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Imprisoned Norwegian mass murderer says PlayStation 2 is 'KILLING HIM'

Anonymous Noel Coward

I have a PlayStation 3, but I've been playing a lot of my PlayStation 2 lately.

Currently trying to do a low level challenge in Final Fantasy IX.

Old games are still the best.

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This tool demands access to YOUR ENTIRE DIGITAL LIFE. Is it from GCHQ? No - it's by IKEA

Anonymous Noel Coward
Trollface

I always knew IKEA (Information Kommunikation Elektronisk Agentur) was a name for a Swedish Governmental Agency.

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Chinese Jade RABBIT SIGHTED ON MOON by NASA probe

Anonymous Noel Coward
Alien

Re: Dilbert

Your job is to create digital pictures of uncharted star systems and deliver them to NASA every... Tuesday.

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Sky rapped over PREMATURE SEXY CONDOM ad

Anonymous Noel Coward
Facepalm

So...

* Complain about a contraception advert during normal hours...

* Then complain about teenage pregnancy rates being so high...

WAY TO GO!

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No anon pr0n for you: BT's network-level 'smut' filters will catch proxy servers too

Anonymous Noel Coward
Big Brother

Re: I'm done

I don't think the government will allow that.

After all, if you're offline, it means you're harder to monitor.

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Anonymous Noel Coward

Re: First they came for the DNS

It honestly wouldn't surprise me if it was Deep Packet Inspection.

What with all the NSA/GCHQ monitoring and all...

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Top comet-watcher pens ISON's emotional obituary

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Unhappy

So, wait...

The Guardian said it would be visible for two weeks over December, I'm guessing that's no longer true? :<

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UK.gov's web filtering mission creep: Now it plans to block 'extremist' websites

Anonymous Noel Coward
Big Brother

Vote for another party and you're an extremist!

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PS4 with Black Friday underway: TOUGH, you CAN'T HAVE ONE!

Anonymous Noel Coward
Joke

I was going to buy a PS4...

...but then I felt it would be cheaper to buy a flashing blue light instead.

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Telcos can be forced to turn copyright cop, block websites – EU law man

Anonymous Noel Coward
Big Brother

And we all know this won't stop at copyright infringement...

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Unsupervised Brit kids are meeting STRANGERS from the INTERNET

Anonymous Noel Coward

Re: I prevented my daughter accessing online porn ...

Not to mention that the plumber would do more than your typical, British plumber.

Like fix the sink.

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WAR ON PORN: UK flicks switch on 'I am a pervert' web filters

Anonymous Noel Coward
Childcatcher

Re: No need to ban porn

Pretty sure thinking of the children is illegal.

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PM writes ISPs' web filter ads for them - and it must say 'default on'

Anonymous Noel Coward
Childcatcher

No sex please, we're British.

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Brits: Give us £1m and we'll build a crack ALIEN-HUNTING TEAM

Anonymous Noel Coward
Alien

But if we don't snoop on the Universe then the aliens win!

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AT&T patents P2P content tracking system

Anonymous Noel Coward
Pirate

On the plus side, this is patented by AT&T

So since nobody else will be able to use it, just change from AT&T to a less shitty ISP!

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Voyager 1 'close' to breaking through to DEEP SPACE - boffins

Anonymous Noel Coward
Trollface

Wow...

18.5 billion miles from Earth and we can still get a picture of it from up close!

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US cops make 'first ever' Bitcoin seizure following house raid

Anonymous Noel Coward
Black Helicopters

Sure...

"Drug dealer."

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Offensive, iconoclastic internet trolls will NOT be prosecuted, says DPP

Anonymous Noel Coward
Unhappy

But, but...

Someone countered an argument of mine in a forum with a point I don't agree with, and it really hurt my feelings!

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Google donates £1m to child abuse charity ahead of Whitehall meeting

Anonymous Noel Coward
Trollface

>Internet Watch Foundation

They do a good job.

Remember the time they blocked Wikipedia to protect us from that album cover?

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Cameron: Get those saucy websites off Blighty's public Wi-Fi

Anonymous Noel Coward
Childcatcher

Checkmate!

http://www.redhotpawn.com/

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Huddled immigrant masses face 'British values' quiz

Anonymous Noel Coward
Joke

ROMANES EUNT DOMUS!

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Pope: Catholics, go forth and multiply... your Twitter followers

Anonymous Noel Coward
Coat

Do children even use Twitter?

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Mobes, web filth 'PORNIFYING' our kids, warns top Labour MP

Anonymous Noel Coward
Unhappy

Re: ...let me put on my Dianne Abbot hat...

But, but...

I hate children.

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Buying a petabyte of storage for YOURSELF? First, you'll need a fridge

Anonymous Noel Coward

I read a news article recently (forgot where) which says some boffins have just invented a 1TB flash drive...

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Debenhams cafes ban outré terms like 'espresso' and 'cappuccino'

Anonymous Noel Coward
Trollface

So...

...what're they calling Biscotti?

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APPLE: SCREW YOU, BRITS, everyone else says Samsung copied us

Anonymous Noel Coward
Gimp

Apple? Hypocrites!

