* Posts by FuzzyTheBear

209 posts • joined 25 Feb 2010

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Ashley Madison hack: Site for people who can't be trusted can't be trusted

FuzzyTheBear

Using words too lightly

This is not terrorism .. this is criminality period. Calling anything and everything terrorism is simply removing any true significance to the word. And btw these people were adults , they know cheating is wrong they knew they could get caught so if they get caught .. that's their personal problem. I got no pity for self inflicted wounds.

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FBI says in secret that secret spy Cessnas aren't secret

FuzzyTheBear

Open air prison

The US with all the surveillance and spying is now an open air prison that keeps tabs on you with your cell phone , with spy planes , spy satellites , wiretaps at large ( warrantless ) etc etc .. Need i say more ?

That's not the country of freedom and liberty.. it's the country of the freedom they let you have and liberty they let you have .

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Forget black helicopters, FBI flying surveillance Cessnas over US cities. Warrant? What's that?

FuzzyTheBear
Black Helicopters

There's more

the US Marshall service does the same with planes covering 95% of the habited territory to spot phones of people wanted by the law and slurping data at the same time . Cessna planes using Boeing equipment.

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Windows 10 upgrade ADWARE forces its way on to Windows 7 and 8.1

FuzzyTheBear

Still confused about other matters .

MS says free upgrade for a year .. what does it mean .. you can upgrade for free within the first year and get to keep it for free after that period or it's an upgrade they give you use for a year then have to fork out ?

Really this has me confused no end and i can't find a clear answer ..

Ric

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Windows 10 to MELT YOUR BRAIN and TAKE OVER YOUR LIFE

FuzzyTheBear
FAIL

Whatever the name ..

The same game with the same rules has been around for a solid 10 years. Just a different skin but that's all there is to it. Call it bejeweled or anything else , remains old stuff with nothing new to offer than more crappy graphics. Really .. that's no incentive to go win 10 .. In fact .. it just shows how lame microsoft is.

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Tesla's battery put in the shade by current and cheaper kit

FuzzyTheBear

Re: 16kW generator for $3699?

Indeed , a decent gen set , the transfer panel , emergency panel , installation ( muffler , gas / diesel tank / natural gas/propane tank + electrical work ) , decent vibration damping and possibly a remote emergency panel will cost a heck of a lot more than 3699 $

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Microsoft discontinues Media Center with Windows 10

FuzzyTheBear

What's missing from the get go.

If one wants to get anywhere with the PC as entertainment box , we need to add several functionalities call them modules that need to be made and which i experimented with a long time. A power amp to drive external speakers ,an audio preamp module , vga dvi and hdmi switches , decent remote control and software and last a good old controller ( rs 232 control ports ( projector, tv ) relays ( screen, curtains etc ) , http and ir ) with http built in server to interface with phones or tablet. Everything needs be in the same box. The problem is not software , the problem for a real media PC is that it's missing the hardware functionality to make it come of age.

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Burger me! Microsoft's chainsaw rampage through sacred cow herd

FuzzyTheBear
Happy

" Ballmer would be spinning in his grave. If he was dead, that is .. "

A familiar couple of IT workers we know can certainly arrange it to our satisfaction .. :)

A simple workplace accident like the BOFH and the PYF have the knack for, at a reasonable price ..

You know .. a mislabeled Halon cylinder , an elevator shaft ..

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Miscreants rummage in lawyers' silky drawers at will, despite warnings

FuzzyTheBear
Big Brother

Business is horrible at security.

The higher you go up the corp ladder the worst it gets. I'm in Montreal at the headquarters of one of the largest Corporations in Canada and i'n in the boardroom , they got a conference system with wireless microphones right in the boardroom . Go to security and in the morning organize a small demonstration.

they have a man in the boardroom , we get to a spot the other side of the street at the same height and i open the scanner .. the corp was broadcasting their board meetings over unencrypted wireless mics for everyone to hear. Security is a top down thing , lawyer firms do the same in their conference rooms ..

It's the small devices that are traitors. Keeping files on a computer secure is the least of the issues plaguing the industry. Security in ANY firm is a top down thing. If the top don't see the issues ,people got to be in place to make them plain. Lawyer firms are no exception. How many of those " traitor " devices are around in your place of business ? The more important the data is and decisions taken , the more a need for competent security exists in a ,have to be considered, hostile environment. Computers is but one way to access the decision makers and steal their information and secrets.

