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Yet more NSA officials whisper of an internal revolt over US spying. And yet it still goes on

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Who needs a new 'law' when it's already written into the US CONSTITUTION?!

"...the US Senate killed off a proposed law that would have restricted some of the NSA's intelligence gathering on Americans"

This was a total BS congressional manoeuvre that is entirely irrelevant. Here's why:

The Fourth Amendment to the US Constitution:

"The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized."

IOW: All Congress did was admit that they're constitutional ILLITERATES. The NSA's broad collection of US citizen data within the USA is unconstitutional. What the US Congress is supposed to do in response is SHUT DOWN the NSA's unconstitutional behavior. That requires NO new law.

Worthless US Congress, Red or Blue.

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'Chinese hackers' pop US weather bureau, flatten forecast feeds

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Yeah but, this is a RE-hacking

After 9 years of every US federal Windows box exposed to the Internet being hacked by the Chinese, the feds finally admitted what had happened in 2007. This is NOT the first time NOAA has been hacked. I doubt it will be the last. #MyStupidGovernment in action.

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FCC to Obama on net neutrality: We work for CONGRESS, SIR, not YOU

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Obama: I screwed over the FCC with Thomas Wheeler, I screwed over We The People

... But when I talk about it in pubic, I'm all for We The People.

> > > >Echoing Hypocrisy< < < <

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TPP takes another tiny step forward

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TPP is Customer Abuse On A Global Scale

YES media oligarchy. You HATE your customers. We noticed. You treat us as DEFAULT CRIMINALS.

So you need a global treaty to remind us? I don't think so.

To hell with TPP in entirety.

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Ex-NSA lawyer warns Google, Apple: IMPENETRABLE RIM ruined BlackBerry

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SHUT UP And Deal With The US Constitution!

The Fourth Amendment To The US Constitution

"The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized."

Traitorous surveillance zealots are now a dime a dozen. Cheap fools.

"They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety." - Benjamin Franklin, Historical Review of Pennsylvania, 1759

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Hide your Macs, iPhones and iPads: WireLurker nasty 'heralds new era'

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Apple Kicks Butt...

Setting aside all the searing 'PAIN'...

Apple kicked this malware in the bunghole in a HURRAY, yeah! After Palo Alto Networks had announced their discovery, Apple's turnaround time to block the malware was < 24 hours.

BTW: Palo Alto Networks' free WireLurker Detector is available at the link below. It runs in the Terminal.

https://github.com/PaloAltoNetworks-BD/WireLurkerDetector

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Former Apple chief John Sculley says Steve Jobs 'never forgave him'

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...Yeah, but Steve Jobs Learned An Important Lesson

Q: Did Steve Jobs every forgive HIMSELF for hiring John Sculley?

A: If Jobs never forgave Sculley, then apparently NO.

The lesson:

Never, ever let marketing executives (aka John Sculleys) run your company if you want your company to be CREATIVE. Marketing-As-Management is death to any company that ever hopes to create anything new ever again. - Witness Kodak. - Witness Sony at this very moment.

What's the problem? Relational personalities (aka marketing folks) never tolerate Productive personalities. They'd rather kill them than suffer them to live. If you're bent on invention, innovation and bulldozing positive change at your company, the Marketing executives have a target on your back. It's one of the saddest and most discordant songs in history.

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Apple OSX Yosemite infested by nasty 'Rootpipe' vuln

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Is this just a rootkit that requires direct computer access? Can I yawn yet?

Is this FUD or fact? Or is it merely a publicity stunt? Clearly, for now, this is FUD. Thanks for making us paranoid for potentially two months. :-P

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Microsoft to enter the STRUGGLE of the HUMAN WRIST

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ExCeLLeNt!

A new way for Microsoft to throw away their fortune. The sooner they're bankrupt, the sooner we can end The Dark Age of Computing.

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US Senate's net neutrality warrior to Comcast: Remind us how much you hate web fast lanes

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Thank you Senator Leahy, but...

... I'd rather see Comcast put out of business and broken up into smaller pieces, sold off to younger, hungrier, sane businesses that know how to treat their customers with respect. There is such a thing is too abusive to not FAIL. I'm all for We The People throwing such companies out of business for the sake of the betterment of every citizen. Comcast isn't a capitalist company. They're a parasite biznizz.

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Ex-US Navy fighter pilot MIT prof: Drones beat humans - I should know

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Much as I appreciate using drones for recognizance...

