I don't understand why a potential advertiser would not want to promote their product in front of any audience.
It's not that the advertisers care who watches their adverts; the more the merrier no doubt. The issue here is that the producers of unsavoury content are being supported by income provided by the advertisers.
Photographer refuses request to assist police but gives them cause to worry that he'll hide or destroy evidence in the process. Cops get warrant. Photographers' union tells him to stop being an idiot. Photographer posts his version of the story on Slashdot because that'll really teach the cops a lesson and show them whose boss...
I think the idea was that one finds an MD5 collision for document A by adding a block of data B to the end of it creating a new documents C. The SHA hash of document C, SHA(C) will not, in general, match SHA(A).
FInding B such that both MD5(C)==MD5(A) and SHA(C) ==SAH(A) is still unfeasible.
I see what you did there:
"infectious diseases" != "antibiotic resistant infections"
Apple's already got at least one patent for a folding phone:
Looks like they're gonna have another fight...
The fines are quite large, up to 500 000 UKP at the moment but there aren't many of them issued in a given year.
On the horizon, however, is this:
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which comes into force in 2018 with maximum fines of the larger of 20 million euros or 4% of global turnover.
No one knows how this will affect a post-Brexit UK, but if you do business in the EU it's not too soon to get your house in order.
You cannot have a science without measurement. -- R. W. Hamming