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Apple wins Samsung import ban, loses 'Battle of Rounded Corners II'

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Re: Obama timing so so imperfect

not just TV and DVD/BR, there also have quite the foothold in refrigeration, air conditioning and all sorts..

Samsung has a fair footprint in many, many markets. Not that apple would be bothered about any markets they don't have their paws personally in.

However i am just extending your point about Samsungs markets.... which are vast and varied bud

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HP sacks English employees to bag Scots gov jobs cash

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Re: I cant wait

you'll find that there is precedent :)

http://abcnews.go.com/ABC_Univision/News/maritime-border-colombia-nicaragua-set-international-court-justice/story?id=17763048#.UcIs6G0gihY

BTW are you a legal expert? me.. nope.. however i am quite sure the guys at the European journal of International law are... :)

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Re: I cant wait

BTW I am reading for my Masters in Scottish history at the University of Edinburgh.. so yeah i love history and not made up nonsense from sources like a blog :)

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Pax681

Re: Devolution

Actually you'll find that it was in 1979 that the Scots decided they wanted their own assembly however some anus in Westminster changed the rules in an early day motion to make it so that if people didn't turn out to vote... like the recently dead for example... that those non votes were ruled to be np votes.

The EU then pressured the Westminster govt about self determination and "regional assemblies" and the Blair govt presented it like it was all their idea.. which it wasn't.

If you want to blame anyone about the cost of the building... which the people of /Scotland were also very pissed off about ... then how about you blame the labour run procurement procedures at the time whereby all the contracts went to their pals in construction.

And ask Labour why they never put penalty clauses in it for lateness or a penalty for moving the goal posts on costs..... Also have a look into what board members have heavy labour connections via membership or being donors.. that'll give you the answer :)

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Re: I cant wait

as they say in Scotland..... you talk pish...

there has always been the "too wee, too poor, too stupid" coming from the no camp.

and they are ALWAYS trying to spread FUD... it's their stock and trade. The FUD is an attempt to scare the "don't knows" into being a no vote.

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Re: I cant wait

sorry .. but you are wrong, which is why you post as AC.... just a troll. international law and maritime law are against you on this :)

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Pax681

Re: I cant wait

ok.. let's say they DO for some reason, decide to stay with the union.. let's say they do... ok?

they would both have "Enclave" status and only 12 miles of territorial waters which would be within the Scottish waters which are 200 miles from the 12 mile limit.

and you know what?

within those 12 miles... no oil and no gas.....

so it's just another BS scarey story that seems to make the unionist doom and gloom merchants feel good about themselves as they try to scare the vote into a "NO".

sorry but THIS was precisely covered in the European Journal of international law.

So i am afraid you'll just have to suck that one up :)

READ IT AND WEEP

http://www.ejil.org/pdfs/12/1/505.pdf

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Re: I cant wait

BTW the same counts for Orkney as well and were they hell .. Orkney for Example was gifted to The Sinclairs of Rosslyn and they became the "Jarls" of Orkney, the Shetlands and Orkney were NOT allies of England.. you are purely making shit up.

As i said, Orkneys.. Scottish... gifted to the Sinclair...

And the Shetlands were fundamentally "pawned" to Scotland as part of the dowry for his daughter Margaret to King James III in 1468

you don't half talk some crap pal.

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Re: I cant wait

actually it wouldn't if Shetland went independent it would be legally classed as an "Enclave" and thus only have 12 miles of territorial waters inside Scottish waters which would extend 200 miles.

you reallY haven't a clue.

As for the "king Alex" crap.. who says they are going to be the govt of the day in an independent Scotland... that's for the electorate to decide in the first post independence elections.

And seeing as the Reason D'etre of the SNP will be achieved.. then the broad church that makes up the SNP would probably move to other parties....

There's much more to the indy campaign than the SNP.. there's the green, Scottish Labour for Independence, Scottish Trade Unionists for Independence, The Radical Independence Campaign.. and a whole lot more.....

It's interesting to note that unionists try to make this about personality rather than the truth... which is it's about independence NOT Salmond or the SNP....

