Security guards responded well, they closed the room and asked her to get dressed.
it should have been: "Security guards responded well, they closed the room and burnt the offending image."
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it should have been: "Security guards responded well, they closed the room and burnt the offending image."
while of the other nine, three are scammed by Nigerians (I'm sure there are enough poor suckers out of a 1.2 billion to part with their hard-saved cash), another two pwned by a banking trojan, and the rest have been pulled out of their cardboard house into the glorious world economy of call centre sweatshops. But hey, that's "sharing" (profits and labour).
EDIT: Found it, it's not in the one drive options, you need to click your profile picture, go to edit profile, then click your picture again and there's an option for "Account Settings".
I'm afraid I got only that far, i.e. "Account settings". I can't see WHERE, from the account settings page, you can change permissions which I HAD TO give them to keep the free storage. I have searched all tabs (Account, Your info, Service... Security & Privacy.. you'd think it's the in at least 4 tabs out of 7, eh? No luck! :(
So, I gave something away for "free" storage, and I don't know how to get it back.
Edit too. Yes, it is doable. From the "Account settings" menu (tabs), I went to the LAST tab, i.e. "Security & privacy", then BOTTOM of the page:
If you want to manage your "Ad preferences" - out of luck, lol:
This page can’t be displayed
but if you go to second tab (from the left), i.e. Apps & Services (manage permissions) you are shown the "OneDrive" with the key link - Edit. You click on it and - BINGO! - several clicks away is what you gave away, and at the bottom is the button:
Remove these permissions.
But hey, like the poster before said, if you want to keep your "free" storage, one of the "permission" you remove, is to "Add or remove bonus storage". So, I bet, you remove the permissions - and you "free" is takenth away. Oh, fuck them, I don't use this shit much anyway...
is this correct, i.e. even the main page you open (e.g. I-love-spooks.org.uk) is hidden from the spooks while using tor browser?
and your vote has been counted
For that you get the OS with support for Windows Universal apps, the Edge browser (and Internet Explorer), and Windows Hello facial and fingerprint recognition software. You might also get the voice assistant Cortana, depending on where you live.
I'll take the OS please, and instructions how to remove Windows Universal apps, the Edge browser, Windows Hello facial and fingerprint recognition software and voice assistant Cortana, if I'm unlucky enough to qualify for her presence.
judging by the language used, she'd been approached by some sharp (...)-chasers, elsewhere known as "litigation service providers" (no lawyers, God forbid, nosir).
I thought waterboarding was the preferred deterrent? Or was it keeling?
we will get it in the end. A day of bad news to bury the news here, a concession there... we'll get there. That's what we're paid for.
"she thinks the electorate are thick"
She's right, electorate, in general, in any political system, are thick. At least the mainstream, which votes you in or out, and this is what counts. No subtlety needed.
about the sexist images by the article, which imply that all that light work is done by smiling, middle-to-upper class photoshopped models. Can I have, like, I dunno... an Isis state-thingy bearded warrior or something instead? A slave boy (no, take that back! - this would be understood literally!). Well, a pizza delivery man, with his crash helmet on? Surely this is not racist or sexist? Or a wrinkly off his hospital bed (that's me!!!!), in his immaculately photoshopped gown, no need to bend or stretch, stiff as a stiff, eh? Not to mention a man of colour, to keep the gender/race ratio as advocated by the current double standards. Better still - two men! No, take that back, say, two WOMAN and a man! Sold!
it can (...) and die. Really
(obviously a fan of a competitive, but good-as-dead brand)
budget should be fine-based. The more they fine, the more they get. But hey, not in this world, eh?
not with 400K resolution (up to), I won't.
+ unspecified damages
And the chance to win "unspecified damages" to Mr Nobody from Nowherebottom are?
"Whether hoax, hack or genuine end-of-life for TrueCrypt, it’s clear that no security-conscious users are going to feel comfortable trusting the software after this debacle. It’s time to start looking for an alternative way to encrypt your files and hard drive."
This might prove that the action by we-known-who to discredit truecrypt (if this is their doing) and move people off this software is working. And the only reason to have discredited truecrypt would be that the software was kosher, has NOT been compromised, and this is, naturally, causing problems to the we-known-who. So, to move people move off it to other, potentially compromised software, is definitely beneficial to the we-know-whom.
That said, my voice might be read as a lame attempt by the agents of the we-known-who to discredit the above discreditation if the we-know-who have, indeed, compromised trucrypt, and therefore, do not want anybody migrating away from it, for obvious reasons.
