People are getting tired of twitter's extremely biased censorship.
Gab.ai is a real alternative. Trump has over 40 million followers. Twitter is already hurting.
If Trump leaves, how many people will follow Trump over to Gab.ai?
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So we need global warming in order to combat racism, better go burn some more coal!
However, it's up to the customer to understand the policies and what it entails
Really? Cause I doubt anyone on
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I believe it is very important to expose the jackass for what he is and not to hide him. Hiding Trump's mutterings would be far more dangerous to our democracy than anything he tweets.
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The Supreme Court will deliver its ruling on the issue of cell site location info later this year, possibly changing the contours of the Third Party Doctrine for the first time since its erection out of thin air more than four decades ago. Until then, a patchwork of decisions has been handed down by state courts, some finding state law provides more protection for cell phone users than the US Constitution. At the federal level, however, years of precedent has resulted in a mostly-unified front by appellate courts. According to their decisions, cell site location info is a third-party record, undeserving of Fourth Amendment protections.
[W]e conclude that the acquisition of that information was not a search requiring a warrant under either the federal or state constitution. As the People point out, this case involves only historical cell site location information, contained in the business records of defendant's service provider, which placed his phone within a certain cell site "sector" at the time he used the phone to make calls, send text messages, or receive calls or messages.
Under these circumstances, we conclude that the acquisition of the cell site location information was not a search under the Fourth Amendment to the federal constitution because defendant's use of the phone constituted a voluntary disclosure of his general location to his service provider, and a person does not have a reasonable expectation of privacy in information voluntarily disclosed to third parties
The court goes on to declare that even if it had felt like suppressing the evidence and extending privacy protections to CSLI, it wouldn't have helped the defendant.
As a final matter, we agree with the People that any error in the court's refusal to suppress defendant's cell site location information is harmless. The evidence of defendant's identity as a participant in the crime is overwhelming, and there is no reasonable possibility that the verdict would have been different if the location information had been suppressed
This decision will stand even if the Supreme Court upends 40+ years of Third Party Doctrine rulings. Decisions like these are rarely retroactively applied. Even if Carpenter wins his Supreme Court case, it's likely the lower court will allow the evidence to remain in play, pointing out officers were reasonable to rely on precedential decisions finding no Fourth Amendment protections for third party records. The same goes for the defendant here. Post-decision alterations to the contours of the Constitution rarely help those whose rights have been determined to be violated after the fact.
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I installed Apache 2, PHP 7, SSH, SFTP on one RPI3 and MySQL database on another. This system is incredibly stable and quite fast. I think of moving to self-hosting with this setup. It practically does not consume any electricity.
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That's one way to look at it, I suppose.
That's the way it is, so that's a reasonable way to look at it. You're buying a service. Just like buying a bus ticket to Las Vegas is buying a service, and you expect the bus to go all the way to the destination. A data cap on the Verizon VoD service would be like a bus ticket that includes only a limited amount of gas for the bus. The gas required to get there is part of the service you bought from the bus company.
Contrast that with buying a hypothetical "bus pass" that includes a set number of miles but no set destination. You get on the bus to Las Vegas but oops, you run out of miles before you get there. That's what buying a service from Netflix for video but only data service (with a cap) from Verizon is like.
I pay my ISP service fee and that covers the cost of bandwidth with Verizon on my end.
That's right. With a cap. And you pay Netflix for the service of streaming video, which does not include the data from Verizon to get it to you. You've paid Verizon for a limited amount of bandwidth.
and VoD will suddenly not be free anymore.
It never was free. You either pay Verizon for the service, or you pay Netflix for the service. How can it "not be free anymore" when it has never been free?
Reminds me of how the major selling point of Cable TV was that it was commercial free.
This fucking nonsense again. No, cable TV was never sold as "commercial free". Cable TV began life as and has always included the retransmission of OTA broadcast services, which contain commercials. (The only OTA that has ever promised "no commercials" was PBS, and they now carry a lot of them.) Very few specific and limited cable-delivered networks (such as HBO) could promise "commercial free" because they controlled the content. The local cable company does not control the content of the cable networks it carries. If that content provider has commercials, you get commercials. What do you expect the cable company to do when a content provider inserts a commercial, go to black for four minutes or more? Really?
Please, stop spreading this nonsense.
Never said anything about data caps.
Well your traffic will count towards Verizon's data caps
That's not referring to data caps?
The only opinion that matters is the opinion of the person paying the bill.
When you buy a wedding cake you pick the design out of a book. The only reason they're made to order is that they're larger than the cakes people usually need, not because the baker has to come up with a unique design that reflects his opinions about your specific choice of spouse.
Custom and made to order are not the same thing. I am not a baker--my partner, though, has worked as one--but I've been inside quite a few bakeries that do custom cakes of various types.
However, I've also actually been in several different cake stores when people were placing an order for a custom wedding cake, and... A custom wedding cake is a custom wedding cake, not merely a made to order deal. This was not just 'pick a design out of a book' deal; you sit down with somebody and work out all the details, quite possibly with sketches to confirm that the cake designer understands what you want correctly, with prices being negotiated.
