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ICANN CEO criticizes domain 'hoggers'

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What is this new 'domain investing' and how is it different from the cybersquatting?

"particularly connecting domain investors with cybersquatters"

What is the difference?

Why do we need two terms?

Is it domain investing when you do it, and cybersquatting.when someone else does it?

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'Linus Torvalds is UNFIT for the WORKPLACE!' And you've given the world what, exactly?

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How bad is Torvalds?

He's so bad that despite all the hard work other people have put into creating and enhancing Linux regular people still prefer to spend money on Windows.

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Go Canada: Now ILLEGAL to auto-update software without 'consent'

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Re: Not bad

"Uh huh... so an ISP can try to force you to install software. What if you are running Linux? Will they justify kicking you off their network because they can't install their security tools?"

You are dreaming up stuff to worry about. You're the only one suggesting people not be allowed to run Linux.

The law says ISPs can assume consent to install security software that is solely to protect the security of the network. Getting the software to work is the ISPs problem. And if their software breaks your computer then they've broken the law.

"a program that is installed by a telecommunications service provider solely to protect the security of its network from a current and identifiable threat to the availability, reliability, efficiency or optimal use of its network;

a program that is installed to update or upgrade the network by the telecommunications service provider who owns or operates the network on the computer systems that constitute all or part of the network; and"

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It requires informed consent, not just consent. See my earlier post with a lengthy quote on this.

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Re: hmmm...

What matters is whether the company has assets here that can be seized or a sales office that can be shut down.

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a download button is no longer conscent

http://www.cwilson.com/resource/newsletters/article/1143-preparing-for-canada-s-anti-spam-law-part-two-the-installation-of-computer-programs.html

"To obtain express consent, certain information must be set out clearly and simply by the person seeking consent and installing the computer program. This information includes the purpose for which the consent is being sought, information identifying the person seeking consent6, their mailing address and either a telephone number, an email address or a webpage7, and a statement that the person whose consent is sought can withdraw their consent8. Although the consent may be given orally or in writing, it must be sought separately for each act described under CASL9 – that is, consent to receive a commercial electronic message is not also consent to the installation of a computer program.

"However, for the installation of computer programs, there are two additional consent requirements that don't apply to commercial electronic messages. The first of these is that the person seeking consent must also clearly and simply describe, in general terms, the function and purpose of the computer program that is to be installed if the consent is given.10 The second of these relates to specific functions of the computer program, and is discussed below."

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Re: hmmm...

Okay, so you'd do without laws on murder, rape and child molestation.

But in this case the need for the law goes beyond for that for those clear cut crimes.

In this case many people think these white collar crimes are legal and are committing them based on that belief, despite the fact that these crimes have always been unethical and immoral.

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More details on the law are here

1. It looks like security and bug fixes are exempt, provided they don't add "features".

2. It looks like permission boxes must be de-selected by default.

http://www.cwilson.com/resource/newsletters/article/1143-preparing-for-canada-s-anti-spam-law-part-two-the-installation-of-computer-programs.html

"... Express Consent Requirements

While there are three main exceptions under which consent may be implied or is simply not required, the default position under CASL is that consent must be obtained before taking any action which would otherwise be prohibited. Because any person alleging to have obtained consent bears the evidentiary burden of proving such consent5, it is important for any company that installs computer programs to implement clear policies that provide for the proper documentation of customer consent for any computer programs that are installed. ..."

and later it says

"Exemptions

There are three exemptions to the above rules, where consent is deemed to have been obtained or is simply not required. These exemptions apply to upgrades, cookies and telecommunication service providers. ..."

And those exemptions are then defined.

"... The regulations under CASL also provide that a person is considered to expressly consent if their conduct is such that it is reasonable to believe they consent and the program is one of the following:

a program that is installed by a telecommunications service provider solely to protect the security of its network from a current and identifiable threat to the availability, reliability, efficiency or optimal use of its network;

a program that is installed to update or upgrade the network by the telecommunications service provider who owns or operates the network on the computer systems that constitute all or part of the network; and

a program that is necessary to correct a failure in the operation of the computer system or a program installed on it and is installed solely for that purpose.22"

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Re: No, you can't

We shouldn't have a law because some criminals will break the law anyways?