On that regard most firms have failing grades.

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Spookception: US spied on Israel spying on US-Iran nuke talks

FuzzyTheBear

Re: Pot...kettle...etc...

The big big big difference here is for a foreign power to forward their intel to political personnel in a foreign country to derail the internal politics of a country. This type of interference is totally unwelcomed anywhere in the world and what's surprising is that the senators did not immediately pick the phone and call in the President to inform him of this affairs. Interference of this type should have led to a total break in diplomatic relations and an immediate suspension of all aid to Israel . But the USA is a weak country and not a leader anymore. They are dying a slow death furthered by the republicans actions. Too bad , the USA used to be a place to look up to , now laughing stock of the world.

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Zombie SCO shuffles back into court seeking IBM Linux cash

FuzzyTheBear

Nothing ever replaced or can replace it . Pamela ( whatever her real name is ) was doing a fantastic job.

When i saw a comment a bit further up i thought he meant it, that Grok was back up . It lays there , nothing new on . Yet i keep hope that one day that it will somehow come back up live.

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GCHQ: Ensure biz security by STOPPING everyone from TALKING

FuzzyTheBear
Happy

Re: Solution

Sounds like a BOFH job to me .. :)

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Canadian bloke refuses to hand over phone password, gets cuffed

FuzzyTheBear
Black Helicopters

Easy solutions for enhanced privacy.

A) Don't take your phone abroad. Life can and does go on without one. Specially when going on vacation.

B) Use dumb 1990's style cell phone that makes phone calls period when you travel by plane a.Flip phone will do nicely.

C) Get a local throw away , use it , send your data home , ditch phone when done and recup data once you're home.

For the rest there's pen ,paper envelopes and mail . They are more secure than your telephone.

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Forget 1,000 lashes for Facebook posts, Saudis now want to behead blogger Raif Badawi

FuzzyTheBear

Trouble , nothing but trouble

Religions is nothing but troube , massacres , violence and wars.

I hope they disappear off the planet. I jokingly replied to a friend's comment ..

" The greatest achievement of the Devil is to have us believe he dosen't exist "

i replied

" The greatest achievement of the Devil is to have us believe God exists "

Killing in the name of God makes no sense. Total insanity in fact.

.

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MEGA PATENT DUMP! Ericsson, Smartflash blitz Apple: iPhone, iPad menaced by sales block

FuzzyTheBear

oIrony

Seems that the law of return is hitting them with a very large clue stick.

If you launch patent wars or do like you accused others of doing, it's no wonder you run in trouble.

People just wait for you at the next corner and you shouldn't be surprised if you get mugged solid.

Maybe Apple will not be so fast suing companies for telephones with round corners once they have their phones banned This time , even Obama might not be able to save them.

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Lenovo shipped lappies with man-in-the-middle ad/mal/bloatware

FuzzyTheBear

Re: Kill the root certificate

YIKES listening to that idiot Bieber is qualified as cruel and unusual punishment .. but in this case i totally agree . They should be quartered for putting crap on machines leaving the factory . In fact i kind of agree that laptops should be virgins when they leave the factory and have nothing on it but the os without any bloatware/crapware on them .. Bring back the guillotine :)

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Calling a friend? Listen to an advert. You lucky, lucky thing

FuzzyTheBear
Pirate

Other places ..

Next in line is what ? Ah yes . Man sits on loo in McDo , why not put this time to good use and show the user laxative and toilet paper adverts.. A million opportunities missed ...

These guys said it best

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zAx0PL4OICU#t=457

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Why Windows 10 on Raspberry Pi 2? Upton: 'I drank the Kool-Aid'

FuzzyTheBear

New Pi

New Pi , Now with NSA and other related outfits backdoors and trojans ..

Need i say more ? Great .. < drums desk > Just great.

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Windows 10: The Microsoft rule-o-three holds, THIS time it's looking DECENT

FuzzyTheBear
Stop

Re: Read the whole thing...

Yeah the first dose is free ..

Nope no thanks this one wont fly .. win 7 is stable , does the job for the little i use windows wy should i go to 10 and pay and pay when the kit i have works perfectly well for the use i have ?

Nope , the yearly subscription is just subscribing to misery and probably more expensive than an outright buy . I haven't seen numbers yet fee/year but the whole thing smells.

