Yeah I'm not sure why 30mpg is anything to be proud of. They're numbers from the the 70's.
If a CR-V can't do better than that either you're driving wrong or Honda aren't the company they used to be...
A dangerous proposition? Its public knowledge that operators must provide network based interception facilities. Its a legislative requirement in virtual every country in the world and its standardised.
Beyond that, operators can be told to turn off the encryption entirely allowing security forces to directly listen directly using scanners (some phones will display a warning icon in this case). This happened in Moscow after the theatre bombing.
Whether he was doing his job correctly or not, he was not necessarily incompetent. He managed to install SETI@home on 5000 distributed machines, and also reconfigured their firewalls. This indicates that there exists *significant* levels policy management across the district. The estimation of "at least $50,000" to uninstall what he has installed is over-inflated by a factor of at least 10.
You can't classify a user ignoring the rated fuse *written on the plug* and *color coded on the plug* as a failure of the UK plug.
The fuse is there for the same good reasons that (some) appliances have fuses inside -> fit the wrong one and it won't work properly (which is what Wikipedia says!); wiring will melt, (more) circuitry will fry.
The fuse isn't there to protect you its there to protect the installation/appliance.
Circuit breakers cannot prevent any wiring between circuit breaker and the fault rated below the circuit breaker melting. Same reason many appliances have fuses inside.
In 2005 there was a chap in Renault Megane who claimed cruise control would not disengage. He was in France on the Autoroute, there are toll gates. He phoned up the emergency services and they cleared the toll areas and raised the barrier so he could go through. In this case turning the key wouldn't work, the ignition is a electronic card.
Several cars suffered the same problem. Renault denied saying it was a result of drivers pressing the clutch instead of the brake!
Ok Mr "Scientist" explain the Chrome result based on your premise of OS integration (which is a half-truth).
I'd put odds on Safari save every frigging page visited as an image for the pretty history as *Apples* fault, not Microsofts.