Either way, any FUD created by the we-know-whom, and to fuck with the logic, is clearly a bonus to them, confusing users, can't make any sense of whom to trust, thus, potentially, risking errors of judgement.
I always find this panic about "less growth" quite ridiculous. As if the numbers of their (happy ;) customers could grow for ever and ever, i.e. embracing all of us, happy UK residents, and then expanding, forever. How about halving their ACTUAL customer base?
Read: we will reduce the total headcount by 50% (due to office duplication), and the survivors will be rewarded by not being fired and will face an exciting opportunity to process 200% workload (IT Engage + iNet).
I'm sure the streamlining is due to make EVERYBODY happy: those to be fired are presented with exciting opportunities for career change, those not to be fired, will have retained their job, and as to the BT... well, it will save a couple of quid, but hey, that's not the main point here, is it?
I strongly disagree: greed will make them sell privacy tool, but the very same greed will make them sell anti-privacy tools, lying through their teeth to their original customer about how much they care for their privacy. The rule is not "thou shall not steal", the rule is "thou shall not get caught", and of course they did get caught, so all they can and try to do is apply "damage limitation" tactics. I don't think it works at all and it's just pathetic to watch this circus of denials, but hey, I don't draw the rules of corporate PR, perhaps somebody in the world is stupid enough to buy this denial shit? Or maybe nobody does, but say well, we have no choice...
what once a prosecutor in a Stalinist country said: "bring me the man, and we will find the law to match his case"
Dear <every world citizen>,
Nah, Nah, Nah, Nah, Nah
"... determined to get as far as she can without paying"!?
Methinks this is a huuuuuuge, untapped market there folks! Let's set up a revolutionary business, total like, free model like. And since it's got this huuuuuge potential, we should value this idea at around... let's say, 150 billion. Nah, scrap that, make it a round figure, say, 1 trillion some something. O Come, All Ye Faithful Investors, huuuuge rewards ahoy!!!
uhm... well, I guess it's not gonna happen in my lifetime. eh?
perfect kit to stick your finger where the sun don't shine...
not so. Consider my case (pretty average):
7 Mb adsl, 60 GB cap (ok, uncapped midnight - morning), shitty ftp upload speeds, traffic management (aka throttling), but in general, good service.
15 quid for the internet
about 15 quid for the bt line (line rental)
about 4 quid per quarter on the phone bill for... not making enough phonecalls (not kidding!)
about 6 quid per quarter to actually PAY them the bill (not kidding!)
That's about 35 squid per month
against Virgin, the cheapest decent phone/cable internet package (no tv, thankyou):
The difference though: the speed, about 5 x that of plusnet, on top of this, priceless satisfaction, that BT get not a penny from me.
The only thing that worries me is that Virgin is "family oriented", in plain English - (...) rules about throttling, censorship, etc. Plus, I imagine, relentless pressure to take on the subscription of their glorious tv channel shite. But I don't mind telling them, every now and then, where to stick their offer.
I do hope it's tongue-in-cheek...
"You have to opt-in to get porn, rather than opt out of being filtered."
Are you sure? I thought I have to opt in to opt out of opting in out of opting out? See, I'm already confused... wow, this proves that a government plan once in the blue moon has actually... WORKED. I guess there's a silver proxy to every censorship.
took them some time to catch up, eh?
or, perhaps, it took that much time for the idiots who open those emails to become immune. FB infection rulez!
manufacturers - unite. All you need to do is study many a past case of planned obsolescence. Study and apply :(
"I'm wiring up my fish tank to the internet. The newest incarnation will automatically top itself up when the water gets low, feed the fish and other mundane tasks."
You lost your marbles. And the plot. Why did you bother to buy the fish tank in the first place, if it can run autonomously?
ah, I see, looks pretty! Well, get a large screen and an effing screen saver, much less hassle than the internet of all fish tanks :(
wasn't that expensive... if it run Windows OS, which I have to use as my software is windows-based :(,
and if it didn't have that (...) glowing apple at the back - I would consider, sure ;)
p.s.: even if the battery life were half as decent.
As always, great minds think alike!
Can we see the list please?
The list of sites/content/genre that they've deemed to be Adult and requiring filtered?
Can we know who is on the committee please?
Is advice to curious teenage LGBT on that list?
Is advice for teenage safe sex on that list?
Are historic great works featuring cherubs and teenagers on that list?
This is for us to know, and for you, not to worry your little head about. Unless... given the depth of questions asked, you don't happen to have any vested interest in the subject, do you? Because, you know, we might want to chat to you about it. Or take a peek at what you store on your hard drive....
Paperwork's never been a bitch for either true and "true" democracies when it suited them to show to the world what a pillar of freedom and democracy they are, against that vile regime of (enter any country name but the True Democracies).