A made to order cake? There is a description and a price under the photo and possibly a couple options. The book will include all types of special occasion cakes, ranging from wedding cakes to "Happy [Pick A Holiday]!" cakes.
So you need an internet connection to control your heater? If true, you are a moron... I'm sorry, that's just stupid. What if your ISP goes down during a snowstorm?
The U.S. averages 640 people freezing to death per year already.
Even a 1% increase would be 6 more people frozen to death.
Humans are really bad dealing with high impact, low probability problems.
This is one of those cases.
I wouldn't have a thermostat that ran over the internet personally.
And I wouldn't use an internet service that said they might mess with thermostats.
And if they did, and someone dies, I would want them to go to jail for murder.
Because they are doing it out of pure malice.
I know rather than take the 30 seconds of trivial effort to find out exactly what Linux Mint team meant you want go off on some Twitter SJW level whine fest invoking racism and slavery and injustice....in complete ignorance
Perhaps when Cuisinart or Target become the largest company in the world by stock valuation (by a good margin against the #2 company), they too will get this kind of scrutiny.
I believe I already acknowledged that our left wing politicians were very moderate indeed, but the far left (the same far left you guys have, more or less) DOES exist over here and is politically active, and this is a huge liability in ways that it is not over there in part because the distance between it and our mainstream left is so much larger than the distance between it and your mainstream left.
There's some other stuff going on here complicating things but yes, the horseshoe is unbalanced and no, nothing I said applies to the UK. Y'all got your own distinct issues.
Why do Americans put up with that shit? I can see them setting a minimum like I believe it works here in Canada and will with marijuana (18 yrs) but here the Provinces decide on the actual age, 18 some places and 19 other places with various rules on minors drinking in the presence of their parents/guardians and such.
If you need GigE you get a Pogoplug. They ruined the software so that you have to solder to the motherboard to get a serial port and root the thing, so they are now cheap AF. SATA which supports port multipliers, USB3, USB2, and a SDHC slot, for around ten bucks. And yes, GigE. runs Debian. Makes a great little fileserver. The TDP is under 10W...
that it takes more than one person to drive a conversation
But I bet a good bit of the rest of their income is commentary on that one person's tweets.
Everyone seems to have lost perspective here. 1) In order for you to be "vulnerable", you must be running some kind of malware. If you're running malware, you are already fucked with a sand-paper dildo.
Neither of which is Armstong Zoom, so what is your problem?
which "Nazi reasons" are there for a "Nazi" to drive a car into a crowd of random Democrats?
You said he had no motive.
No, that's not even close to what I said.
Seems close enough. And I know you know you are wrong because you spend all your time attacking me, rather than clarifying what you meant.
Of course its all about ad-revenue and attention. While technically they are correct, that it takes more than one person to drive a conversation; in this case it's one person on a bully pulpit shouting to his people.
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You also have to be pirating content from your remote, unoccupied, 2nd home.
Your brain illogically connects unrelated things.
Confiscation of wealth from the majority to subsidize expensive and economically uncompetitive cars for the well-do-to does not achieve reduction of fossil fuel usage nor lowering of pollution.
Alternative energy will be used when it is the superior choice.
Electric cars are not the superior choice right now. They can't compete.
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For crying out loud, the isp isn't adjusting anyone's thermostat, they may make it harder for customers to REMOTELY adjust their thermostat.
Just another completely click-baity
What about the elderly? Are you setious? So you think an ISP, throttling your internet connection (which runs from the San connector on your router to their year-end equipment) somehow will prevent a an elderly customer, sitting in their living room, trying to control the temperature in the thermostat on their wal!? How? Because the app on their iPhone reaches out over the phones cellular connection, passes they the UPS network, into their home, and then as a Wi-Fi signal to their thermostat? That sounds a litt!e rube Goldberg to me.
More likely the app communicates with the thermostat as a peer on the internal Wi-Fi connection they share, never touching the public internet.
And let's not forget, this warning explains the implications clearly, it won't be a surprise to anyone.
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Bearing responsibility for yet another K-Pop boy-band is not exactly something to be crowing about.
sometimes the interests of an amazon (etc) can be the same as mine.
what I can say is that anything the R's want, is NOT what I want. they are doing all they can to fuck the common person over and if allying with an amazon will help fight the evil R's, fine.
I don't think for a minute amazon is my friend; but if they can do battle for something I believe in, fine. no one else in the gov is lifting a finger to help us out. I'll take the help when and where I can get it.
(OT: I kind of like referring to those companies as FANGs; facebook, amazon, netflix and google. they are the FANGs.)
What sampling rates they use in the US for digital television and cable? Many DVB-T and DVB-C transmissions tend to use 48kHz, so Opus is a natural choice for saving space for recordings.
It doesn't matter. Most music is still distributed at 44.1 khz, thanks to CDDA.
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