"I'll clean up this code later."
"I'll clean up this code later."
Yeah. This not a "omg, this is all new technology".
We built the fucking plane, we used it, it was stupid expensive, we stopped.
Google "Concorde Airplane"
or you can just overload/jam the wifi network, or have a router that broadcasts with a more powerful signal, or cut the cable/telephone lines going into the building...
Using Wireless devices for home security is...stupid. You at least have to run a wire to avoid the most basic attack, loss of a network connection.
No, they don't. Microwave ovens have video cameras. Toasters are for wiretapping. Duh. You can even see the wires when you look inside the slots.
I think I heard someone throwing what sounded like their keyboard at a wall, and then started yelling at their computer. Anyway, turned up the volume on the radio to drown out the basement-dweller and went back to stupping CaptainDorks mom.
Why do they have to? The NSA and FBI seem to be quite happy to do it, en masse. The only reason for the CIA to do it would be to get their own copy of the info.
Sure it's illegal to spy in other countries, but that's their problem to figure out who's doing what (if they aren't actively partnering with either agency). But them doing it isn't a surprise either to US citizens or foreign governments.
But what isn't in wikileaks, and all kinds of wack jobs have implying that they are linked, is that the CIA have been using these on American's in the US and the real wack jobs saying the CIA was/is using these tools to spy on Trump (because Trump's tweets about being spyed on and the release of this information happened close together in time).
googling pie just makes me hungry.
It'll suddenly be "important" to respect customers privacy, once someone needs to be confirmed to the Supreme Court, and all the websites they have recently visited are purchased from their ISP and made public.
There is LOTS of stuff the US can't readily produce. Or produce at a cost remotely comparable to what China can.
If you want everything to be "Made in USA", be prepared to do without a LOT of stuff. A lot of things just won't be in stores, and a bunch of other stuff will get much more expensive.
Everything described is EXACTLY what the CIA is expected to do. It is literally their job to spy on other people.
If Wikileaks publishes something along the lines of the CIA using these tools on people within the US, then that would be something that is notable (and illegal).
Now the NSA having these tools is more problematic, as they are tasked with both spying on others for USA's economic gain, but it is also their job to secure America from foreign espionage, so keeping software vulnerabilities (which pretty much all of these tools depends on) secret aids in part of their job, but hinders the other... The CIA doesn't have this issue.
He's just throwing shade on radio because radio doesn't pay-per-play.
Never happen, because Trump is a closet Moslim.
It's the new marketing. Keeping with the spirit of the new administration "We are upgrading everyone from 100 Mbps to 60 Mbps."
why not just never hook up the tv to a network? You just hook it up to the dvr/playstation/apple tv and use it as a dumb tv. It's not like the tv won't work without the wifi password...
The means-and-ends moralists, or non-doers, always end up on their ends without any means. -- Saul Alinsky