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Pax681

Re: English Taxpayers

really? no monetary union????

you do realise that a sterling monetary union is NOTHING NEW

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irish_punt#Second_pound

The irish Were in one with the pound for YEARS before the euro and Irish notes and coins were produced by the ROYAL MINT.. again try doing some research before you open your mouth and let yer belly rumble!

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Re: English Taxpayers

The Darrien scheme that failed due to the Blockade of Scotland and the routes to south American by the English Navy?

Yeah.. that Darrien scheme.... and the union was brought about by that crash ... plus the Alien act making it illegal to trade with Scotland or even employ Scots in England.

The Nobles might have been mostly skint by the Darrien Scheme but the towns and Burghs were far from it.

Then we have the bribery by English Govt Agent Defoe....

And then the fact that it was actually an illegally convened Scottish parliament who passed the act here.

The people of Scotland didn't want the union....

In fact there were riots in the streets in Ayr, Glasgow,Edinburgh,Dumfries, Dunfermline, Aberdeen and other places.

Burns even wrote a poem about it called "Parcel O' Rogues"

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Such_a_Parcel_of_Rogues_in_a_Nation

Also, you'll find that the Edinburgh Stock exchange didn't exist in 1706/7

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edinburgh_Stock_Exchange

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Re: English Taxpayers

oh we will be getting it back... check out what the European journal of international law has to say about it.. as does international law and maritime law...

Westminster doesn't have a leg to stand on when it comes to that one Mr AC troll

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Pax681

tell that to the Welsh :P

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Pax681

Re: Anybody who uses 'transition' as a verb ...

i call bullshit right now on that.

let's look at it from a viewpoint of membership in the likes of the EDL and their Scottish counterparts.. the SDL

The EDL have membership of THOUSANDS all over England and are crazy, racist, mental assholes...

In Scotland there are less than 100 SDL members and they are despised.

And the extent of the BNP's membership in Scotland became known after the membership list leak a few years ago... it was also under 100... sitting then at about 86.

England as a whole is FAR more right wing leaning than Scotland.. this is simple fact. just look at how far right the labour party has swung to the right to catch that "Middle England " vote.....

So far right that they have actually abandoned any pretence of "socialism".

I have travelled extensively over the past couple of years from Scotland down to Nottingham via Leeds and Sheffield and have found the racial tension to be incredibly horrendous.. all racial groups seemed to be at each other throats.... none of which is helped by the likes of the EDL, BNP and UKIP which all seem to have a lot of interchangeable membership

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Pax681

Re: @Gregor - English Taxpayers

<blockquote>The paradox is rooted in your treatment of Scotland as a nation. It is not, nor is England; they ceased to be nations in 1707</blockquote>

I would re-read and then get a legal opinion on that piece of idiocy....

Scotland and England NEVER ceased to be nations.... not ever.

why do you think there are separate and distinct legal systems in place???

why do you think that when, for example the Westminster apllied for the share of the oil/gas off Rockall it did so "For and on Behalf of the Nation of Scotland"........ research that.. you might learn something

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Re: English Taxpayers

well the legal experts at the European Journal of International Law would beg to differ with you on that and i would hazard a guess they , being experts in international law would know better than you or I.

They are on Scotland's portion of the continental shelf.. and thus... Scottish.... and thus for tax and revenue purposes.. Scottish... so they invent "extra-regio territories" to hide the extent of the riches of Scottish revenues

It excluded so as to artificially deflate Scotland's contribution to the UK.

This is something that BOTH the OECD and the European Journal of international law have stated as did Ted Heath when he admitted in a recent interview that Successive tory and labour govts have lied their asses off about the worth and amount of Scottish oil and gas for YEARS.

Also there's the McCrone report by a govt economist which was declared a state secret which stated that Scotland, as an independent nation would " be in an embarrassingly large surplus as an independent nation" as compared to it's then position within the UK(1973/4)

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Pax681

obviously you have never actually read and understood the wording of the act of the union ;)

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Pax681

Re: English Taxpayers

what youy are also failing to consider as a factor is that the only oil and gas revenues counted in the G.E.R.S figures(govt expenditure and revenue Scotland) figures are ON SHORE revenues. The oil and gas revenues are hidden as earnings from "Extra-regio territories" so add those on.... and you'll find a different story.

