislator to change her or his mind, but you still have the right contact them to express your views. You also have the right to organize. Legislators are more likely to be moved by many people expressing the same view than if it is just one person.
What good is the right to a trial by jury, if you have to risk the rest of your life in order to exercise it?
Like George Zimmerman? No matter what they charge you with, they still have to prove it in a court of law if it goes to trial, and there is no guarantee for them either.
Voting, freedom to travel, and all the usual ones.
1 - Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition.
2 - Right to keep and bear arms in order to maintain a well regulated militia.
3 - No quartering of soldiers.
4 - Freedom from unreasonable searches and seizures. (Yes, I acknowledge the controversy. Criminal justice still has to play by the usual rules.)
5 - Right to due process of law, freedom from self-incrimination, double jeopardy.
6 - Rights of accused persons, e.g., right to a speedy and public trial.
7 - Right of trial by jury in civil cases.
8 - Freedom from excessive bail, cruel and unusual punishments.
9 - Other rights of the people.
+ all the many rights extended by various federal laws.
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No, China won't hand your information over to MPAA. They'll just imprison you indefinitely for speaking against the government.
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It's pretty much obfuscation, perhaps necessitated by the peculiarities of patent applications, or perhaps deliberate just to make something sound technically novel when it isn't. I've read torturous software patents before that could have been described very simply otherwise.
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>and you guys are even worse; you hack and monitor even your staunch allies.
And you don't? Sorry, that's not really a question. We know you do.
You spout a lot about hypocrisy, but it appears you misunderstand the word, or perhaps the context. It would be hypocritical to say "Chinese Hackers Launch Zero-Day.. AND THAT'S A BAD THING WE'D NEVER DO", and then go ahead and do exactly the same. It's not in the slightest way hypocritical to say "Chinese Hackers Launch Zero Day" if they did. It's just reporting news. Just as the Chinese government media report anything bad they can possibly find to say about the west. Simply reporting news is NOT, in any way, hypocritical. It would only be hypocritical if it was to be reported, and then claimed that we don't do the same.
The irony here is, that by saying "you guys are even worse; you hack and monitor even your staunch allies" when you do exactly the same, you're the only person being hypocritical. You're saying the US is "worse" because it "monitors its allies", yet China does exactly the same. Cue, hypocrisy.
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It's in your home state!
It's outside of your door!
And it's going to eat you up!
A la Bill Cosby, I'm gettin' out the Jell-O.
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One of McAfee's clients, the Department of Defense, has used the $1 trillion estimate to argue for an expansion of cybersecurity, including 13 new teams dedicated to cyberwarfare.
Clearly the DoD, when its job would clearly seen to be Defense, should march first towards cyberwarfare. I mean, who cares that the US Government's handling of cybersecurity is a joke? Nah, we need to attack those Chinese hackers now and hard. Because surely we can use highly paid, low in number hackers in the US--but only those that can hold onto a security clearance, not do drugs, and stomach actually working for "the man"--against a population 3x the size and with salaries a fraction of the cost per hacker with clearly a regime more interested in getting things done and looking the other way than simply finding yet another excuse to bloat the departments budget--presumably because that's handle different in China (ie, political and personal maneuvering to get funds with little focus on "reports"--although on second thought, that sounds awfully familiar).
But, then, I guess maybe the DoD is just really stupid? They think they can defend US computers with cyber-soldiers and cyber-tanks? They don't understand that a well constructed computer [fire]wall or access [panel] is basically indestructible (although there's always DDoS attacks)?Nah, it's hard to believe they're that stupid.
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I wonder when LIbreOffice will finally merge back with OpenOffice.
Never, the LibreOffice licence doesn't allow it. Good thing too.
...Especially considering how much they are just copy/pasting features and bug fixes.
That is FUD and you are either an ass or just stupid. Hard to tell which is the greater offense.
Whoa, what have we got here today? Oracle astromods or Apache astromods? Hard to tell.
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Other countries and organizations are trying to hack into the US (so they say.)
We are fighting them on our own electronic turf - "they" being primarily North Korea, China, and Russia (so they say.)
