The new AI engine extracts relevant data from ambient radio waves and translates them into sleep stages such as light, deep, or rapid eye movement (REM).
Even worse, if you query whether the key has indeed been deleted, all user-facing gpg commands will tell you that the key indeed is gone.
Expect fun when your machine is examined at a border, imaged, seized, etc.
Mitigation is to use a smartcard if the key never touched your regular keyring, or to delete ~/.gnupg/secring.gpg after upgrading.
The response (from a private report) is that a piece of documentation already says "The old secring.gpg is kept for use by older versions of gpg." Not only it doesn't say a word that this unobvious copy is ignored by deletion and passphrase changes, but also it's not humanly possible to read the changelog on every single of thousands of packages you update on a major dist-upgrade.
To me, this is a Lennart-level misdesign. Am I overreacting?
Even if the latter, users should be warned, by, for example, a Slashdot story.
But it’s not this twisted clown that is of primary concern. Alt-right superstars are latching onto this situation in ways that threaten actual physical violence — which is of course in keeping with their Nazi heritage.
If Amazon's share price goes up in that time, those shares are worth more. Amazon's share price has indeed gone up over the past couple of years — a lot. In fact, in the past two years the share price has nearly doubled, so 1,000 BP (~$1,297 USD) in shares granted in August 2015 are now worth nearly 2,000 BP (~$2,595 USD). Staff compensation goes up, compensation is an expense, expenses can be deducted from revenue — so profits are lower and so are the taxes on those profits.
If the North were to follow through on its threat to launch an “enveloping strike” in the vicinity of Guam, it would be the first time that a North Korean missile landed so close to an American territory. The North’s official Korean Central News Agency reported that, according to the plan, four of the country’s Hwasong-12 intermediate-range ballistic missiles would fly over the three southern Japanese prefectures of Shimane, Hiroshima and Koichi before hitting the ocean about 19 to 25 miles from the coast of Guam.
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In the fall of 2016, a series of U.S. diplomats began suffering unexplained losses of hearing, according to officials with knowledge of the investigation into the case. Several of the diplomats were recent arrivals at the embassy, which reopened in 2015 as part of former President Barack Obama’s reestablishment of diplomatic relations with Cuba.
Some of the diplomats’ symptoms were so severe that they were forced to cancel their tours early and return to the United States, officials said. After months of investigation, U.S. officials concluded that the diplomats had been exposed to an advanced device that operated outside the range of audible sound and had been deployed either inside or outside their residences. It was not immediately clear if the device was a weapon used in a deliberate attack, or had some other purpose.
Last weekend, staffers at Aristotle, an American data firm working for the opposition party, were deported from the country after what a spokesperson described as an aggressive detention. Among the other foreign companies working on the election is Cambridge Analytica, the data firm behind Donald Trump’s victory, which the ruling party's campaign hired to do polling and data analytics. Their involvement has raised concerns about the safety of personal data after the election, and worries that viral rumors could ignite powder kegs of violence in a country where politics is tied up in ethnic identities.
On the other hand, the negative reactions are most telling.
Mind you, Facebook isn’t doing anything illegal. the story, focuses on a plucky company called Houseparty that recently got $50 million from venture capitaliss led by Sequoia. Houseparty has developed an app that allows users to share one-minute video clips and chat about them on their smartphones.
... ... Even though this would seem to be a narrow enough business so as to be able to co-exist with Facebook, Facebook thinks otherwise. The fact that Housebook has one million monthly users, a mere 0.1% of Facebook’s 2 billion members, is seen as a threat.
The new battery will be developed by a joint venture with Mitsubishi Corp and Mitsubishi Motors Corp. For instance, Mitsubishi Motors' i-MiEV compact, has a scope of around 170km per charge. The new battery would extend the range to some 340km, comparable to that of a large electric vehicle which can hold a bigger battery.