Also you'll find that 20% of all corporation tax revenues in the UK are from Scotland.

As to the "careful what you wish for" silliness.... well put simply you'll find that the 500 questions put up by the "better together campaign" are unanswerable as they can only be answered by two sets of circumstances.......

one that Westminster , as recommended by the electoral commission, entered into pre-negotiations with the present Scottish Govt so as to clarify positions and probabilities.

Two they could only be answered by the elected govt of an independent Scotland... an election that won't happen till 2016 should a yes vote occur.

Also we have the OECD making a laughing stock of the office of budget responsibilities figures... telling us that the oil/gas in the North Sea alone would be worth up to 4 trillion(min 1.5 trillions).. i wish my life could be THAT uncertain.

Also there is oil/gas off the West coast and a lion share of the Claim at Rockall(shared with Iceland and Ireland) now those assets lend stability, especially when managed using the Norwegian Model which gives Norway a state oil fund which bailed out the world bank from pocket change.....

Also, as recently described by Lesley Riddoch, a journalist.. Scotland "is the Saudi Arabia of renewables" both in terms of use but also research..

Mind you, come independence we will have back the 6000 square miles of Scottish waters re-zoned on the fly by Blair and Brown in 1999... a ridiculous situation whereby if you sail 12 miles off the coast of Fife.. you are in English waters.

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Pax681

Re: English Taxpayers

yes it's a fact from official govt figures...

London top per capita spending... then northern Ireland then Scotland

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Pax681

Re: English Taxpayers

that was the point of Tam Dalyell's "West Lothian Question" in the 1970's

Under the act of the union separate and distinct legal systems were guaranteed for Scotland and England.. with few exceptions reserved to Westminster

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Re: Because Scotland is a NET CONTRIBUTOR TO THE UK EXCHEQUER

oh really... i think you'll find that the per capita spend goes like this

top of the list.. London... then Northern Ireland then Scotland.. but hey.. don't let facts get in your way

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Re: English Taxpayers

RBS... HBOS, Clydesdale bank........ all owned by multinationals...

Just because they started in Scotland doesn't make them Scottish any more.. they became huge multinationals.. in fact the clydesdale was bought over in 1988 by an Aussie bank , as was the midland Bank.

please read further than the bloody daily mail for yer facts

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Comcast expands public Wi-Fi net using customers' modems

Pax681

British Telecom have been doing it for years

recently moved to them for fibre. they have a similar system.

IF they are using the same system, which is that with their router firmware the hotspot is there IF you opt in.

now IF you opt in with BT, you get to use all their hotspots plus the FON and other ones worldwide... but here's the kicker.. you just wait till the system picks up the hotspot... then use your own equipment.. no BT hotspot and the job is a good un.

the bandwidth used by the hotspot doesn't count from your allowance.. mind you, in saying that i don't have an allowance, i got the unlimited package.

But even those with the smaller packages, the bandwidth isn't counted in the monthly allowance.

YMMV with comcast and it would not surprise if if your isp's in the US humped you that little bit more... it seems to be the way there..

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Sympathetic Scots scoff-house offers hard-up Apple fanbois a discount

Pax681

why so serious Lord Elpuss?

Lord Elpuss who pished on your chips?

of course it's a ploy to promote their business and it's worked they got into El Reg.

crapioca tactics like this are used all the time to get the cash till ringing, just take it for what it is and stop being so butt hurt and so serious about it.

BTW apple are shite and i-device owners suck the sweat from a dead man's balls :P

love from Scotland :)

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UK 4G auction kicks off in total silence

Pax681

Re: Evidence please

my good lady has a month to month sim only deal with Three and it costs £12.90 and includes unlimited data, 400 any network minutes, 2000 3 to 3 minutes and 5000 texts.

I have a £31 deal with 2000 any network minutes, 5000 3 to 3 minutes, unlimited data and 5000 texts with a Samsung Galaxy S3.

when speaking to the guy at sales about when 4G would be coming to Three he mentioned that there is an agreement with EE for the moment however once the auction is sorted they will be rolling out their own 4G network and always with unlimited data in mind for price plans such as my and my partners deals.

