I can see it now.... I'll be shopping at Walgreens.com and there will be popups on that say what kind of Hemorrhoid cream my boss uses, and that my Aunt Grace just bought a some warming KY-Jelly.
Some things need to stay private.
The computer wanted to play nice game of chess, but you kept wanting to play Global Thermonuclear War
I also heard they are using weasels to keep the lawyers away.
All this data collected by Nmap isn't even a drop in the bucket compared to the ocean of data collected by Google and web advertisers.
Put your tinfoil hat back on and go watch Hackers.
It's the Iranian Kamakaze Dolphins you have to worry about!
Let's see $2.20 a day * 260 days a year (although I doubt they give them too many days off)
= $572 bucks a year
Let's plug it in The Global Rich list....
You are the 4,429,714,286 richest person in the world!
You're in the TOP 73.82% richest people in the world!
Why not use the one our tax dollars have already developed? VistA is the VA's EHR system.
I bet Google and Yahoo would have the PR issues of The Pirate Bay if they put a big-ass pirate flag on their site, and the majority of their search engine content was designed to point you to illegal or grey-legal content.
You can't compare Yahoo and Google to The Pirate Bay. They are not even in the same ballpark. Yahoo and Google are trying to run a search engine, and it would be impossible to filter every link they encounter for the possibility of linking illegal content.
Simply, the Pirate Bay's focus is to provide links to large files. A good portion of those large files probably shouldn't be distributed without a license. Google and Yahoo by lack of exclusion to link to copyrighted content. The Pirate Bay was designed to link to copyrighted content, and does it by inclusion. As evidence... the big-ass pirate flag.
Put one of these classy items on your machine to make it more macho
I'm 33 and currently getting more dumber. I thought it was all the alcohol killing off neurons. Now I can blame old age.
I'll have another one!
God made the integers; all else is the work of Man. -- Kronecker