124 posts • joined Friday 30th December 2011 03:37 GMT
Go directly to jail, do not pass go...
Anyone from the US want to explain to me how the keeping someone in jail for weeks or months after being found innocent works? In the UK you're legally allowed to leave and walk off any time the judge utters "not guilty" and taps his hammer.
So when is...
...AOs follow up article denying that The Sun have ever been anything but above reproach?
Is the author in denial???
"One of the more rubbishy Sunday blogs, er, newspapers did something quite dreadful. It deleted voicemails on a missing girl's phone.... Yes. But it turned out it wasn't true, they hadn't."
No, they just interfered with what became an investigation for the murder of the missing girl. By illegally listening to the voicemails, and then the subsequent automatic deletion, they gave police and more sickeningly the parents cause to believe the girl was fine, and most probably just a runaway, but lets not get some facts get in the way of your rant. If the trashy rag was so innocent and hard done to, surely it would have fought against the injust allegations, no instead it decided to keep quiet and try to close it's doors, hoping the story would go to sleep so it could get on with the job of re-opening the paper as The Sunday Sun. Only the story didnt' go away, more and more details about the illegal actions of the paper and it's owners kept coming out over the next few days, weeks, months, and still now. More and more people started getting arrested, and subsequent criminal investigations began. But dont' let all this get in the way of the point you were trying to make, actually what was the point you were trying to make?
Punch and Judy
You're almost right about me being almost right.
If I take max mosely's video, re-encode it, and stick it on the internet with no identifying marks, it won't end up being offerred up when people search for "Max Mosely Video". In all likelyhood it will never be offerred up if people search for any search terms. The video's that are being offerred up are correctly identified, and as such Google are in a position to exclude it from the listing. Google very quickly unlearns incorrectly identified data, if it didn't every link would be a youtube Rickroll.
The point I'm making is that it doesn't matter what individuals tag their videos and images as. Google follow every search and click, and they also follow people hitting the back key almost straight away, and clicking the next link in the previous search. Google know exactly when they have it right, so they can choose to exclude if they wanted.
Agree with Max Mosely
Google are constantly bragging how accurate their search is, how well they know you better than everyone else, that their search engines can follow you round as you move from one site to another, and the targetted search and ads follow you at the same time, and that their search is the most accurate at matching information with recipient. Googles heuristics know exactly what is contained in every page they index, no exceptions. They wouldn't be this accurate if they didn't. They CAN pinpoint content, and they CAN choose to link to it, or not to. morality/thin edge of wedges/ethics aside this IS physically possible. For Google to say otherwise is simply a lie. They have made billions out of identifying, categorising and quantifying as much information as is possible and available on the internet accurately.
Downvote as much as you like, Max Mosely is simply asking that Google do the opposite of what they are already doing with the information they already have on him. After a few minutes of searching, Google clearly is accurately able to link me with his "sordid affair" without exception, it never gives me anything other than the Max Mosely story. It is equally possible for them to choose not to if they wished.
... or it didn't happen!
Did you count...
... all 1 million pieces? Or did you get up to 999990 and decide there woudln't be sufficient confidential data on the remaining 10 pieces to bother checking :p
I'm sure I'm not the only one who thought....
... hang it from a noose around it's neck!
Now MS are getting into the business of assisting terrorists in their flight training!
... how this bypasses 2 factor security. Does the keylogger carry an RSA key fob around with it? Surely it only captures the typed in password, and the 2 factor one that usually expires within a minute or so?
What VM software are you running, and how many guest OSs can it host at a time.
Using Dual Screen RDP, how did you get aroudn windows either opening up smack between the pair of them (half on each screen) or even opening up spread across both fullscrees?
I was going to say the same thing.
I've always loved the fight, and the whole film's dialogue pretty much.
Inigo: I admit it, you are better than I am.
Man In Black: Then why are you smiling?
Inigo: Because I know something you don't know.
Man In Black: And what is that?
Inigo: I am not left-handed.
Man In Black: You're amazing!
Inigo: I ought to be after twenty years.
Man In Black: There is something I ought to tell you.
Inigo: Tell me.
Man In Black: I'm not left-handed either.
But can it???
Does VB allow you to drag and drop virtual machines between hosts yet by simply dragging it between servers like you could with VMWare yet. Or do you still have to go through the whole export / import routine?
How about cinemas too!!!
And the ridiculous 1.50 "booking fee" if you pay for your ticket UP-FRONT online.
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