"Then I'll get on my knees and pray
We don't get fooled again!
- Abe Lincoln
Even if it does, VPN is your friend. Just set up a VPN (OpenVPN or whatever) at your house for her, et Viola!
Where do you live? Because I want to move there. Is that $20 each? Or for all three? Even at $20 each, that's insanely cheap compared to most places in the US.
Well, the summary says 6 accounts, so that would be my guess. But I'm also too lazy to read TFA (welcome to Slashdot).
Depends how many exit nodes are routing through Cogent to get to the destination (or if CloudFlare itself relies on Cogent for their connection, which would be the worst case scenario). If only a few exit nodes can see it, there still could be major degradation in connectivity.
Um, what exactly does who the President is at the time have to do with a foreign company (BP) hiring scientists to study a spill and not allowing them to share their findings? Oh, that's right, nothing. Nice try though. May want to try Reading Comprehension for 400 next time.
I'm in the same boat - been an AT&T customer since before Cingular. Unlimited data has been pretty much the only reason I've stayed there this long. Now they're trying their best to get rid of me. It may just work.
Don't feed the trolls...
OK, I'll bite. Please name one instance of the US interfering in a foreign election. Pot calling the kettle black indeed...
Countries have Secretaries of State, too, you know. And governments have been rumored to occasionally attempt to breach the networks of foreign countries as well. The confusion is warranted in this case.
The part that gave it away was the Secretary of State saying, "Moreover, your department has not contacted my office since this unsuccessful incident to alert us of any security event that would require testing or scanning of our network. This is especially odd and concerning since I serve on the Election Cyber Security Working Group that your office created." At that point, it was clear that this was referring to the U.S. State of Georgia, not the nation of Georgia.
I like that Russian citizens are tweeting their government internet watchdog asking for porn site recommendations. And getting a snarky answer. That's hilarious to me.
How do you know he hasn't?
Well, this is a slightly off-topic tangent, and what the kid in TFA did and boasted about is clearly theft of service - but if given the choice between Federal and state prison (and avoiding prison all together is not an option), you definitely want the Federal.
State prisons are very much more unpleasant places full of violent offenders; Federal are populated with more white-collar criminals, tax evaders, etc.
Of course. You parked on Earth.
We will have solar energy as soon as the utility companies solve one technical problem -- how to run a sunbeam through a meter.