By your reasoning murder, rape and child molestation would be legal, because some people commit those acts despite their being laws against them.

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Re: Excellent news

Actually it affects every company with a physical presence in Canada, even if that presence is just a sales office.

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We wouldn't have any laws at all, if we used the reasoning of some.

Criminals, sure criminals will still commit crimes -- but if "some people will still break the law" was a reason to not have laws, we wouldn't have any laws at all.

Laws are what gives "bottom-line oriented" greedy people their consciences. You know the sort, they consider anything they can get away as totally acceptable.

The "high functioning" psychopaths and sociopaths whose disregard for ethics and morality brings them to the leadership of many companies, they care about laws and jail because laws and jail can reduce their personal enjoyment of life.

And of course fines reduce profits which reduces their personal enjoyment of life too.

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This affects foreign companies with an office in Canada.

So it actually does affect companies that Google and Yahoo that have offices here to sell advertising. It affects what they can do to Canadian residents.

(And of course it affects companies that EA, AMD, Corel, Microsoft, IBM that do major development work here.)

For foreign-based companies with no Canadian presence: If the company committed serious damage to computers by what it was doing, any officer of that company visiting Canada could be arrested. However I don't think extradition would work because extradition *usually* (not always) is only for acts defined as crimes in both countries.

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Re: So...does this mean

Yahoo does business in Canada -- they have people here who sell advertising.

You know how so many companies get stuck obeying US law because they do business in the USA, accept our laws or don't do business here.

That's how it works other countries too.

This won't affect companies with little or no presence in Canada.

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Sony hack was good news for INSURERS and INVESTORS

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I feel sorry for you if your world is like Sony's and you act the way Sony executives do.

Most of the rest of us find Sony executive behaviour extraordinaryly strange, outrageous and appalling.

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Too smart for those outside the only demographic advertisers care about

Firefly was cancelled because it was too smart for those outside the highly prized 12 to 21 year-old female demographic -- almost the only demographic TV advertisers care about.

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Put two things together and you see Amy Pascal was the employer

"If Amy Pascal loses her job heading Sony Pictures Entertainment, her credibility fatally damaged by an unending stream of private moments made public, who is liable? Pascal surely believed Sony would take appropriate precautions regarding her private business correspondence. If the theft and publication of that correspondence renders her unemployable, wouldn’t Pascal have grounds for a massive lawsuit against her former employer?"

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"Sony Pictures Entertainment co-chairs Amy Pascal and Michael Lynton".

Amy Pascal was the employer, together with Lynton. The lack of security on her watch was her responsibility.

That said, she's got big bucks, she's an executive, so I'm sure she'll get a lovely golden goodbye despite the problem being her own negligence in failing to properly set corporate policy.

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What do UK and Iran have in common? Both want to outlaw encrypted apps

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Politicians will come into power completely at the mercy of the police and secret police.

The percentage of the peaceful population being spied upon, no matter which government is in power when it is increased, will end democracy.

The reason it will end democracy is that it will cause intelligence agencies to have huge banks of information on the childhood and teenage years of future politicians.

Future politicians will come into power completely at the mercy of the police and secret police, completely under the thumb of police and secret police.

Judging by how government politicians in the USA, UK and Canada act towards intelligence agencies and police, we may already be there and just the rest of us don't realize it yet.

Spying on the peaceful public is an issue on the totalitarian/libertarian political axis.

Spying is on the peaceful public is not a left-wing/right-wing issue. Stalinist, Maoist and Marxist Communists do it. Nationalist socialists did it. Absolute monarchies do it.

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Saudi Arabia to flog man 1,000 times for insulting religion on Facebook

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Re: Don't bet on it

Okay then, sort of like Texas and 99 year sentences.