I would not expect this roll-out to hit Scotland till at least next year anyway to be frank however until my contract runs out(18 months, started in August last year) it's a moot point for me tbh.

will be nice to see if the rush of early adopters will create less congestion, not that i have actually noticed any to be honest.

However, yes it is generally speaking cheaper, especially with Three who truly kick ass when it comes to Data

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SurfTheChannel Brit movie pirate gets 4 YEARS' PORRIDGE

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FAIL

it closes down legal loopholes in England and Wales.

Scotland has a separate and distinct legal system and this ruling will not have any effect in Scotland.

Might be the same in northern Ireland... but deffo Scotland....

Remember folks English Law != UK Law as there's not such thing as "UK Law"

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BOYLE and BONG: The secret story of my OLYMPIC TRIUMPH

Pax681

Re: Irvine Welsh...

@Chris Wareham

i think you'll find you are talking out your Arse! LOL

Irving Welsh wrote is FIRST to much acclaim and then the film was made from it.

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Americans stand against UN internet-tax plan

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@ Graham Dawson

erm... erm.. Sharpe is an ITV1 production.. .. the Only BBC to show it is BBC America as they "co-produced" a few episodes.. which is to say two episodes with ITV1......

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sharpe_%28TV_series%29

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Steve Jobs' 'private Apple spaceship' seeks public love

Pax681

they have several.. in Korea.... London,..US...Singapore......Australia...

so... hexx... your point is???

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Scotland considers dishing out more iPads to schoolkids

Pax681

Re: It doesn't matter about the cost...

aye typical matatma coat.. when shown that you have no clue what you are talking about .. you come out with a non reply....

bawbag

Alba gu Brath!

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Re: It doesn't matter about the cost...

i suggest that when Scotland becomes independent you check up a tad on what will happen to that so called "UK resource".

even now the claim is made "on behalf of Scotland" by Westminster.. remember under the articles of the union Scotland retained it's territorial waters, it's own legal system and all that hence the claim baing made on "behalf of Scotland"

As for the arc of prosperity.... Iceland you say.. well i notice you missed out Norway all together.. funny that.. however here is a pierce written by an Icelander about it

"ICELAND. No news from Iceland?… why? How come we hear everything that happens in Egypt but no news about what’s happening in Iceland:

In Iceland, the people has made the government resign, the primary banks have been nationalized, it was decided to not pay the debt that these created with Great Britain and Holland due to their bad financial politics and a public assembly has been created to rewrite the constitution.

And all of this in a peaceful way. A whole revolution against the powers that have created the current global crisis. This is why there hasn’t been any publicity during the last two years: What would happen if the rest of the EU citizens took this as an example? What would happen if the US citizens took this as an example.

This is a summary of the facts:

2008. The main bank of the country is nationalized.

The Krona, the currency of Iceland devaluates and the stock market stops. The country is in bankruptcy

2008. The citizens protest in front of parliament and manage to get new elections that make the resignation of the prime minister and his whole government.

The country is in bad economic situation.

A law proposes paying back the debt to Great Britain and Holland through the payment of 3,500 million euros, which will be paid by the people of Iceland monthly during the next 15 years, with a 5.5% interest.

2010. The people go out in the streets and demand a referendum. In January 2010 the president denies the approval and announces a popular meeting.

In March the referendum and the denial of payment is voted in by 93%. Meanwhile the government has initiated an investigation to bring to justice those responsible for the crisis, and many high level executives and bankers are arrested. The Interpol dictates an order that make all the implicated parties leave the country.

In this crisis an assembly is elected to rewrite a new Constitution which can include the lessons learned from this, and which will substitute the current one (a copy of the Danish Constitution).

25 citizens are chosen, with no political affiliation, out of the 522 candidates. For candidacy all that was needed was to be an adult and have the support of 30 people. The constitutional assembly starts in February of 2011 to present the ‘carta magna’ from the recommendations given by the different assemblies happening throughout the country. It must be approved by the current Parliament and by the one constituted through the next legislative elections.

So in summary of the Icelandic revolution:

-resignation of the whole government

-nationalization of the bank.

-referendum so that the people can decide over the economic decisions.

