Re: Hilary Clinton has the answer!
What does this article have to do with Clinton?
35 posts • joined 16 Aug 2012
What does this article have to do with Clinton?
I think, for once, I agree with LP. Whole thing is for click bait headlines to get interest for Wired and Black Hat. I do remember watching videos about TrackingPoint and thinking it was pretty cool but as usual it turned out to be a lot of marketing. Thankfully(?) humans are still needed inline in the long range precision killing field.
Got you covered. Downvoted for "Windoze". At least put some creativity in gents.
Indeed. The initial value of just a streaming account on Neflix is great. But once you get through the catalog of decent material and all thats left are lower than B movie titles the value is much less. I am in such a position now. I probably spend more time trying to find something worthwhile to watch than I do actually watching said program.
Are you shitting me?
Its 2015 and your orderlies still allow you internet access?
A couple of the more "creative" US news sites are linking this with the problems at the NYSE and Wall Street Journal. Obviously the only answer is they all shared systems and terrorists are attacking America! The source country is about to get a home delivery of freedom.
Hard to believe its already been 5 years. If he's so buddy buddy with Ecuador why would he need asylum in France? I suppose I'd also get tired of a bum sleeping on my couch for 5 years without putting in any effort to better his situation.
So basically the rest of the EU handed Greece 200+ billion with zero chance of getting repayment?
Just throwing this out there - maybe the receiver uses/used an iPhone?
"And are we seeing a wave or arrests as the NSA turn over child porn to the DOD? Are USA child molesters being rounded up by the horde? No?"
Actually, there's been a couple large scale arrests of child pornographers due to "federal investigations" in the news recently. Including law enforcement.
Its not news that Facebook does all kinds of "grey" things with the data they collect. It wasn't a new revelation 2 years ago when they did the study. I understand from a scientific study perspective its certainly more ethical to have express consent. However, lets not act like they were lighting kittens on fire and timing how long it took them to stop twitching.
Much like harmjschoonhoven said - are we sure this isn't the study? To track the social media outrage? I would personally find that far more interesting as it seems the outrage is never ending.
Clearly I went through the wormhole and it is now 1998 again....I knew I should have remembered to carry my "History of Winning Lotto Numbers" book on my person at all times.
"The United States cannot pretend that it is the victim. They are a hacker empire. I think everyone in the world knows this," spokeswoman Hua Chunying said.
Surely two Wongs don't make a right...
"… well, apart from the first memory slot being blocked by a fan, but that’s a given with third party coolers, in general"
Its been a while since I've looked at air coolers for a CPU but is it really common now that they block memory slots? Seems you either chose poorly on a fan or mobo or both.
I didn't really get that they were on a high horse from this article. I think they're being very ethical by moving out of the AV market.
They basically admitted their software was crap and are moving onto something they might be able to do competently - emphasis on the "might"
100% of trolls fail 50% of logic tests. 150% of trolls are failures?
I don't recall hearing a fuss about the water recycling mechanism on the ISS. What was the Russian approach?
Still enjoy watching launches into space. A reminder of what humans can accomplish.
They will decrypt your files if you pay and apparently they're very cordial when you call them. Second hand information from a trusted source but still second hand.
You're overthinking it. He lef the company to his best friend who he probably knew wouldn't be successful anywhere else. I think we all probably have a friend we know isn't too bright and try and help them out when we can.
Well, thats kind of the rub here. The argument was that he just took a bunch documents and didn't really know what was all in them. Hence, not a whistleblower and not offered the protections of being considered such. This is semi-believable given the huge volume of documents that were leaked. However, how do you know what to leak without at least looking at some of it?
Regardless, I think it could have gone far worse for him. The other side of that coin is if he would have been executed it would have probably caused more dissent among the American public and ultimately led to a more meaningful change in how things are done. This would have probably been the better result for America as a country, but obviously much worse for this kid.
I think you'll have a hard time finding a cure for "maleria".
Impressive tech for 2008.
Not sure why that Ed guy threw that last bit in there about slavery...Seems unrelated to IT and unrelated to the article in general. He must really miss having the colonies...
Anyway there was more than one reason America declared independence from British rule.
Among the main ponits were the Stamp Act of 1765, the Tea Act in 1773, and the Coercive Acts in 1774. I will let you read on them for yourself and decide if it was worthy of the split.
But again - none of that really relates to IT or this article.
Even though you may not agree with its current use, or the sponsor, its still pretty cool technology. If they can make it more reliable it should lower the overall cost and then lead to non-military use, just like everything else.
I'd be surprised if every western govt wasn't already doing this and the US was just the first to get caught in public.
I'm sure I'll be downvoted to hell for saying this but: As a society we demand almost absolute security from random acts of violence(terrorism or whatever) but we also expect almost absolute privacy. This puts law enforcement/govt/et al in a very difficult position. I don't see how you can have it both ways. I think people lose sight of that and immediatly que the outrage when they learn of new details of this. I'm not saying there's not some ambiguity in whos getting monitored and for what, however I don't think theres some huge conspiracy to see what porn you're downloading.
Beer cos its Friday
Anyone know what the digs are actually like in the embassy? Perhaps they're way better than he had back home and just doesn't want to give them up.
Surely this event is just there on the horizon.
I'd be more likely to wear a futuristic monocle...they'd look pretty sweet I bet.
If they pull this off it wouldn't just be something great for Americans to brag about but something the entire Human Race could be proud of. I hope they pull it off.
I'm not one to cry the sky is falling, nor am I one to say that we humans have zero effect on climate. I think its possible that if the temperature has truly leveled off it could be due to the pollution cutting etc done over the last 20-30 years. Although if thats the case, we'll probably see a warming spike coming down the pike from all the stuff China has been pumping into the sky.
Yeah, they may try and climb it also. It's been a mountain longer than a format.
I'm REALLY getting tired of this Assange guy. Can't he just enjoy the hospitality of the Ecuadorians in silence or at least without press coverege every time he wants to open his yap?
Not sure if troll. The content has to be sarcasm but the typographical and grammar errors say stupidity...
I doubt the Brits were serious when they said they would enter the embassy. Probably hyperbole. There is also no gurantee that Sweden would extradite. Why wouldn't Assange want to face the charges against him in Sweden? It would be a large event covered by the press where he could prove his innocence on the global stage, obviously this assumes hes innocent. Perhaps he promised to provide all data he had to Ecuador and not release any of their sensitive data in exchange for asylum? I dont think anyone involved is completely innocent here.