The actual prison rules of Texas state any sentence longer than 30 years is interpreted as a 30 year sentence. It then goes on to explain how one day can earn two or even three days towards a sentence based on prisoner behaviour.

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Re: Religion of Peace? Protestants and Catholics

"There's two major sects and they are basically violently opposed to each other and regard each other as heretics."

How can any one say that makes Islam different from Christianity?

Individual preachers who can make their own interpretations? Islam and protestantism.

Go back a couple of hundred years and you'll see Islam is Mickey Mouse compared to Christianity.

And Christianity could return to evil at any time in the future, and probably will, because the bad stuff in Islam is all in Christianity, it is all teachings of Abraham, all still in the Christian Bible, and none of it has been declared apocryphal by any Christian preacher.

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Re: Religion of Peace?

Go read your Christian bible.

All the bad parts of Islam are in there -- just most Christians currently ignore them for the moment.

No rights for women. Slavery. Genocide.

It is all in the Christian bible, mostly in the Old Testament -- a set of books that has never been expunged from the Christian bible in case it's later needed.

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Why are our sons fighting to defend a country that evangelizes terrorism?

Saudi Arabia -- birth place of Wahhabi and Salfism -- the Islamic sect of terrorists.

Wahhabi is Saudi Arabia's official version of Islam.

And yet we're at war with countries like Iran and Iraq -- countries that have been attacked and defend against Wahhabis and Salfists.

Why are we defending a country that sends people out to preach that attacking the west is the easy way to get into heaven?

Why are our sons fighting to defend a country that evangelizes terrorism?

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The dental student fiasco is an illustration of why the term "feminazi" strikes such a tender nerve

Canada's dental student fiasco is an illustration of why the term "feminazi" strikes such a tender nerve among female extremists -- it is so darn accurate.

As if female dental students don't gossip to one another about their dates and their dates sexual abilities -- male sexual performance is not an uncommon topic among anglophone female Canadians despite it being a betrayal of a confidence.

The misandry of the Canadian legal system ought to be a major issue, but we pretend it doesn't exist.

However misandry is not religious zealotry, its a form of sexism. We in Canada can say what we want about Christianity.

Judeaism and Islam -- we're less free to talk, but still no 1000 lashes. You might loose your job, but there will be no days in jail either.

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Canada is not like that. I live here and knock religion all the time. No jail for me yet.

Canada is not like that. I live here and knock religion all the time. No jail for me yet.

And books by prominent atheists are readily available. I've got a few by Dawkins and Hitchens myself, from bookstore.

You can even borrow them from public libraries.

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A right is something that is inherently deserved.

A privilege is something given that is not inherently deserved.

Barbaric regimes deny rights and claim they are privileges.

If shutting up to stay safe was the right thing to do the UK would still be in the dark ages like Saudi Arabia.

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Re: To paraphrase the villan from Speed.

Protecting the Wahhabists and Salfists in Saudi Arabia is what the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan were/are all about.

Our troops, our sons, fight and die to protect Saudi Arabia and its domestic and exported religious extremism.

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His bombing killed 168 people and injured more than 680 others.

Agreed.

And people should not forget the USA's greatest recent Christian terrorist, Timothy McVeigh.

His bombing killed 168 people and injured more than 680 others.

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I'll let the Islamic fanatics in on a little secret we've been keeping from them ...

I have spent so much time sticking up for Islamics, pointing out that Christianity and Buddhism also have terrorists.

Pointing out that terrorism by Christians is actually not uncommon -- we just don't call it that.

Think JFK, MLK and RK. Think IRA. Think ETA. And so on.

And then these Islamic extremists come along and blow my entire defense of regular Islamic people completely out of the water.

Now for the little secret we've been keeping from Islamic fanatics ...

This emoticon :)

That emoticon is actually a secret picture of The Prophet Mohammed.

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Je suis maintenant Charlie. Je suis Charlie !

You have changed the world. I can no longer argue for tolerance.