-incarcerating the responsible parties

-rewriting of the constitution by its people

Have we been informed of this through the media?

Has any political program in radio or TV commented on this?

No! The Icelandic people have been able to show that there is a way to beat the system and has given a democracy lesson to the world "

Iceland have not only been the only place to ACTUALLY PUNISH the bankers but also replaced their givt, as you can see above.....

As i said.... Scotland is IN SURPLUS... this is FACT.. as part of the uk we are 16th in the rich nations league.. .. Independent we would be 6th....

so yeah that arc of prosperity looks great.

Ireland... well they are waiting things out to see what happens.. it's not long i reckon before the euro crumples as Greece and france have just elected govts who are anti austerity and Portugal is pretty much heading the same was , as is Spain....

So tell me.. how does it feel to try and bring up subject matter to use as ammunition whilst knowing now so much about it? feel good?.. i rather think not

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Re: It doesn't matter about the cost...

@mahatma coat

ABSOLUTE NONSENSE! Scotland MORE than pays its way in this so called union.

in fact if you look at the Scottish economy as taken separately from the UK then Scotland is actually in SURPLUS.. admittedly only by just under 2 billion per year but surplus nonetheless .

Scotland contributes more than 120 billions per year all told to the so called union and gt barely 30 billions back......

Have a read of the McCrone Report you muppet and you'll see why it's been Scotland and it's natural resources that have kept England out the kak for years... say thank you for the M25 and many other such capital projects. And with the masses more oil and gas reserves now available to Scotland due to new reserves discovered, new techniques to further extract present reserves and the expected continual price hike with minimal fluctuation to lower prices.... Scotland's future looks rosy.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/McCrone_report

so tell me Einstein... how is it England pays??.. let me tell you.. it doesn't..

Point to note, i live in Edinburgh, my daughter and son go to one of the schools in the trial and they have Android devices.

but the desktop machines they have are apple... this is due to the VERY big educational establishment discount that apple gives.

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UK.gov gives nod to .scot

Pax681

Re: .England

pctechxp well said sir!

i am often bemused at English people rallying behind the union flag instead of the St Georges cross!

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Pax681

Actually Tom, under the Articles of the union.. yes it IS.

Hence is distinct and separate legal system amongst other things.

however it will regain it's sovereign status post independence

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Pax681

Re: What could go wrong?

erm.. we also happen to be the biggest oil producing nation in Europe and thanks to a tony Blair cock up when he took 6000 square miles of Scottish territorial waters back in 1999 he accidentally gave Scotland al the mineral rights that would have been the "UK" rights to the antarctic..

also upon independence we would be due 8.7% of all UK assets.. such as the mineral rights to the Falklands and all sorts.

Try actually knowing your subject matter and stop making statements that even the tories/labour and fib dumbs won't even use any more.

This crap that scotland would not be financially able to cope is just that.. crap.

Scotland would actually be vastly better off, even now Scotland is in surplus but dragged down by UK debt and fiscal mis-management.

this is fact... try googling stuff once and a while... you may even find some facts instead of opinion based on the guff that's been spouted at Scots for years to tell us the sky will/is fall/falling down

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Re: freedom

"With 92% of its previous population, and NI still part of it, there'll be nothing "former" about it"

you don't know much about history do you?

First there was the union of the Crowns by James 6th of Scotland/1st of England in 1603....

THEN...what made the "United Kingdom" was the act of the union in 1707... the uniting oif Scotland and England.

Wales being subsumed as a Principality of England already by then.

with Scotland Independent then there will be no united kingdom.

Northern Ireland has nothing to do with that at all.

So when Scotland does become independent the UK will be no longer. this is plain, simple, logical and factual and, for that matter, about 300 years overdue.

Saor Alba agus Alba gu Brath!

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metal fan?

The fields of the Nephilim were most DEFINITELY Goth.. not metal.