This is my whole point - they don't want to fuck with the US of A - let them say it, instead of coming up with laughable excuses. I want to hear it loud and clear: "We value our trade links and good relationship with USA much, much more, than giving shelter to somebody, who confirmed that USA spy on us".
there's one more aspect: the reaction of the world is a clear go-ahead to the US: we can spy on them and even if we slip, like with this Snowden, they will do fuck about it. Plus a strong message to wanna whistle-blowers: you've got nowhere to hide.
don't lose heart, also catching up with Poland, and Estonia, so EU's not THAT behind :D
jeez, if I took every politician's blabber half-seriously, I'd shit myself in the pants how scary this monstrous internet is.
but wait, isn't it illegal already to project such perverse images as soiled pants across the internets?!
indeed, given the well-known, unbreakable period of stability and friendship between the great nations (and leaders) of Pakistan and India, this would have been a no-brainer for both parties ;)
Do I need to produce ID to travel in a taxi? No.
Do I have to pay for my train ticket with a card (or produce a card to get permission to buy one)? No.
Do I have to purchase a non-anonymous Oyster Card to travel in London? No.
I *can* do these, if I wish, but that's my *choice*, it's not an obligation.
All the above will become an obligation, and rather sooner than later, believe me. Just watch how they try to put off people using cash to pay for London travel and channel them into using oyster, and then, trackable oyster (registered). Both by inflating the price of cash-funded travel and by making it difficult to use cash (for example on the bus). I have a nasty feeling it's not only because it's cheaper to process card, it's also very easy to track people, and obviously, longer term. For our own good, of course. This won't stop anyone wanting to blow themselves up in a supermarket, or cinema, or a crowded square, say, on New Year's Eve, but hey, we'll worry about this if and when.
Oh yes, the cash is on the way out. Did you see a major uproar when shops, train ticket windows and taxis stopped accepting checks? I still vaguely remember then being used in the shops in 1990s. Then - gone. Cash will go - and then, we will all be SAFE ;)
"In terms of $100m, I'd say that refers more to the valuation of the company," Musk said. "It wasn't as though there were a thousand cancellations just due to the New York Times article. There were probably a few hundred."
This is a 100% bluff. If they had cancelled orders, he would know EXACTLY, to the last one, how many they lost (and he would NOT be shy to scream about it). It's not that they sell millions of their cars, when "a few hundred" would a reasonable margin of error.
reference "pulling IT out", this appears to be a particularly nasty case of a well-sealed box, that hitachi.
Well-presented! Particularly the "competitive advantage" and "embracing the cloud". You almost got me reaching for my (virtual) wallet, sir. Not.
I think I'll say "pass" and buy one ultrabook instead, to cover both bases
nah, I'll buy just a cheapo laptop, and a cheapo tablet, that'll save me a couple of hundred quid...
actually, I already have a cheapo tablet... ok, so just a cheapo laptop!
and I have a laptop. Granted, it's ancient, like.... 4 years old or something, but it still comes with 4 Gb of RAM, and I changed the hdd to sdd last week, goes like a charm. And since I bought a Windows 7 upgrade disk a few years back (good move!), now I'm running a 64-bit version. Yes, the battery's fucked, despite careful management, so what, I still have my cheapo tablet to take with me. It's a perfect complement to my cheapo laptop, and both cover my bases, entirely, and will do, for the next few years :)))
so now they have decided that, as the story's spiraling out of control and putting their company in bad light, they should make a strategic move ("how to turn a PR disaster into a success story for the Dummies") and use it to their advantage, by offering scholarship?
no-no-no, you got it all wrong, they meant it to reward him from the start, but of course, it's just those bad, bad, bad mass-media mis-presenting the company's viewpoint.
Whatever, smart move. Unless their stand was, in fact, mis-presented and they were, in effect, forced to reward this guy (who MIGHT not be as innocent as he claims), to avoid this pr hit...
it's 100 bucks for now and 200 for the W8 pro. Will it shoot up to 200 / 300? Oh well, I guess I'll give it a pass and wait for the next one, unless they keel over in the meantime.
which has more than once decided to apply their own laws abroad, and won (but of course). The latest example being that Swiss bank a few weeks ago. That was only to protect the US tax man, and the Chinese only want to protect the purity of their vision, can't blame either, right? :(
ainol can be bought in Europe, which is that bit of land past the white cliffs of Dover ;)
and no, they don't mind the brand name there, blissfully unaware, lucky bastards.
off them labour camp inmates. And don't tell me google wouldn't do it, cause they do no evil.