It makes me sick to my stomach to admit it, but sadly I must: It is now clear religious people no longer belong in advanced countries.

I look at the USA now and Germany in the 1930s and Christianity.

I look at Buddhism in Japan in the 1930s.

I look at Hinduism in India now.

It isn't just Islam, but Islam is currently the worst.

I feel religion no longer has a place in western countries -- no religion.

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Police radios will be KILLED soon – yet no one dares say 'Huawei'

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Re: Trolleyism

One root-word, two different meanings.

Its not an uncommon phenomenon in English.

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Lose the full value of its investment or launch a PR campaign

"Airwave doesn’t have much room to move as Macquarie ultimately has shareholders to service."

Uh hun, so Airwave has to charge a lot to keep Macquarie shareholders happy.

And how happy will those Macquarie shareholders be when their purchase looses all its value due to being priced out of the market?

Of course Macquarie does have an alternative: Have Airwave launch a PR campaign explaining/claiming there is no viable alternative.

APs taking seconds to load?

On specialist devices APs would take as long to load as they're designed to.

Powerfailures affecting 4G in other parts of the world?

Other parts of the world have learned from this and have upgraded UPS requirements and physical durability requirements for transceivers and towers.

And then the emergency comms are available for everyone with an emergency, not just government employees.

iPhones falling apart minutes after you hand them to a copper?

Contruction industry has the same issue.

If the stock models aren't rugged enough you can ruggedized anything to proper military standards.

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Get your special 'sound-optimising' storage here, hipsters

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Smoother ones and rounder Ohs, with high precision spacing in between !

Smoother ones and rounder Ohs, with high precision spacing in between !

Your audio NAS with special precision features to keep the 1s perfectly aligned and to filter any noise that gets inside the 0s.

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UK.gov prompt payment promise is POPPYCOCK - NAO

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How many layers of intermediaries on average between contracting company and company doing the work?

"The NAO noted, however, that most large government suppliers are already 'supplied by several tiers of smaller subcontractors.'"

Does this mean several layers of intermediaries (middlemen) skimming the profits off before the money gets to the contractors actually doing the work?

Is it layers of sales companies chopping one huge contract up into progressively smaller contracts, before getting to the point where the contracts are small enough for companies with the technical expertise to actually do the work?

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Intel offers big bucks for black women

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That is it, Intel, take away the motivation for most of your existing workforce.

Answer me this: Why take the risk of making significant suggestions or working unpaid overtime if you cannot get promoted?

If you can't get promoted why not just work like an stereotypical "coolie" from the days of Empire:

Keep your head down,

Don't ask questions,

Do exactly what you're told,

Don't make innovative suggestions, and

Hate your employer.

If you can't benefit from making waves why take the risk in making them?

People outside of "statutory preference groups" can't fully benefit from their innovative suggestions to employers any more than they could in the days of the British Empire when the colours were swapped around and white and male was the "fashionable shade and gender to be".

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Pretty soon every racial and gender group will have an aversion to working for Intel

Pretty soon every racial and gender group will have an aversion to working for Intel.

You've got the groups who don't want to work for Intel because of their cultural preferences, how they were socialized growing up, cultural heroes, etc.

And you're going to get additional groups who don't want to work for Intel because now they'll be discriminated against.

Sure they'll attract more black women, or more women in general.

But will attracting 50% more black women and 20% more women in general make up for a 20% drop job seekers from Asian male and white male backgrounds?

And it is the Asian, both Chinese and Indian, who are hit hardest (even harder than us white men) by this kind of racial discrimination, because they like these kinds of jobs and their culture steers them towards.

We have been having this in Canada for decades, where our quiet obedient natural character lead us to take affirmative action (what we call "Employment Equity") seriously.

We don't have "quotas" because quotas would be unfair.

Instead we have "targets", changing the name makes it fair somehow.

Now don't get me wrong. If you're not in Southern Ontario or BC, if you're in an area where people are less ambitious and there are few HQs, you won't see this. You need to be where the big head offices are, in and around Toronto, and then you'll see this plenty.

