9 posts • joined 4 Feb 2009
wait does this mean....
fingerprints at imigration in the near future?
that made the americans so popular... though i guess london has its olympics already so what do they care...
its a slow fiddly way of opening a new window for a new group of tabs.
either ctrl+n and start your new set of tabs or shift click a link.
"Seven in ten UK organisations experienced a data breach incident over the last year, up from 60 per cent in the previous year."
whats with the random switch from spelling out fractions to comparing to percentages?
young people will love this as a proof of age
especialy once its cracked wide open so they can edit it at will from a home PC.
no more need for a fake ID, just alter a real one.
yet another reason
that companies should be required to have a hand written acceptance letter before they are allowed to share data with any "partner" sites or businesses.
let he who is without sin ....
cast the 1st stone.
"The Australian Sex Party exists to represent the interests of businesses who make money from the exploitation and degradation of women"
whereas the church has such an exceptional history of treating women as equals...
now what was the name of the 1st female pope again ?
also thats what non-free is for
been a while since i used a pure debian install. but there are repositories categorised as non-free where you can grab packages like firefox etc that dont conform strictly to the debian policies.
boost to underage drinking forseeable ?
so given that these basicly use the same security as the passport chips which were broken wide open a while back
using pretty cheap off the shelf hardware.
so its certainly not going to be long before as AC pointed out stores will start using these as proof of age cards, and why would teenagers need a fake ID when they can edit their real one so easily ?
so please stop these ID cards, "wont somebody think of the children!!" :)
Warning this site bundles ask.com malware
should i start expecting this warning on a few of the "freeware" sites if i ever search through ask ?
i installed a tiny app the other day for managing permisions and it bundled the ask.com malware with no warnings, its the 1st time i have had something like that sneak past me in about 5 years (i dont run protective software) so i was pretty pissed off.
moderately easy to remove and i actualy learnt more about what i can alter with regards to firefox's URL bar via about config. now i can load tinyurl's much faster by just typing them there :)
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