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Don't use Charlie Hebdo to justify Big Brother data-slurp – Data protection MEP

FuzzyTheBear
Pirate

Re: Playing into Terrorists hands...

Indeed .. every time that the politicians have a knee jerk reaction and keep hacking at our freedom and liberty , the terrorists win.

Ignore them totally , giving credits to terrorists for actions like at Charlie makes them more popular.

We have to ignore these people and let secret services handle them the only way that works.

Bomb the shit out of them . In fact .. i'd go one step further .. Make the actions of the secret services even more atrocious than the terrorists's , play their game and start paying them back with interest .. if they see savagery and feel and experience worse violence than their own , maybe they will think twice before attacking again .. I do not see how else we'll ever be left in peace. Reasoning wont work with them .

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FBI fingering Norks for Sony hack: The TRUTH – by the NSA's spyboss

FuzzyTheBear
Stop

Hold on a second

The NSA boss telling us the truth ? .. which version , in which universe ?

NSA bosses have constantly lied to Congress to the President and to the public ..

You cant take anything he says at face value and certainly not believe anything that guy says.

Credibility is 0 , This seems like a step in overthrowing NK's government nothing else

Can't believe a word that comes out the USA's intelligence community.,

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As time goes by .. the true tale of an elderly

FuzzyTheBear

As time goes by .. the true tale of an elderly

I am not sure this is the right venue , or category , but the story is actual , it's factual and it is the tragedy lived a thousand times that need be told to warn the community to step up their vigilance.

Dad is 86 . A sturdy chap that made communications , data communications and it's advancement his life. Retired about 25 years ago and always been using a computer since the z80 . His computers have always been protected as much as he could. AV and firewalls etc .. He used his machine to make texgs , write , make spreadsheets of his finances , adresses , finance info the whole lot .

4 days ago .. A guy called saying he was a MS tech support representative and that he was mandated to cal customers and fix their machines for a security hole that needed be adressed.

OFC MS don't call people. You know it .. i know it ..

He gave the thief/scammer/bas&&&& the information to use the remote desktop and for a hour and a half the guy at the other end had all the time in the world to steal all his financials that were linked on the desktop for easy access . Income tax reports , spreadsheets , cc's etc .. he had put all on the machine trusting it .. and never suspecting any foul play.

His CC company had a strange charge on the CC .. 1000 dollar purchase in a foreign country .

He called me .. told me about the CC company call and i went to his place pedal to the metal ( or close ) to see what was going on .. He told me .. minutes before that call that he was with a MS tech support guy and that he had been " workign " his computer for an hour and a half.

TightVNC was still on .. i yanked the power to the DSL modem .. Rest is an horror story of him trying to block CC's , change cards numbers , SIN's credit rating agencies etc etc , since identity theft was easy with all the income tax info available to the theif and him falliung in despair as how gullible he had become. It was a truly sad scene . See a man of his stature and intelligence fall for such a scam. The hurt is one that does not go away. He realised what impact alzheimers was having on him.

What did i set out to accomplish by writing this tale of caution ?

For one , i wish to make people aware that the scammers are very active and that this scam has terrible implications for it's victims . ATM Quebec is getting these calls regularly. They target everyone . They had called my place a few weeks before and i simply hung up telling him he was a scammer .

Secondly , that as our parents get older that they get more and more vulnerable and that they need our help , our support and certainly that their machines need to be even more protected from scam artists. If you can't help the man , help the machine he relies on.

TightVNC " Remote Assistant " is such a danger . I do not know to what extent that can be removed from Win7 , I haven't had time to investigate further yet, but certainly ill have the ports blocked when i'm done rebuilding his machine and if i can ill delete the exe file.

Ladies , Gentlemen , readers of the Reg , i hope this cautionary tale helps you help your parents and the elderly be kept safe . Find ways , for they need protection not from the machine , but themselves as their minds slowly sink into darkness .

Your's truly

Richard Hebert aka FuzzyTheBear

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Pastebin: The remote backdoor server for the cheap and lazy

FuzzyTheBear
Coat

it's usefull

Yes , there are legitimate uses for pastebin specially when one's debugging and using IRC to chat with knowledgeable folks .. pasting 100 lines on an IRC channel is not the right idea , you post where people ( not just one ) but where a wide number of people can read and check ( error logs , crash dumps etc ) and that would be on pastebin and similar.