... It is a terrible precedent to set for the future using drones as a coward's murder machine. Separate the human from the battle by way of machine and all humanity is gone from the debacle. It's cold, heartless, cowardly murder. When the soldier has nothing at stake, isn't in danger themselves, just sits back and has the machine do it, they are lost to humanity. This is sick stuff.

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Symantec's already virtually split, says letter to suppliers

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Symantec: Please Virtually Go Bankrupt and Virtually Disappear Forever

I'm sick of the endless Symantec bad attitude toward everyone but itself. I'm sick of people being burned by their shoddy (IMHO) software and abusive, desperate marketing strategies. They've engulfed and eradicated or ruined countless superior competitor products, denigrating the computer community with their anti-competitive behavior. Just end it all Symantec and put us out of your misery. (IMHO of course).

Give it up and let someone better than you fill in the niche.

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WikiLeaks reveals new draft of Trans-Pacific Partnership

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TPP: The People are Peasants

I'm sick to death of this Corporate Oligarchy BS, attempting to RULE THE WORLD (bwahahaha!) via their self-destructive, 'WE HATE OUR CUSTOMERS' legal garbage being shoved down the throats of citizen's governments around the planet.

This is nothing more than ACTA, CISPA, SOPA, PIPA customer abuse on a PLANETARY SCALE.

To hell with ANY company that backs this horrific, ABUSIVE world treaty. Expect the usual, reflexive retribution from We The People for your crimes against us.

TPP: Trash Put Plainly.

We The People RULE.

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ONE MILLION people already running Windows 10

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What A Comment About Windows 9...

... Which literally NO ONE is running. ;-) (o_0)

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Don't bother telling people if you lose their data, say Euro bods

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Today's Adjective List:

Lazy

Technologically illiterate

Stupid

Abusive

Owned by the Corporate Oligarchy

Hating the citizens

Moronic

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Apple's iPhone bonk to 'Pay' app launches on Monday

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No 'Bonk' Required. Security Required!

As opposed to the ridiculous, antiquated mag stripe AND chip & PIN systems that betrays user data IN THE CLEAR, it's a whole new approach, one that protects customers for a change. Imagine that!

Thank you Apple!

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Prez Obama backs net neutrality – but can't do anything about it. Thanks, Obama

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Re: Let the White House Shoggoth stroke its Nobel Peace Prize in peace!

I entirely agree about the shoveling, the puppetry, the having been bought and sold, the hypocrisy.

But I constantly laugh and laugh at the stories of the constantly vacationing and golfing Obama. Why? Because rotten old George W. Bush was easily just as absent, off playing at this and that rather than doing his job. The Republicans have NOTHING better to add to this mess of worthless, owned, citizen despising politicians. Both parties are equally rotted to the core and require demolition. It's the bizinizziz that wreck, ruin and run the show.

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Assign an Anti-Net Neutrality FCC Chairman, Then Cheer Net Neutrality!

The strong stench of hypocrisy is in the air.

Thomas Wheeler, Obama's FCC chairman, was a chief lobbyist for the companies that want to destroy Net Neutrality. We know what's coming...

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Microsoft confirms Surface NOT DEAD YET, next-gen version coming

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ExCeLLeNt! Our little plan is working.

Spend Microsoft! spend Spend SPEND!!!

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SPLITTERS! Symantec cleft in twain

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How about Symantec simply split from the computer business entirely...

... And put us all out of its misery. Why anyone bothers with their stuff, I cannot fathom.

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Nvidia's screaming new Maxwell GPUs bring 4K gaming to notebooks

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So anyone cares about 4K gaming Because WHY?!

4K televisions are themselves a ridiculous concept, unless you're stinking rich and project movies onto an over-large screen for your multitude of party guests.

4K and 8K are specifically PROFESSIONAL resolutions used for making projected movies. That's it. That's what they're for. No consumer should care a rat's about 4K, ever.

Why anyone would want to bother with the massive bandwidth overhead of 4K on any kind of home device is beyond comprehension. You've been MARKETED INTO STUPIDITY if you're bothering with 4K outside of professional uses.

∑ = If you can see the added pixels, you're beyond your needs.

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Countless Belkin routers go TITSUP in massive mystery meltdown

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Was this a Bash bug attack on Belkin routers?

Probably not. But we're going to be hearing a lot about PWNed routers in the very near future because they're susceptible to the Bash bugs and haven't been patched.

It's time we had a public list of susceptible routers and users yelling at their manufactures as to why there isn't already a firmware update out to kill the Bash bugs.

In the meantime: Go into the settings for your router and turn OFF logging into the router from the Internet, unless of course you require that feature. That single setting change may save your router while we wait for the complete solution to the Bash bug mess.

