really? I sure the fuck don't.
really? I sure the fuck don't.
Court ruled that they can't force you to give over the passcode, but the same court ruled they could force you to unlock it if it's locked by biometrics.
I'm not a parent so I've never looked into this, but every time I hear someone like this woman ranting about ratings. This could be solved a lot differently if we added something to HTML specifications. A meta tag be it. A company who feels their website is safe for children could add the meta tag to their website that says it is for purposes of this conversation "GA", "PG", "R", "X". Mandate that any site that displays pornography rate their site. The browsers then have parental controls added that basically say this browser can only access certain material if a password is entered. If a site fails to put the tag it is treated as X by default.
It would be the responsibility of the parents to make sure the access controls were configured properly on their children's devices.
Google could then when it does searches get this setting from the browser and only return content with the correct tags.
No external rating board needed.
who cares? Really is that a deal breaker? cause that's just dumb.
My thoughts exactly. He should have gone into the bank with it and said. hey I found this on your machine outside. Moron...
The penny should be made from aluminum like the yen is in Japan.
agreed who the fuck cares...
You'd be surprised. Currently in the area around HackerFarm there are a few gaijin tech workers that work from home that have moved to there, and many of them help in the rice fields part time. If you have a valid means to get a visa then it wouldn't be hard for you to get involved.
The area this is setup in doesn't have a nearby wifi source, and therefore mobile is the only way to go.
The problem remains the same. You still need workers to work the trees, and most young Japanese don't want to do that they want to work and raise their kids in the city.
You don't understand the situation here, and as someone who has visited the very rice fields this device is used in, I can tell you I've see this first hand. Japan is suffering a crisis right now where young Japanese want to live and work in the city. It is to the point where some small towns will give away houses to young families willing to come to the country side to live and work. There are job opportunities, but no one to fill them. A single person is doing the work of many. Not only are they doing more work, they are well into their 50s some even their 60s, and working all those fields as they age it is going to become harder for them to walk and work all those fields. With this technology it will help them do more with less.
Basically I'm saying... shut the fuck up about something you have no idea about.
I live in Japan, but all my finances are US based. This happens to me a few times a year, and it's annoying because 1) the bank knows I'm in Japan, 2) I shop at the same 10 places. I'll get blocked for iTunes purchases even though I habitually buy stuff from iTunes. The whole thing is retarded. I could see if I suddenly made a purchase in India or Spain, but seriously WTF? At least now the bank I use allows me to clear it with the "app" so I just need to ask the cashier nicely to wait 2 minutes while I deal with the bank's stupidity....
There is no poisonous tree. The police did not perform the search. Since the person who stole the code was un-affilliated with the police it can be used in court as evidence if someone were to spin up a lawsuit.
my thought as well, go back to a carburetor based non-computer timed car from the 60/70s/80s
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