apt-get install mutt
apt-get install mutt
fantastic.. my nice formatting went to hell.
Doesn't sound like you're hacked really.
That's it for starters.
So this is not about breaching phone numbers data that are set to private. This is about finding publicly published phone numbers through the normal search.
Meh. Phonebooks didn't even have privacy policies back in the day.
A more valid complaint might have been the ever changing default settings and user interface "improvements" which make finding the said settings very hard.
But even then, this is not really post-worthy.
No. Citizenship is not tied to a physical object like passport.
The passport is property of government and can be revoked.
It's a standard method of trying to stop criminals from running - but it's not usually exercised for petty crimes (like the one Neij is wanted for). That's the only "extreme" bit about it, but I'm glad he got it back.
So when was the last time you actually needed that Java-plugin in your browser?
Applets have been dead tech for years now - for most people there's no need at all to have Java plugin enabled in their browser.
Uninstall the plugin already, I bet you won't even see the difference.
truecrypt isn't distributed with open software license, so my guess would be no...
Eh, that was just fucking horrible -
Yet another generic, non-technical, heavily sposored, buzzword-laden site trying to sell me that "Big Data Amplifies Need for Self-Service Business Intelligence"-bullshit.
The direction slashdot has been heading for a while has had me wondering more than once lately, but at least now I know I should take my pageviews somewhere else.
The "privacy is for old people"-line from LinkedIn founder made me quit the site - there's nothing profesional about LinkedIn - jut another "social" site hoovering info about you.
A lot of third-party security related products (especially in the Authorization/Authentication/Access business) are still tied to Apache since it's been dominating the free-software space for such a long time.
Kindle Fire is not sold outside U.S
Kinda hard to see how it would destroy anything until Amazon decides to go global with it (which they probably never will).
Until then the Fire is just a niche product in the American market - not much global relevance.
So, great that everyone with free account will get these synergies from G+. Google's own customers (Domain Apps) still don't have Google+.
So, either create a free GMail account (and deal with the crap of having two Google accounts) or move your stuff somewhere else.
...and that's when production moves to Africa.
When you don't know what to do, walk fast and look worried.