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Why, hello there, Foxy... BYE GOOGLE! Mozilla's browser is a video star

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I find FF fast enough, and much faster than manually doing things in IE in Chrome.

Every year or two I try out Internet Explorer and Google Chrome. Twice I've tried out Opera.

I need some of the extras FF has.

Comparing IE and Google Chrome add-ons to FF is like comparing Windows Phone add-ons to iPhone add-ons.

Except IE and Google Chrome aren't less expensive.

I find FF fast enough, and much faster than manually doing things in IE in Chrome.

Mozilla's Thunderbird on the other hand is really really slow.

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Yahoo does not give a darn about reliability or customer service.

Yahoo wants to be the default Firefox search engine.

Judging by how slow it is to fix bugs in its IM product and how many popular Yahoo services Yahoo has dropped without consultation, I don't think Yahoo gives a darn about reliability or customer service.

Why would I use them as my search engine?

First thing I did when I upgraded Firefox was to switch back to good old reliable Google.

Google is motivated by profits, but unlike Yahoo, Google knows that to make profits you have to care about customers and support them.

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Pervert's Guide man's new book, an urban myths tome and Youth, an underrated gem

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It doesn't require much genius to know it is far easier to provide criticism when

Žižek has been quoted as saying that his work is to engage in critique, rather than to answer questions or provide theories.

It doesn't require much genius to know it is far easier to provide criticism when it isn't constructive criticism.

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Leaked screenshots show next Windows kernel to be a perfect 10

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9 skipped to avoid confusion with 9X and 9*

Probably true. And not just maintenance teams but software too.

People sure love to form into packs and attack random things for silly reasons don't they.

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If you want major security improvements, you want incompatibility

In your shop, when you upgrade security by changing the code in a program that has a version number, do you not increment the version number?

Most of MS's recent versions, security is what they're about. You change the release and version numbers as you make coding security updates.

And this is especially important for major security updates because major security updates almost always introduce some degree of incompatibility with poorly written programs.

Many poorly written programs, and even some well written programs, depend on OS features that violate security.

It isn't just OS X, Windows, Linux, Apache, etc. that have this issue. The internet architecture itself is incompatible with security and to become anywhere near secure against non-state actors would require such massive architectural changes that the new protocols and new code (including most firmware and software) would be incompatible with the old.

And for those others in sales and manufacturing, the ones who want the OS to have some wild new feature to sell their products:

1. An OS isn't supposed to sell products.

2. An OS is supposed to run the products that do the selling.

Desktops, lap tops, smart phones, tablets, their sales are not in the doldrums because of Windows.

Their sales are in the doldrums because of the lack of new hardware that can do something useful that the old hardware can't.

Blame Windows 7? If there was something that for most people and most companies was better that is what people would be running. I mean, Windows is cheap for OEMs, but Linux is free.

The only reason Linux hasn't wiped out Windows is it isn't as good for most customers.

And OS X, why don't governments and banks all run it? Because it is less secure against custom targeted attacks than Windows 7.

The thing that is wrong with Windows and MS isn't so much the products (although no software is perfect), it is the marketing, the PR and the management of expectations.

In those 3 things MS lags far far far behind Apple and even Linux.

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I'm happy when MS starts to follow industry standards.

Is it shady?

Or is MS simply now doing what the rest of us do every day at work?

I mean, when you change the code of a program's that has a version number, don't you increment the version number every single time?

Wouldn't you be sacked if you broke this rule?

MS broke the rule because lazy incompetent outside programmers used version number to determine compatibility. They did this for 10 years.

If you're happy revolving your world around lazy incompetent programmers you should run Linux. According to Linus that what many of his contributors are.

As for me, I'm happy when MS starts to follow industry standards.

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Re: Meh

I do not want to spend several hours changing settings in order to stop the OS and the web browser and the media player and umpteen other bits of software from phoning home first opportunity they get and henceforth ever after.

