Ah well. I am a US citizen living in New Zealand. New Zealand allows all citizens *and* permanent residents to vote in general elections. It makes sense to me that if you live in a place, you should have a say. Even if it's a 300-millionth of an opinion. (or a 4 millionth of an opinion in NZ -- when you think about it my NZ vote is ~100x more powerful than my US one)
Very true, and all good points. However, I'll bet that that's the same argument that's used for *every* disenfranchised group. I'll bet, before women's suffrage, women were told they *could* be a part of political process by influencing how their husbands would vote. Why would they want a vote of their own, then?
If I'm allowed, in fact encouraged, to do those things you mention, then why can't I vote too?
$500 (or even $1337) seems a bit low to encourage a would be criminal to go legit with some clever zero day, rather than exploit it.
Yes, a criminal won't be tempted by such a low number. But an honest person will be. And there's still more of those around. If you can encourage them to look at your code and report bugs, for both fun *and* honest profit, then you have an edge.
That is that the Soviet government never refuted the American claims and they were in a unique position to do so. For even after the Americans landed on the moon the Soviets still continued to send orbiters, landers and rovers to the moon.
Unless... the soviet missions were all fake...
New crypt. See /usr/news/crypt.