Trying to kill their site is not the right idea . It will only make things worse for the lot of legitimate users and programmers that try to solve complex problems.

But then again .. follow the money trail ..

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4K off, Google Fiber: Comcast, Broadcom tout 2Gbps cable

FuzzyTheBear

Details ..details

Nice .. but at what price / month ?

That will be one killer bill i'm sure ..

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Zuckerberg asks the public to tell him where to go in 2015

FuzzyTheBear
Joke

Where to go ?

Start paying users to use their information. Would be fair.

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FBI warns of disk NUKE malware after Sony Pictures megahack

FuzzyTheBear
Stop

Sending the ball back ..

We been told time and time again .. " if you have nothing to hide , you have nothing to fear "

Maybe the days where companies did what they pleased in backrooms is coming to an end. Exposing them and their shenanigans might be a good thing for the People and the companies in the long run.

Since they are so quick to sell us wholesale .. maybe , once in a while , we can turn the table and sell them wholesale with all their secret backroom wheeling and dealing. In this case , i think hacking Sony was more than overdue. Free economy does not mean companies do whatever the hell they want . When they do so without regards for the public's interest , is it not obvious that hackers are in fact doing us a favor ? ..

Most interested to hear thoughts on the matter.

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Blind justice: Google lawsuit silences elected state prosecutor

FuzzyTheBear

Re: very good article, thank you, with one minor nitpick

In the US companies pay for the politicians election campaigns and bills , can anyone seriously think that they don't have to side with their sponsors ? It's no democracy when corporations have as much if not more power than We The People.

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El Reg Redesign - leave your comment here.

FuzzyTheBear
Pint

AH ! BUSTED

So i was right .. there's been a change and i posted before you had time to confess DrewC :D

Some readers DO pay attention you know .. I can resume drinking my beer .. i ain't hallucinating .. yet .. but working on it ;)

.

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New look ?

FuzzyTheBear

New look ?

Is it me or did the reg just changed looks ?

main page looks different .. no more of those 1 2 3 4 5 articles we could hover on .. or has flash crashed and im hallucinating pizzas in a sushi shop ?

Ric

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NASA prods sleeping New Horizons spacecraft: Wakey, wakey, Pluto's calling

FuzzyTheBear
Joke

Good morning back to you cheap *&#^*^

There we are , i sleep 9 years, travel almost 5 billion km's i wake up and there's not even a cup of coffee or a boiler handy .. how cheap can an employer get ? ok where's the closest coffee shop, they can wait ^^

You will hear from my union rep.

Signed New Horizon

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'We're having panic attacks' ... Sony staff and families now threatened in emails

FuzzyTheBear

Time to start cutting cables ?

I mean .. states that support hacking and bandits etc .. ever considered throwing them off the net severing the connections 2 inches past their border ? .. If they don't behave why tolerate them ?

Ban them and cut their access and cables completely . ain't that hard to do. Nothing like an axe to solve that problem.

Cut the umbilical and let them deal with their internal troubles .

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Chromecast video on UK, Euro TVs hertz so badly it makes us judder – but Google 'won't fix'

FuzzyTheBear

Re: 24 fps

Film 35 mm is still very much in use by great filmamakers for it's artistic qualities and compatibility with such an important medium cannot be trashed for the sake of novelty.

Really , what's all the millions of films and documents made for 24fps going to play on ?

24 needs to stay.

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Don't assume public trusts you, MI5. 'Make a case' for surveillance – Former security chief

FuzzyTheBear
Black Helicopters

Trust us ,.. " yeah, sure ...."

Frankly .. i'd rather trust Snowden than their lot.

If the secret service and lawmakers had been forward and trustworthy on the issue and say " ok here's where we are .. " we wouldn't be here now. But their activities needed and need to remain secret. Just as much as we hate to say it ,it's a fact a lot needs to remain undercover, BUT

Going in my bank account , my files , my emails without a court order is breaking that trust , There are things that need to be kept away from them because it's not their business period. Either they get judges to allow them access after showing him proof beyond a shadow of a doubt that there is a case to get the data or they should have no access at all. They are our servants , not the reverse and that is something a many politicians have forgotten.

No to surveillance without proper court orders.

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Virgin's SpaceShipTwo crashes in Mojave Desert during test flight

FuzzyTheBear
Unhappy

Dead pilot

It's a shame .. condolences to the family and colleagues of the lost pilot.

