6 posts • joined 24 May 2010
I would have thought a just approach here would be "fine, but in that case, you can't use our courts to sue anybody", enabling anybody outside of US jurisdiction to do whatever they like to Google with no fear of rescourse.
People still use Microsoft software?
To all commenters on this thread
If you feel this law needs scrapping (like I do), please take a few minutes to write to your mp at faxyourmp.com.
Labour passed this, at the height of their fervour for removing our civil liberties.
The coalition has shown some will so far to reverse Labour's fascist state with the scrapping of ID cards. Perhaps if we put a little more pressure on them, they'll be encouraged to stand up to the US bullies.
Back to front
“Striker does't seem like a bad guy in our book, but a silently installing espionage suite should be detected by a security suite,”
Isn't the job of a security suite to detect bad stuff, whether or not the bad stuff wants detecting?
Or are F-Secure just complaining because they haven't figured out how to detect it yet?
Good for them
Honouring the agreement, when most others have tried to wheedle out of it.
That's one of the reasons Zappos are doing well, whilst Dixons are dying on their asses.
What a con
You'd think that the malware-mongers would at least have the decent to show you the promised video after they've filled your machine up with crap.
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- Bugger the jetpack, where's my 21st-century Psion?
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- Apple to grieving sons: NO, you cannot have access to your dead mum's iPad