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Behind the Facebook DRAG QUEEN CRACKDOWN: 'Anonymity soon!'

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No Anonymous Cowards EVER

It's time to be brave, dear world, and lose the anonymity. Speak up and be brave about being YOU.

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PEAK APPLE: iOS 8 SHUNNED by refusenik fanbois

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WTF?

Here's Why:

The outrageously bungles iOS 8.0.1 update that DAMAGED iPhone functionality, a thoroughly unforgivable blunder. It was pure 'Version 1.0 Effect' gone mad. Then 8.0.2 came out to grumbles.

So what cures 'Version 1.0 Effect'? Version 1.1. I entirely expect and adoption of iOS 8 to go back on the rampage once iOS 8.1 is released, after Apple boots out the morons who allowed 8.0.1 to happen. And Apple will.

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Adobe spies on readers: 'EVERY page you turn, EVERY book you own' leaked back to base

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Adobe, I know you don't like people saying this, but...

...These days you're not just bumbling and incompetent. You're plain old EVIL and your software is DANGEROUS. Your company seriously requires an executive staff enema. I'm not being funny.

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Microsoft WINDOWS 10: Seven ATE Nine. Or Eight did really

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Microsoft's Brain Fell Out

7 8 9?

What did 0 say to 8?

Nice belt!

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Apple finally patches Bash Shellshock vuln that WAS NOT A WORRY, OK?

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"FINALLY!" <-Snarled 5 Year Old. Some more objective information:

Setting aside the childish headline...

There are currently 6 known and listed Bash CVEs. That number will probably increase tomorrow. (CVE stands for Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures. Each CVE describes a specific security flaw found in public software). The APPLE-SA-2014-09-29-1 OS X bash Update 1.0 patched TWO of those six. Three further CVEs have been provided with descriptions at NIST (the USA National Institute of Standards and Technology), indicating that patches have been coded and are forthcoming. One CVE remains undescribed and unlisted at NIST, indicating that no patch has as yet been coded.

I'll be keeping track of the Bash CVEs and Apple's patchfest at my Mac-Security blog. I promise not to be TOO childish. (o_O)

http://mac-security.blogspot.com/2014/09/coverage-of-apples-bash-shellshock-bugs.html

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Jesus phone RAISED from DEAD. Watch iPhone 6 get BURNED, DROWNED, SMASHED

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Go on, fandroids, you're allowed to cry

Here, have a hanky. (;_;)

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Sony says year's losses will be FOUR TIMES DEEPER than thought

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The Horror Of Marketing-As-Management

Dear Sony,

A free clue: FIRE the marketing guy CEO ruining your company ASAP. Never, ever put a marketing executive in charge of your company again.

Dear Rest Of The World,

Watch what's happening to Sony right now. This proves once again that growing, thriving organizations require entrepreneurial leaders. If you want to kill your organization, by all means put a marketing executive in charge.

My credentials? I worked at Eastman Kodak while Marketing-As-Management destroyed the company. This problem has been proven to be universal in business throughout history. Here's the lesson. Learn.

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PLEASE STOP with the snooping requests, begs Google as gov data demands skyrocket

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In the USA, quote the Fourth Amendment then DEMAND a warrant first

He also sprinkled his blog post with a heavy-on-the-salt bit of lobbying by calling on Congress to update the Electronic Communications Privacy Act to clarify that search warrants must be obtained before a service provider's user data is sifted through by spooks.

If requested user data is relevant to US citizens within the USA, then the Fourth Amendment to the US Constitution holds. It REQUIRES a search warrant. No exceptions. Even the 'it's only metadata' rubbish is no excuse for no warrant. Take the issue to court, if the spooks insist upon traitorous behavior!

The only way US citizens on US soil can have their data slurped would be if data is legally collected from someone outside the USA with whom they've communicated. In that case, the spooks would NOT be asking for data from the US citizen, only gathering data relevant to the person outside the USA.

I'm sick of We The People in the USA being treated as idiots regarding our own Constitution by treasonous US spooks and their overlords.

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Huawei: There'll be BLOOD spilled in the smartphone sector soon

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Would Huawei exist without being propped up by the Chinese government?

Doubt it. That's not capitalism. So stop pretending you're 'competing' Huawei.

Hand puppet.

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Bonking with Apple has POUNDED mobe operators' wallets

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Pay iOS Devices Don't 'Bonk'

Unlike the dopey first generation RFC cards, there's no 'bonking' with Pay iOS Devices. You put the device in proximity to the RF field and push a button on the device. All done. On the iPhone you push the fingerprint sensor. On the Watch, if you've entered your PIN, you press on the watch face.

