18 posts • joined Tuesday 2nd July 2013 11:12 GMT
Re: Pot, kettle, black?
I've spent the last ten years of my life trying to keep Google's users safe and secure so that they can receive the deluge of adverts we want to give them therefore maximizing my income meanwhile keeping nosy busybody jobsworths like bored NSA agents out of OUR systems and data as well as protecting our users from this evil that the government keeps trying to brainwash you that THEY are the good guys, um NO.
We're the good guys, the NSA do NOT have the motto "Do no evil" WE DO!
Re: "Sony seem to be handing [MS] the market"
The last vestiges of non-mobile video gaming will be on the ever lively PC market, and Valve's last-ditch effort to prop up the console market with its forthcoming Steam Box.
Ah, the sound of corporate America in action, How much do you think MS bribed them to do that?
Is this a USB killer or something else?
Why do most peugeot cars today sport huge radiator grills?
What's that sound?
Oh yeah, its the sound of millions giving FB the middle finger and closing their accounts. Too bad we all know that closing or deleting an account rarely if ever actually deletes it but marks it inactive so they can still data-mine it despite it no longer being updated.
It's just another Google really, treat them as such, the only winning move is not to play.
Is there anywhere I can go that will help me escape from the blight of the mobile phone?
I hear Mars is nice at this time of the year...
Mobile phone signals haven't reached there yet either. You would be at home there.
This isn't news
ITV a bastion of UK content? ITV hasn't done anything good since around 1995 and went into crap overdrive around 2007 when they axed CITV and replaced it with, can you guess? daytime repeats and general lowest common denominator rubbish.
BBC hasn't fared much better after ditching their CBBC either. Can't we please put something original on rather than repeats of cash in the attic? or bargain hunt?
BBC and ITV Daytime now consist of geriatric programming rather than family programming, and they wonder why they don't get ratings. Meh.
Or in other words the mean streets are not so mean when it comes to the risk of being run over or wrapping your motor around a tree or <i>telegraph pole</i>
I thought we did away with the telegraph? (No, not the newspaper, stupid)
Re: Petition Against UK Communications Censorship
These partitions don't lead to them doing anything, they just leave excuses on them, the whole petition site is a red herring, I hope am wrong, but it appears that the large majority of them are fobbed off.
Have you tried hosting the petition on another site? The newspapers don't help either, they only seek to exaggerate the problem, they always do!
Whack a mole.
The global megacorps ain't that stupid, there will ALWAYS be that one last place who doesn't sign the treaty and they WILL base their tax offices there to avoid the global crackdown.
News just in.
No one cares about going green, or their impact on the environment! - only politicians like to pretend that the public actually care when they don't give a crap how much they use.
- It's true, the START MENU is coming BACK to Windows 8, hiss sources
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- How UK air traffic control system was caught asleep on the job
- Pic NASA Mars tank Curiosity rolls on old WET PATCH, sighs, sniffs for life signs
- Google embiggens its fat vid pipe Chromecast with TEN new supported apps