Extreme research has it's price tag. Looking forward has a price tag , I wish everyone involved with the project best of luck . God bless .

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KRAKKOOOM! Space Station supply mission in PODULE PRANG EXPLOSION CHAOS

FuzzyTheBear
Boffin

To the left

If you look at the video the left side about halfways up , you see bizarre puffs of smoke and repeating little flashes and kind of a flare going downwards .. hard to explain . If someone in the know reads , would be interresting to have your input on what goes on on that side.

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AT&T to fork out less than two days' profit in bogus bill charge flap

FuzzyTheBear
Pint

Re: Bogus charges

I'm in Laval Quebec , a Bell customer and you guessed it .. i do have a rotary phone dial in a super solid eternal Contempra by Northern Telecom , yes the one with the real bells :) . Much to my surprise it's still fully supported and works like a champ. God bless the rotary dial and it's full support ! Thanks Bell .. apart from that .. they suck , way too high in prices and service is gone down the drain with their call centers now somewhere else on the planet,

Cheers

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Steelie Neelie: Enjoy your EXCLUSIVE UHF spectrum in 2020, mobile operators

FuzzyTheBear
Megaphone

Give it all to us ..

There's other services on the airwaves that have just as much right to the spectrum as boyos who use cellphones. Unfortunately the consumer , like usual , gets the shaft. Every type of broadcast is threatened by them .FM radio , hey that takes bandwidth , axe it .. tv ? who cares , axe that too , billions of tv sets ? hey .. consumers just have to throw them away and the manufs will be happy .. who pays ? us .. What they do ? profit from it .. So .. when they talk taking away the bandwidth of more services and tv i got the tendency to tell them : you had your share , sit on it , there's a public out there with tens of bilions in receiving equipment that have rights too.

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Best shot: Coffee - how do you brew?

FuzzyTheBear
Boffin

Re: Moka Pot

I had tons of coffee making equipment, the old Bialetti wins hands down with a good cuban coffee.

was like 25 CDN and the seal ( change twice a year .. or so ) like 1.50 . Worth every penny. Not to mention that the pot will outlive you :)

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Linux Foundation says many Linux admins and engineers are certifiable

FuzzyTheBear
Stop

For a good cert

I'm no part of IBM .

For years ( a decade ) at the DeveloperWorks site there's Linux courses and tests and roads to certificates . These are not only basic skills but also advanced skills and trust me some of them are super usefull for anyone interested in the OS . IBM is serious business . Dont know about Red Hat etc .. but i can only recommend you guys put a nose in that site if you haven't already done so.

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Time to move away from Windows 7 ... whoa, whoa, who said anything about Windows 8?

FuzzyTheBear
WTF?

More questions than answers.

Again , MS makes me itch all over. I simply believe they should be reigned in solid . When the company decides to unilaterally end support i'm tempted to make the car analogy. If a car maker comes and tells me .. you spend 20K on this little car but in 10 years your car is scrap because we will cut the supply of parts and you will have to buy a new one i'm not sure people will be buying those cars. Specially if the model has been out for 9 years. That one pays full price for a product due to be shelved don't make ANY sense. For operating systems , even more so. We work on the machines and they are bread and butter for companies. The investment in time , resources is way too high to gamble on an operating system that the supplier can , at will , decide to stop support ( no more parts ) .

Is it time to move on ? Yes .. but can we ? No . There's too much stuff companies use that have no equivalent yet that can run on a different OS for say Linux .

Whatever way you look at it , MS has got the general computer users by the ba*** and until legislation is in place to protect the computing industry and users from their tactics we're screwed .

I would not have a problem with them ending support if at the end they would open source the software so we can fix it , but i do oppose , in the strongest terms being screwed by MS having to buy over and over again for software that's going to be crap a few years down the road while the machine we bought and on which the software was installed at the factory still runs and does the job it was intended to do .

Too early for a scotch dang it .. MS is driving me nuts .

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Take the shame: Microsofties ADMIT to playing Internet Explorer name-change game

FuzzyTheBear

Re: What SHOULD Microsoft call its browser?

Titanic :)

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Rupert Murdoch says Google is worse than the NSA

FuzzyTheBear
Black Helicopters

For one , I got to agree with Rupert. Google opens every email and checks them , They collect all your searches ever , they know more about anyone and everyone than we care to know.

