If you are serious and you think that, in the past decade, the republicans have put citizen privacy before businesses, then I have a very nice bridge to sell you.
Is that bridge open?
GPS' horizontal accuracy is good - about 1m. But its vertical accuracy is horrible - anywhere from tens of meters to a hundred meters or more. GPS was never made with vertical accuracy in mind.
GPS vertical accuracy is just as good as it's "horizontal" accuracy. It is just that the GPS receiver does not have accurate topological data, which is difficult to comeby. Early GPS receivers didn't have any topological data at all.
"You know what Steve Jobs thinks of the Barometer in his new iPhone7?"
He would be so happy because being 6 feet under, he can't get GPS!
Windows only though.
From the webpage:
"Pale Moon is an Open Source, Firefox-based web browser available for Microsoft Windows and Linux...."
Is there ever a reason to actually register one of these products with your real name and info? Unless it's my bank, DL, or passport, I see no point in giving any of these companies real info.
Nope. Rusty Shackleford every time.
I use Giles Wigglesworth
Backed up the system lately?