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EU stalls Googorola anti-competition probe

Pax681

oh dear....

they do have companies based here. motorola UK and also in other companies in other counbtries..

they are registered in each country as a seperate entity under the umbrella of the motorola mobility US.

this means basically that if motorola Uk goes tits up for some reason then it's a self contained subsidiary that won't frag the other bits

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Sony was a victim as well: Australian privacy watchdog

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@ tw@tpanda

nah man, not even remotely.

but they were most deffo negligent as shown above and auburnman came across like a shill/astroturfing type who blatantly talked guff bud.

simple as that really.they were negligent in the extreme, they got hacked and humped and auburnman came out with a text-book astroturf style post.

astroturfing is bollocks to i called him on it :)

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FAIL

@ auburnman

<blockquote>I, much like many others, got two free games and access to Playstation Plus premium content by way of apology when the network came back up. I'm not happy this happened, but no-one has lost any money and Sony apologised with free stuff. Put it in perspective.</blockquote>

oh.. so that makes it alright then?

the hacker groups STATED that the server side software was out of date hence they were able to use the attack they used, IT WAS UNPATCHED APACHE. Also as a bonus THEY HAD NO FIREWALL INSTALLED

so i am being perfectly fair and the more i think about it the less informed you seem to be or is it as simple as throwing a couple of shiny baubles your way and sony is all good to you?

So tell me how does running out of date and unpatched software AND not even running a firewall FFS.

You sir are either just a plain dumb and can't perform a simple google search using the terms "PSN unpatched apache and no firewall" OR you are daft enough to think that a few of the afore mentioned "shiny baubles" make it all ok OR

you are astroturfing

you sound like a sony apologist to be quite frank.. and your post an enormous epic fail of titanic proportions

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FAIL

a "victim" of their own shitness in security perhaps?

a "victim" of ourdated and unpatched server side software?

WHEN will there be judges that know wtf they are talking about when it comes to IT ?

sony's liability of blatantly obvious

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Chinese fuzz bust faux iPhone racket

Pax681
Joke

a man called "Dong"?

sounds like a prick to me!

did he have a friend called wang?

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Samsung preps anti-iPhone 5 lawsuit before it's even out

Pax681

@ AC.. FRAND patent use also have a clause in them...

Don't sue us or we will sue you..... or charge you alkl the more for using our patents.

so don't gimme that FRAND patent bullshit.. Apple sue and thus LOST their rights under the FRAND mechanism...

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Google told to delete people from search results

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FAIL

robots.txt anyone?

i mean FFS are govt web designers across the world dumbasses?

just sort your robots.txt to disallow indexing... it's NOT HARD!!!!

it's not google's fault these people are thick as fully set concrete!

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Ex-UK spy boss says WikiLeaks sparked Egyptian revolution

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old news for some!

this vieo was releaed by "The Love Police" on concen over a week ago

http://concen.org/forum/showthread.php?tid=38352

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Coca-Cola fizzes over pornforacoke.com

Pax681

LOL

domain has been suspended..lol

seems the coca cola has perhaps done a dmca on the domain name

a case of bah fucking humbug methinks

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Nick Cave smashes speed camera with Jag

Pax681

Nick and the bads seeds are great :)

well why not educate yourself and listen to his stuff.

his music always tells a story and i love it.

and this is coming from a guy who'd rather listen to some thhumpy as hell EBM or aggrotek and other flavours of industrial!

never mistake your ignorance about something as a means for measuring the worth of something.

also you'll find that there are many musical gems from the 80's if you look outside the pop/manufactured market.

seems those blonkers you borrowed from the stables serves you well.

muppet

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LOL@ Teecee

have you heard much goth music lately?

pretty much most of it electronic with beats based in banging techno and also the works of kraftwerk, front 242, laibach and many other pioneers or electronica. not that they just did electronica but that's where they ended up.

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O2 limits unlimited broadband packages

Pax681

try bethere bud

try bethere. i am with them and i download like an internet hoover. they don';t give a shit, no bandwidth management what-so-ever!

both 02 and bethere are owned by telefonica but bethere remnains as it was before the buy out. free from limitations of any sort.

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Facebook stands up to UK.gov's cyberbullying

Pax681

convictions not spent till years after

for example, i had to go to court for traffic stuff. got convicted, but not banned or anything however............... that conviction wasn't spent till 2.5 years after then i could apply for jobs etc without mentioning it.

it's covered in the rehabilitation of offenders act 1974

http://www.lawontheweb.co.uk/rehabact.htm

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