The objectives are to protect the personal data of the citizens of the United States (the NSA is doing quite enough spying already, after all) and state secrets (which is why they're so pissed at Snowden since they spent all that money trying to stop China from getting shit and he just handed them a laptop. Doh!)
It will never end.
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Perhaps for profit, perhaps from incompetence.
Now add in the various costs, from lost productivity to tech support costs, of shitty AV software like McAfee.
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Unfortunately Not quite true. We've fought the MS bandwagon for many years - standardized on Thunderbird and Open Office - however calendars with Lightning and Caldav have just never worked reliable. It appears to work - however it does not scale to reasonable workloads. It does not take too many calendars with a few entries to start causing pauses and issues in thunderbird.
Further to this, the simple features are just missing. Setting calendar permissions? Ligntning doesnt support it - even though caldav does. Finding available calendars on the server - not supported - even though its supported by almost all Android phones via caldav. Also there are serious issues with invites, issues with resources - no good meeting scheduler. Furthermore - tasks are missing some quite simple features - so much so, that most of my staff found them unusable, and either use another tasking program, or use appointments as tasks instead.
We tried very very very hard to like Thunderbird with Ligntning. Thunderbird and a good IMAP server is excellent (we like cyrus - with multiple servers around the globe) - however the calendars jsut arent up to it.
Office 365 - well, the mail is no where as good as what we had, however, calendaring and tasks work (90% of the time in typical MS fashion.)
Seems confusing, until you consider the founder is a drug addled maniac who probably gets into fisticuffs with himself just trying to brush his teeth in the morning.
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The default in VS I think is Any CPU which I'd bet 90% of people don't bother changing.
VS Express 2012 still seems to be x86.
Compiling was probably the wrong term, that's part of it, but you need to actually test your stuff on ARM, and it's a chicken and egg thing, Windows RT never went far enough for it to be a serious development target, and because it was never a serious development target it never went anywhere. I certainly agree, MS's plan was to make the future both ARM and x86.
I don't think it's that people didn't want Windows on this form factor, I don't think people care what OS it is, as long as it works and works with the software they want. And Windows RT doesn't do that. And never will.
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It's not all a matter of dollars and cents. Patents effectively block others from using technology/methods which fall within the scope of the patent, regardless of whether or not it may be the most efficient/commonsensical way of doing things.
Here is a description of the Eolas patent
The '985 patent, originally filed Aug. 9, 2002, involves a program embedded in a Web page--or "hypermedia document," as the patent language calls it more generally. Here's an excerpt from the patent abstract's description of the technology:
The present invention allows a user at a client computer connected to a network to locate, retrieve, and manipulate objects in an interactive way. The invention not only allows the user to use a hypermedia format to locate and retrieve program objects, but also allows the user to interact with an application program located at a remote computer.
Interprocess communication between the hypermedia browser and the embedded application program is ongoing after the program object has been launched. The use is able to use a vast amount of computing power beyond that which is contained in the user's client computer.
Eolas sued all the big companies such as Apple, Google, Yahoo, Texas Instruments, Microsoft, Office Depot, Staples, Playboy, Sun, Blockbuster, Citigroup, eBay, Frito-Lay, J.C. Penney, JPMorgan Chase and Adobe.
To dodge the patent, Microsoft changed how IE worked.
It is good that the companies ultimately decided to fight the patent, and won. If the patent was allowed to fester, in the case of IE the alternative proposal was to require users to click on a dialog box for every ActiveX control that appeared on a page. Similar changes would probably have been required in respect of webpages maintained by the other companies. If you visit any of the websites run by any of the companies sued, it is likely that the way you access their functions would be different from what it is now (and probably require more clicking and/or be more annoying).
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NeoOffice could use Apache OpenOffice generous license for pretty much the same reason LibreOffice has been taking it: GPL software is not welcome in the Apple Store.
What we are seeing now is that Apache OpenOffice will be rhe base for all other suites
NeoOffice is GPL and is not in the Apple store; just thought I'd add that, as your post seems to imply differently.
You're right about the fact that NeoOffice COULD use Apache licensed code though. But they seem to have gone off in their own direction and are using a base that's not under current development.