It will be a happy day when the cruddy, insecure first generation of RFC chips is dead and gone.

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The Apple Watch and CROTCH RUBBING. How are they related?

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This article was published because WHY?

Moving along to something worth reading...

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Not appy with your Chromebook? Well now it can run Android apps

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Does this mean Chromebooks can run Android malware as well?

What OS is currently the biggest malware magnet available for computing devices?

Android.

http://www.kaspersky.com/about/news/virus/2013/99_of_all_mobile_threats_target_Android_devices

Well done Google. :-P

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FAIL.GOV – Government asks Dropbox for accounts that don't exist

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The Good Stuff Is Encrypted, So Bite Me Surveillance State

I hope the NSA has a nice snooze over the boring research and documentation stuff I store at sycophantic DropBox. The good stuff is encrypted with only my memory knowing the key. Fork over a REAL warrant, then I'll let you take a look. Until then, it's Fourth Amendment time, NSA and Surveillance State pals!

Oh and bring along some coffee for reading through my encrypted stuff as well. Totally dull and innocuous, reading and analytical processing time that's a total waste of tax payer's money, like most of the crud you traitors unconstitutionally rip from We The People.

#MyStupidGovernment in self-destruct mode. (o_O)

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Everyone taking part in Patch Tuesday step forward. NOT SO FAST, Adobe!

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Good For Adobe Pushing Back The Update. Bad for Adobe, Microsoft...

The only sane, responsible and professional method of updating insecure software is ASAP UPDATING. That's what I call it. This concept of 'Second Tuesday' updating, or any set schedule of updating is 100% ridiculous and indefensible. I've heard outrageous defense of scheduled updating from outrageous people. They're consistently faulty in their bent out of shape assertions.

That Adobe delayed the Acrobat & Reader updates is excellent. Release them when they're ready. But also keep in mind that holding back security updates is plain old insane.

Please chatter away attempting to defend the sacred Tuesdays, but I'll just be laughing in response.

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15 MEEELLION malware-infested mobiles worldwide – report

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Re: Hey, Kevin McNamee, you claim:

"Network based anti-virus embedded on an operator’s network cannot be disabled by cybercriminals, is always on and up to date.”

The most famous case of this being totally wrong is that Target POS malware catastrophe of December 2013. The network anti-malware [the correct term, not 'anti-virus'] was in place, working, and found the infecting malware on two occasions. But human behavior within the corporation dictated doing nothing about it. Thus were 110 million customer accounts stolen. Big deal if you have the anti-malware installed and up-to-date. You have to RESPOND.

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Verizon hit with $7.4 MEEELLION fine for slurping users' privates

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Verizon is making damned sure everyone knows they hate their customers

A few recent Verizon headlines:

"How Verizon lets its copper network decay to force phone customers onto fiber"

"Verizon caught throttling Netflix traffic even after its pays for more bandwidth"

"Verizon led massive astroturf campaign to end NJ broadband obligation"

"Verizon will miss deadline to wire all of New York City with FiOS"

"Verizon: We throttle unlimited data to provide an “incentive to limit usage""

Why are you in business Verizon? If you hate your customers so much, sell yourself off to smaller, hungrier companies who are EAGER to treat their customers with the RESPECT they deserve.

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Too slow with that iPhone refresh, Apple: Android is GOBBLING up US mobile market

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Seeing as Android is a (1) malware magnet (2) blatant iOS ripoff (3) fragmented mess…

I feel only pity for those who go the route of Android. We each are given choice as our great gift in life. If we squander our choices, we have only ourselves to blame.

This is one bad choice that anyone can change.

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Kaspersky backpedals on 'done nothing wrong, nothing to fear' blather

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Thank you Kaspersky for withdrawing STUNNING stupidity.

'Done nothing wrong, nothing to fear' is classic disrespect for human rights, found in every totalitarian and repressive regime. I've had to post this quote quite a lot over the last few years, including pre-Snowden:

"They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety." - Benjamin Franklin, Historical Review of Pennsylvania, 1759.

Bravo!

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Google's 'Captain Moonshot': I will BOMB you with DELIVERIES

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Prizes From Heaven!

What weapon will YOU use to shoot down a drone and win a prize?

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China building SUPERSONIC SUBMARINE that travels in a BUBBLE

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And of course: To hell with the ocean environment

This is just more irresponsible clown science that takes NO responsibility for its consequences. We're going to hear a lot about bozo science in the coming years. This example of Short Term Thinking, Long Term Disaster has to be an historical marker for a clear beginning of The Era Of Bad Science, what I also call The Age Of Trivia.