And again, everyone just stole the idea from Star Trek.

http://en.memory-alpha.org/wiki/PADD

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Japan enacts two-year jail terms for illegal downloading

Anonymous Noel Coward

Oh, I have the TV version.

The whole censorship for nipples marketing tactic annoys the fuck out of me, though.

Thank goodness for AT-X some of the time.

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Anonymous Noel Coward
Pirate

Anime prices are way too expensive in Japan. Esp. since they only release two/three episodes a BD disk every two months or so. (And in rare cases, one.)

http://www.cdjapan.co.jp/search3.html?q=Hyouka&media=blu-ray&r=any&step=20&order=score

11 Volumes (22 episodes + 1 OVA) at a price of $88.66 per volume.

Would you pay nearly $1,000 for one series?

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TalkTalk Q1 sales fall as number of broadband punters declines

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Re: My 18 months is up

Since they blocked the Pirate Bay they've been doing unlimited again, so you might want to look into getting that.

But...

>2012

>antiquated 40GB download limit

>"enough for anybody"

Yeah, like a decade ago.

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Wraps come off UK super-snooper draft plans

Anonymous Noel Coward
Big Brother

Just watch. Tor and VPN wille become illegal next.

And anyone using them will be classified as a dissident or terrorist or pedophile and be arrested.

Now, where's my tinfoil hat...

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Ten... freeware gems for new PCs

Anonymous Noel Coward
WTF?

VLC? Seriously?

VLC is terrible!

I prefer MPC-HC. [ http://mpc-hc.sourceforge.net/ ]

And why no mention of uTorrent?

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Txt-speak is a sign of humanity 4 U

Anonymous Noel Coward
Boffin

WOT R U DOIN RYT NOW???

Trying not to hunt you down and beat you to death with a dictionary...

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Best and the Rest: ARM Mini PCs

Anonymous Noel Coward
Unhappy

Some of these pique my interest...

...but I watch a lot of anime, and what with the recent transition to Hi10P from h.264 by fansubbers (since they like to use new things), the whole purpose of me buying one of these is pointless since they can't handle it.

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Microsoft kills Windows Live brand

Anonymous Noel Coward

The only people who I knew on MSN were on IRC.

So that was reason enough for me to stop using it.

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Cameron hardens stance on UK web filth block

Anonymous Noel Coward

The sad thing is, it'll happen.

I base that on the fact that TPB is now blocked.

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ISPs torch UK.gov's smut-blocking master plan

Anonymous Noel Coward
Thumb Up

Also, maybe we should ban cars from the roads so those little tikes can play safetly!

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Anonymous Noel Coward
Big Brother

Call me crazy...

...but what about mandatory shock collars for children?

They so much as look at porn and *BZZZZZT*

That'll learn 'em.

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Austrian village considers a F**king name change

Anonymous Noel Coward

The only ones I know are Dildo in Newfoundland and Lolita in Texas.

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Berners-Lee: Net snoop law tosses human rights into the shredder

Anonymous Noel Coward
Big Brother

>and [could be] used, for example, to blackmail people in the government

Otherwise known as democracy.

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BT fattens fibre customer pipes for free - with a contract extension

Anonymous Noel Coward

What's the catch?

C'mon, it's BT.

There's clearly a catch.

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UK.gov to unveil reborn, renamed net-snoop plans in Queen's Speech

Anonymous Noel Coward
Big Brother

For anyone who doesn't know this, steganography is useful too.

Just write anything you need to in notepad, save it, and then zip/rar/7z the document.

Then do this:

Start -> Run -> cmd -> copy /b image_of_your_choice.jpg+text_file_name.zip C:\output.jpg

All someone needs to do now is change output.jpg to output.zip and extract the files!

This might not work for larger files though.

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Anonymous Noel Coward
Mushroom

It's high time we had a revolution.

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

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Vote now for the WORST movie EVER

Anonymous Noel Coward

Anything made after 1999.

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UK Home Secretary approves TVShack's O'Dwyer extradition

Anonymous Noel Coward
Black Helicopters

At what point can we expect the extradition of the creators of the Internet [ARPANET] to the UK?

Since, let's face it, the Internet could be used for stuff which could be useful for a terrorist. (Next target, etc.)

Or to download child pornography.

Both of which are illegal here in the UK.

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Anonymous Noel Coward
Meh

Theresa May, you are a disgrace to this country.

Please resign with immediate effect.

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Younger generation taking 'sledgehammer' to security

Anonymous Noel Coward
WTF?

The Sledgehammer, the Freight Train's natural enemy...

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Canadians revolt over draconian internet privacy bill

Anonymous Noel Coward
Childcatcher

Two can play at this game...

If you vote for Conservative, you're voting for PEDOPHILIA!

Just a friendly reminder from your friends in the <name> party!

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Ten... Valentine's Day gifts for her

Anonymous Noel Coward

My girlfriend is a character in Love Plus+ (Japanese girlfriend on the DS. Remember the news about a guy marrying one of the characters?), so she'll be giving me something on Valentine's day.

I will have to give her a gift back on White Day (March 14th) though.

She'll hit me if I don't...

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Music fans not welcome in RIAA-backed .music

Anonymous Noel Coward

Looks like it'll be easier to DDoS them now.

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