Someone outside the prison is going to use a directional antenna and point it at whatever location they keep the console at. And then the prisoner can talk to other people, albeit via typing with the controller.
I think it's there were 470,000 connections to the wifi network, so everytime a device disconnected from one wireless router and connected to the next router gets counted. So each time all the students with their iPhones on walk across campus they probably get counted 5-10 times.
An anonymous reader writes: A police officer who was disciplined for his role in a massive beating of a guy (many broken bones in his face and permanent partial blindness) is looking to bring criminal wiretapping charges against the woman who caught much of the incident on video. The guy received a 45-day suspension. He does not appear to deny anything that happened in the video. But he apparently thinks it shouldn't have been filmed.
coondoggie writes: "This guy is the poster boy for why cell phone usage in cars should be banned in more places. According to press out of the United Kingdom, a man who was driving at 70MPH while texting on one phone and talking on the other has been banned from driving for a year. Initial reports said that the driver, David Secker was apparently using his knees to steer the car, an accusation he refuted in court apparently."
MrSeb writes: "A great collective gasp issued from tuned-in Firefox fans when Mozilla announced that it was switching to a Chrome-like release schedule for its browser. Now Mozilla wants to take things one step further and remove Firefox version numbers entirely — from the user-facing parts of the browser, anyway."
Why do the top three options not have "or equivalent"? Are there no equivalent things to middle school?
Also, I was homeschooled, so I don't know that I would split my education into elementary/middle/high school, as for me, it was just 12 years of school work.