And yes, I am aware of the irony of citing a news source.
Does Razer still require users to make accounts and login to a remote server to use drivers and software for their peripherals?
Yes they do if you want the full functionality of the devices
DRM+flash+ads always on in chrome now?
Man, way to shoot themselves in the food.
erm... that's FOOT not food.. muppet
if the laptop has any information about him or his accounts or logins, then the theft of the laptop could lead to identity theft and fraud. Dude didn't encrypt, so he's not a computer expert, so he's probably employed under false precincts, and should be fired.
it's false PRETENCES not precincts..
you are here under the false pretence you know what words mean
Fuji's T-grain emulsion is superior to kodak.. as someone who has his City and Guilds(yeah.. that old) and who's first job was in photography... fuji t-grain FTW!
But it's color was garish.
one man's garish is another man's vivid.
for work with long focal length and tele-convertors I'd take t-grain over kodak film any day of the week bud
MDMA is a gateway drug, and we shouldn't be risking addiction by patients who already have mental health issues.
While we thank the DEA for their view on this sensitive matter; And no doubt you have similar views on Morphine. Sadly your 'ain't gonna have no hippie scientists givin' kids drugs' attitude belies the fact you clearly have no concept of how utterly devastating a life crippled with PTSD can be.
You and your ilk are basically everything that's wrong with knee-jerk legislators across the western world.
'I don't understand science, but this could look bad in the news papers, therefore I must ban it...... speaking as a parent..... '
As well as the obvoius losses, it's arguable there are advantages there to be had with nearly free speech.
For example if someone slanders you in a newspaper, the story is legally presumed to be false unless proven otherwise; So if you took them to court and they failed to prove the truth of it, they are liable for damages. It's in some ways an extension of innocent until proven guilty.
I must stress I'm not implying this is better or worse, just expanding a little on the details.
You don't want a draconian surveillance state? Good. Now stand up for freedom of speech and thought and stop trying so hard to not offend.
There isn't free speech in the UK.
on whose soil shall information about interaction between Russian and German users be stored?
that would be the NSA's soil
And thus, the heart of the issue was reached.
Do you suffer painful illumination? -- Isaac Newton, "Optics"