What is TPC, googled it and come up with a bunch of different things.. Tablet press controller?
Trusted Platform Chip, I'm guessing. Just look at the context.
Either intellectual property is a physical good that can be legally acquired, owned, and resold as a used item, or it is not, in which case stop fucking calling it theft.
I couldn't agree more. RIAA- Shit or get off the pot.
NASA pretty much doesn't let anybody to be an astronaut unless he is both test pilot and has served army for at least 10 years.
If they don't spam random addresses then why do I get spam at firstname.lastname@example.org when I signed up for email@example.com and have only ever used the latter?
According to google, if you have one, you get the other automatically.
giving it away? my data is encrypted with AES 256 encryption.
I also have my primary data, my backup local data on another hard Drive and for my very important stuff, I will be getting BD-R copies (family video and pictures)
Carbonite is insurance.
Certainly, but how many "Joe Home Users" are going to any effort to encrypt their data? Obviously, there's no excuse when we know the pitfalls, but the point is, look at how all these cloud services are marketed and see if any of these drawbacks are even mentioned. The 'cloud' is just talked up like it's the next wheel, but no one even knows what the hell they're talking about, or what the potential risks are!
It's irresponsibility like this that keeps me from embracing the cloud like I want to. I don't trust anyone, so I'm actually thinking of building my own personal cloud infrastructure to store my stuff offsite, email, etc.
Well, according to Wikipedia, "[private clouds]
Carbonite: endorsed by Glenn Beck and Rush Limbaugh. 'Nuff said.
But why? I think if either of them actually cared about rights to privacy, etc., they wouldn't be recommending this kind of shit to their listeners/viewers. We see once again that they are just puppets controlled by strings of money. It's not about actually recommending a good product to the consumer, but making sure that commission check is as large as possible.
"The algorithm to do that is extremely nasty. You might want to mug someone with it." -- M. Devine, Computer Science 340