or even "hamburger royale".
I think you mean "Royale with cheese".
Yeah, a ride sharing service run by the government or a non-profit could be a very good idea.
I'm sure that was a sarcastic comment, but the problem with that is now you have multiple different ride sharing services, all of which are probably under-funded, and low quality. Take Austin, for example. They have banned Uber and Lyft, and they have 3 different "community-based" ride sharing apps. I've looked at all 3 of their apps on the app store, and they all have horrible reviews for either sleazy drivers or poor app performance.
I also don't see any evidence of cyberstalking, cut easily be that someone else in the community happened to also be in the site and recognized the name. Hypocritical, but not stalking.
Presumably, most people on those types of sites are into that sort of thing, so they should not care if a prominent person had an account there. The fact that someone went on the site, found his profile, and made it public means that they were there looking for people who "should not be there" with the intention of making their presence there public. Maybe it was not stalking of him specifically, but it was a definite intentional action to punish him for his lifestyle choices.
I don't sit here tearing my hair out doing nothing waiting for everyone to leave so I can type.
You might also get more work done if you stay off Slashdot during work hours too...
They already have your information. Every page with an FB like knows your IP, browser info, etc.
Not if you have NoScript blocking all of the facebook domains.
Let's see if all this 2-factor authentication is everything it's cracked up to be!
Since this is starting to sound like yet another case of people being lazy with passwords, it's unlikely anyone affected has two-factor authentication enabled.
You don't get access to 300 million account by guessing passwords or phishing. You get it by hacking Apple directly and stealing the backend data. Either way, anyone with an iCloud account should change their password just to be sure.
The hackers have even said that they would accept 75k in iTunes card. That's money that will eventually get spent on Apple goods and services anyway. Apple's tax evasion special...
1) They asked for 100,000 in iTunes cards, not 75,000
2) The "money" from these iTunes cards may get spent on Apple products, but since those cards were given away and not paid for, Apple is still losing money.
3) This is rather stupid, since once Apple gives them the cards, and confirms the data is cleared, Apple will invalidate the cards making them useless.
Without having commercials to teach you that companies consider you a never-ending open wallet, and that they WILL lie to you to get your money, will these Netflix-only kids grow up to be or more less naive about the honesty of other people and companies?
Well, I certainly hope that the parents of these kids will do their job as parents and teach their kids these things instead of hoping that TV will teach them.
Uber really is a despicable company
Name ONE other bad thing Uber has done!
Why not use thumb for regular login, middle finger for wipe, seems apropo
Maybe switch them around. Good luck convincing a cop/FBI/border patrol that you regularly use your middle finger to unlock your phone.
I agree. Handing out biometrical data to american companies with all that NSA stuff going on seems kind of dumb.
Do you not have a driver's license? The NSA (government) can get your fingerprint from its own databases much easier than trying to get it from your phone.
The Linux destktop is as dead as the democrat party.
Duh, these are laptops, dummy.
This is why we would would prefer discussing technology to politics in this forum.
Because there is never any name-calling in the tech-related comments?
Old programmers never die, they just become managers.