If you don't like OS X and Windows there is always Linux.

Then you can do the phoning home for them to get updated drivers, etc.

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Maybe MS should do what Apple does and keep its OS's secret from the press until they're ready

Maybe MS should do what Apple does and keep its OS's secret from the press until they're ready for prime time.

The press just never seems to tire of its amazement that a pre-beta not even aurora release of something is not a finished product.

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Windows Phone will snatch biz No 2 spot from Android – analyst

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Re: “As corporates buy apps and devices ...

Who says Microsoft won't play their usual games

Adding features only available on their own devices is hardly a uniquely Microsoft game.

It is generally the name of the game and everyone does it, especially Apple.

Microsoft does it less than almost any other company. And the evidence for this is that, as noted, Microsoft has made so much of its software available to run on iOS, Android and OS X.

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Let's face it, corporations aren't going to keep buying phones based on glitz

Let's face it, corporations aren't going to keep buying phones based on status, snob appeal and "the unpackaging experience".

Corporations don't buy $300 Beats Headphones when there are equivalent quality headphones available for $75 and vastly superior headphones available for $300.

Companies want stuff that works, is cost effective and has a shallow learning curve.

If Windows Phone or Android Phone can deliver that Apple will be sunk.

And then as the article says, Windows Phone potentially has an additional edge in better integration with office PC equipment.

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FORGET the CLIMATE: FATTIES are a MUCH BIGGER problem - study

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"data journalism" How about "statistically inspired journalism" ...

You're looking for a better term than "data journalism".

How about "statistically inspired journalism" or "statistical journalism"?

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How short the memories of main stream journalists are, they've forgotten already.

The sad fact is that the few peer reviewed studies show that the optimum weight for middle-aged and older adults is an "overweight BMI", that "normal BMI" is as bad for life expectancy as a "Grade I Obesity BMI" and that being underweight is as bad as having a "Grade II Obesity BMI".

Much of the mainstream press even covered these Australian studies (done on regular Australians, not famine victims).

But how short the memories of main stream journalists are, they've forgotten already.

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Beware Brit cops bearing battering rams. Four nabbed over Trojan claims

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Re: Small beer in the grand scheme of things

But if a bank loses all your details to some hackers then it gets a small fine and nobody gets to kick any doors in

Yes but police could show up at the bank's various IT offices with armed police to scare the nerds and then the detectives could take every box of paper and every computer on the floor.

It is probably even more fun than kicking doors in.

But that isn't how things are done in the UK.

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Re: Small beer in the grand scheme of things

"Hence, In the grand scheme of things, this isn't news."

What would it take for this to be news in your opinion? Would they have to stage one grand arrest in which they booked everyone one of the criminals you describe?

Law enforcement and the judicial system generally work one criminal at a time.

We don't go in for show trials and mass arrests in this country.

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Good work officers, keep it up.

It is good to see police going after cyber crime and it is good to see them succeeding.

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First Congress, now top govt watchdog digs into ICANN's internet grab

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US Republicans supporting big government and socialism ... again

US Republicans supporting big government and socialism ... again.

Not that US Democrats are any better.

They're both for US hegemony over the world and all for massive US hypocrisy "US exceptionalism".

They're both for welfare, provided it is corporate welfare for huge corporations or mid-sized corporations located in their own district.

They're both for extravagant civil service wages, provided the civil servants being extravagantly overpaid are in the military, as opposed to the engineers, clerks and teachers serving and safeguarding the public without killing foreigners.

And they're both engaged in a "War on the Middle Class".

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'How a censorious and moralistic blogger ruined my evening'

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There are jokes sys admins tell another sys admin in private.

Same with police officers and medical doctors.

And then there are subtle "joking threats" you say out loud in amongst a large group of people from other industries.

Uber was probably correct in his assumption that there are lots of national figures whose personal lives would have been trashed if they were congressmen but who escaped examination because they were journalists.

But he made a mistake when he tried to use this to intimidate a straight-up journalist into silence.

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