Or to put it another way: We have issues of human and planetary survival at hand. So let's ruin the oceans some more, yahoo. Gawd, we can be stupid, we self-named Homo sapiens sapiens.

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All those new '5G standards'? Here's the science they rely on

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So where's REAL 4G already? Nowhere.

Thanks to Marketing-Speak, high end 3G (LTE) is called '4G' to the public's face. Meanwhile, referring to the REAL 4G standard, I'm unaware of anywhere in the WORLD offering actual 4G. Once we have what's formally called LTE Advanced, we'll have real 4G.

Meanwhile, I've been seeing ridiculous references to '4.5G', which of course also doesn't exist IRL. And now we have a proposed 5G standard. Excellent! But first we have to get the Cheap, Lazy, Stupid mobile phone service providers to upgrade to REAL 4G. So what's the hold up?!

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So, Apple won't sell cheap kit? Prepare the iOS garden wall WRECKING BALL

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Who Innovates In The Cell Phone Business?

Just Apple. Others follow, with cheap knockoffs.

And thank you Apple for keeping UP the garden wall. I want no part of the rat's nest that is Android security OR the swamp that is fragmandroid. It's great to NOT have to go there.

Meanwhile, arm chair analcysts persist in their inner world echo chambers that amount to sleep inducing brown noise.

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Snowden leaks show that terrorists are JUST LIKE US

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"So Don't Do That Again!"

Clearly, the point of this propaganda barrage against Snowden and other leakers is:

1) Just another diversionary tactic to avoid the fact that the NSA ad nauseam committed crimes against the US Constitution and We The People.

2) To instill FUD against future whistleblowing, inferring that ripping the masks off government crimes might lead to successful Muslim extremist crimes against We The People.

UNACCEPTABLE.

The NSA is now a criminal organization bent on deceiving We The People who allow them to exist. They are themselves acting as TERRORISTS, using terror to push their criminal ends onto we the good people of the USA and the rest of the world. It's time to BREAK UP THE NSA and start again!

We must REFUSE to allow the USA to become even more deeply a CRIMINAL NATION. These crimes, in and of themselves, are the greatest threat to the USA. They are internal. They are our killing disease. Who needs external terrorists when we are our own?

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Can't touch this! Microsoft joins OpenGL 3D graphics group

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About Bloody Time You MS Dummies!

"Microsoft has quietly joined an industry party building 3D interactive graphics boosted by graphics chips, after 14 years spent in opposition."

It's a joy to know Microsoft's efforts to kill OpenGL have been a complete failure. Recantation!

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Google leaves STUPID vuln on Nest devices

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Until There is A Verified Security Standard For TIOT…

… Lock down your networkable gadget and keep it OFF the Internet. Thousands of TIOT gadgets have already been botted and implicated in DDOS bot attacks, spam spewing, etc.

IOW: Do Not Expect TIOT devices to have viable security at this time. Instead, expect them to be hacked, bottted, zombied, surveilled and generally unsafe if networked.

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Now even Internet Explorer will throw lousy old Java into the abyss

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Seeing As Microsoft Started Hating Java After Sun Legally Flushed J++ in 2001…

… I'm extremely surprised Microsoft didn't take a dump on Java in IE years ago!

For newbies, some background: See the section 'Sun's litigation against Microsoft" in the following article:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visual_J++

BTW: Some surprising Java news this week: Oracle has now begun babysitting Java on the Internet by deactivating it's JRE at the time of any new security update, or after a pre-configured time period. Profoundly embarrassing to stupid Oracle, but a necessary step seeing as Oracle destroyed Java sandboxing, the fools.

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Simian selfie stupidity: Macaque snap sparks Wikipedia copyright row

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Courtesy Please Wikipedia

I give money to Wikipedia. I contribute and edit at Wikipedia. Wikipedia is BRILLIANT!

But courtesy must rule, dear beloved Wikipedia. So cut the crap and kill the monkey's selfie already. There is no point in pulling punches over the 'copyright' of third-species created content. Stop acting like a silly monkey please and just do the courteous thing. There's already tsunami waves of human on human abuse dumping on all of us every single day of our lives amidst our 'civilization'. Just be the seriously superior humane being and be kind to others when appropriate and beneficial to others.

Mmm, you're such a good friend. I know you can do it.

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Perfect Google Evil:

"Here’s how Google’s director of content partnerships Tom Turvey justified the scanning: “If a work is truly orphaned, by definition it has no copyright owner to ‘opt out’ of the database.”"

The corporation as OVERLORD. Frack that Google.

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