Even face-to-face communication in code is compromised, if the other party is compromised.
You say this as if it is a new thing, and hasn't always been true.
It'll be built by Mexican contractors whom Trump will stiff when it comes time to pay them.
At this time, only three countries—Burma, Liberia, and the US—have not adopted the International System of Units (SI, or metric system) as their official system of weights and measures.
I share a name with a popular TV personality in another country--the spelling even matches. (First name and last each has several common variations.)
Please learn what "arbitrary" means. Then get back to us.
What part of "We've terminated your subscription for $arbitrary_reason" do you fail to understand?
Not that many housewives in the US these days.
And on what basis do you characterise women as gold-diggers, anyhow?
That doesn't explain the decrease for people with partners/spouses very well.
Auto-correct: That annoying thing that I disable whenever it rears its stupid and ugly head.
This grammar fascist has no problem using "he" or "he or she" for formal settings, and "they" for informal settings. Slashdot qualifies as the latter. Get a grip already.
the user doesn't have access to critical components
She clicks on the Firefox icon and it's exactly like on Windows
I rest my case.
An AC who didn't sleep through high school Civics class--who'd've thunk it?
"Treason" has a very clear definition under US law, and you apparently do not know or perhaps even do not care what this definition is. My guess is that this is because it's a word you like to use purely for effect, rather than for actual communication.
When in doubt, mumble; when in trouble, delegate; when in charge, ponder. -- James H. Boren