The NSA don't resell their users .Google and Facebook do and are the two worse enemies of privacy liberty and freedom ever.

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Anonymous threatens to name cop who shot dead unarmed Michael Brown

FuzzyTheBear

On the matter of the public's right to know.

When an officer uses deadly force ,shoots someone or else , since he's a pubiic servant he's got no rights to privacy. This principle is well known here in Canada. For certain , the officer would be put on administrative leave and not reintegrated to the force until the end of the investigation and trial if there is one. That very matter should be legislated if it is not. A public servant ( whoever he is ) has no right to withhold his name saying " it's private " , they have to declare their name and number. In this case their laws might be different , but it looks more like a big " cover his ass cause we know he's a murderer and had no valid reason to shoot " than about respecting the law. Police , Sheriffs in the USA enjoy murdering people without valid reasons , specialy in New York . The USA is the wild wild west and the law does not apply to " lawmen " . They are free to murder anyone they want and walk a free man.

Ouch ? yes .. i hope it hits every American in the nuts and bolts and make em react and write their legislatures that they got enough of that crap .

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Snowden leaks show that terrorists are JUST LIKE US

FuzzyTheBear
Happy

You got to be kidding

Neither of those men Lobban or Rogers would ever tell a lie. Never ever the hell ever.

Suggesting it might make you a new candidate for a free trip to Guantanamo though ..

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Comcast bosses: THAT pushy sales rep was only obeying orders

FuzzyTheBear
Pint

Others are not so bad about it ..

Videotron for example. They asked me to hold a second , transfered me to the " retention agent " , told them , please unsubscribe me , agent : is there anything i can do that will change your mind ? " I said " no ..service from Bell is ordered. " that was the end of it .

Not all companies are as bad as Comcast.

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Get an EYEFUL OF CURRY for the sake of your brain

FuzzyTheBear

Re: All in favour say Eye

Intuitively the family knows before the tests.Those of us who live or have lived with a relative that has Alzhemers know this . There's little things , little clues. Things forgotten , or a memory that changed.

By the time the Doc posed a diagnosis , we all know what's going to happen. The drugs that were tried gave results for a bit less than a year , there were no noticeable side effects , but in the end , it does not change a thing , progressively the illness keeps getting worse and worse , family takes a serious hit and eventually have to come to terms with the death of their relatives. We all must go. I hope for a cure for all those who suffer the same hell . I hope this test works out fine and helps keep this infernal illness in check. The cure might never come , but there's a little light for the families and friends of those who suffer this atrocious disease. Maybe one day. But for a many , for millions , this is going to come too late. Please backup Alzheimer's research.

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Microsoft swings axe at 18,000 bods in its largest ever round of layoffs

FuzzyTheBear
FAIL

Epic Failure = Increased share price.

If you can find the logic in this , i can't . Firing 18000 people is no accomplishment , it's an epic failure.

I totally wish the workers and families good luck. But rewarding execs for firing masses of people is totally indecent. He should fire himself first. MS can now go to hell and i'm not sure anyone will care.

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German government orders local CIA station chief to pack his bags

FuzzyTheBear
FAIL

Friends ?

Friends don't need to spy on each other , they take the phone and talk.

The USA are no friends they are the new common enemy to the free world and a free society.

They got the FAIL of the century calling themselves " friends to the free world ".

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HDMI, thy end is near: Qualcomm's Wilocity gobble will let mobes, tabs beam 4K vid to TVs

FuzzyTheBear
FAIL

Re: Not so fast...

Like , they care ? All they want it money thrown their way.

Really another format is all we truly don't need in high end A/V.

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Man FOUND ON MOON denies lunar alien interface

FuzzyTheBear
Alien

Similar sets of equations.

In science there's little room to wiggle. Gravity applies whether you're in another galaxy or the planet next door. So does the speed of light. We are all faced in the universe with a set of rules and though we are fond of romance and adventure fact is that aliens and us are faced with the same problems. Unfortunate.

Faster than light travel is impossible and to come here for aliens is as long as we going there. Aliens ?

Guess we'd all like to greet them but in reality , for now at least , we're very much alone. Maybe for the best. As was said before , to go through the trouble of going on travel for thousands of years to meet us , their intentions might not be as good as ours. Roasted human with ketchup anyone ?

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