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That members of scumsec are outed and run into some of their victims down a dark alley.....
Just checked - their site is on an .ru domain.
Chance of fine being paid = 0.
Of course ofcom would mention that as 'Russian malware maker given pretend fine' doesn't make the same headlines.
So were those responsible actually tracked down or was this 'fine' delivered in abscentia to a post box somewhere.
As other posters have said there should be prosecutions brought. I suspect the lack of them may be due to the culprits not being tracked down.
Now off to google to investigate my suppositions! Post first repent later.
Feel like my parents must have watching the Lunar landings.
or even PCillin
I'd rather have Queenie and Philip - if only for the comedy value than any of the pond scum we call politicians. Just to wind you up a bit further Im pro House of Lord too for the same reasons.
And as for throwing over the inheritance laws - good luck with that. Most of the UK would lynch you.
" know I am in the minority it makes me so sad and makes me want to leave the country."
Dont let us hold you up.
What still here?
Maybe a foreign trip would do you good - or at least educate you that there are many worse places to live.
Your telco can put anything they like in their contracts - as long as it is not illegal in itself. A lot of phone OSes also include functionality to tell the Telco that you are tethering. The telco's usually manage by sending you through a different APN.
Most of the Telco's have tethering clauses these days.
Interestingly enough - in contrast to the other Poster I dont believe 3 do charge extra for tether - I know they didnt up to Feb when I last used it for my ipad. It was one of the reasons I left vodafone for Three.
Thats rubbish. In these sort of cases the "experts" are all little better than paid for shills - whether from Samsung or Apple.
All these "experts" will have ultimately the same bias - that for folding green....
Im with BT on this one. For all their slurping in the trough they actually are willing to entertain new areas.
When was the last big roll out (to potential new areas) from VM.
For a smartphone this compromised on Storage?
And from Sony of all people.
Surely a deal with B&N to get the nook onboard would have been better to protect their bricks and mortar business?
I can just see the Rozzer Clippy now.
"Good Morning! What would you like to do today?"
1. Upload kiddie pron to Perps phone.
2. Upload call records and texts from Al Qaeda
3. Text "ICE- Wife" with Saucy Suzie Call.
4. Just fusck up the phone.
5. All of the above?
For all IBM's decade old wittering about Grid computing the only ones with the vision to truly implement it on a global scale were Amazon. Not the first, not the best - but close enough to both to make it a winner and have a considerable lead over the rest.
Someone should find out what the trigger was to capture the balloon burst. The SPB might be able to use it for Lohan.
Unless its just a video stream still of course. Even then a camera focused on the balloon with a simple contrast detection routine might be usable for Lohan.
So Yahoo are dying on their feet - albeit slowly and the best thing they can think to do with the cash from this is "return it to shareholders".
Way to go guys - god forbid you might actually use it to fund another round of investment or actually supercharge your R&D. A 700% ROI is pretty good by anyones measure.
Why a joke.
How many people even in IT do you know that can touch type? Yet for certain uses it can send your productivity thought the roof.
I'm sure we all know a couple of our colleagues that do the 2 finger hunt and peck.
Agreed why was this little toerag skiddie allowed to complete a computer course anyway. He was obviously not using anything he learnt for good.
Isnt it even easier? Just put a strain gauge or similar on the balloon string. Strain drops to zero > 1 second - fire.
If this is a big enough problem some one can use a encryption scheme that the US cannot control? There must be strong open source versions right?
Does ITAR cover all manufacturers world wide operations? ie if I have a sales office in the US and my base station manufacturing in Timbukstan can they still clobber me?
Sounds like they are running Access or similar as this "clerical system".
Still the base problem shouldnt be that difficult to correct. You should know when the record was created in the new system. Therefore you can go back to the old system and calculate arrears at that date, and transfer the opening balance across.
Obviously Im sure there are some subtleties not mentioned but it doesnt seem like rocket science.
Poor HTC me arse they are no better than any of the rest. Don't forget they were the shills who helped M$ screw over Sendo (an innovative british company) in the early years of Win Mob.
The Z has a nice array of ports as well. This is what an ultrabook should be.
Only problem there is the assumption that TPIIc were holding Yahoo to account for the sheer altruism of it instead for example because they had something to gain such as control over Yahoo's board even though they have a comparatively minor stake.
Err paranoid much?
Did it every occur to you that the required adaptations for orbital mechanics may be completely different to those compensating for atmospheric interference?
Did it occur to you that this gets around the size requirements for getting big mirrors into orbit?
Did you notice you yourself said "reduce" atmospheric interference - not eliminate.
Did it occur that disregarding AO you can get better images in space.
Did it.....sheesh enough already.
The incremental cost of Flash is tiny compared to the gap in cost between a standard and a retina display with 4x the pixels.
I call BS.
Forget tablets. Many Android phones would compete with this lot. Especially ebay'd second hand with damaged screens.
All the APU's have going for them is graphical grunt - which gives absolutely no Edge in Ultrabooks or Tablets which are all about battery life something AMD is notoriously lousy at.
Intels process effeciency (22 vs 32 nm) and power management advantages will kill AMD in every sector of the market.
Platform advantages are spurious and transitory - Ivy Bridge is a drop in replacement for Sandy Bridge in most MB's. Besides both Intel and AMD have a history of socket changes - niether hae managed it well and arguably AMD have done it worse.
I would hesitate to call you a fanboi but those are some mighty AMD tinted specs you wear.
I would dearly love to be wrong but I dont think I am.
Is it possible that some hot jupiters are baby brown dwarfs and therefore form *before* the rest of the planets do? ie whilst the main star is still forming.
Buying something through a third party to get a good price is legal.
Selling something you had no rights to sell is fraud.
Really? Care to post some substantiation for those comments?
Without them you just look like a fanboi.
For the purposes of accuracy most of the jobs mentioned were Outsourced NOT (necessarily)Offshored.
Now Im sure some were both - but the fact that most were done under Tupe and done less than 3 years ago suggests most are still in the UK. This is backed up by the re-hirings noted for those councils that have increased IT staff.
I have as many problems with offshoring as the next Reg reader - but I also have a problem with knee-jerk conclusions that are not supported by the data or a link. Lets not paint the picture blacker than it is.
Correction. Your statement should read
"Unable to comprehend that you have the fix but you dont want to apply it coz you are waiting for the magic fairies to come and make it all better."
Once you have exhausted the different USB ports/cables, different computers, fresh install of iTunes options you are left with the Aliens option.
"Nuke it from Orbit - its the only way to be sure"
Really? When was this? I have had "UK Traintimes" on various iOS devices for at least 2-3 years and only paid once.
Whole heartedly agree with first para - its worth noting for instance that the Virgin Trains app lets you book any service (not just Virgins) without rooking you for the booking fee that TheTrainLine charge.
Burning platforms was destruction of shareholder value.
Selling a soso smartphone isn't.
Ok I give up - not even urban dictionary knows what butterfly marks are.
Where is the proof that sage are shedding customers due to a poor cloudy offering.
It could just as easily be that the mass majority of them see no cloudy benefits.
Can I be the first to coin the phrase Cloudorohoea?
So it watches you, and it listens to you? Presumably with a red dot in the middle of the screen at all times?
Can see it now:
"I'm sorry Dave I can't allow you to do that"
As the massive battery is discharged into your soon to be twitching corpse.
Have you read Everfree by Nick Sagan (son of Carl) perchance?
What you mean just like dozens of Anonymous should have known better?
Even if it's your job it's hard to stay paranoid 100% of the time. Especially if you only want to keep things private rather than actually keep things hidden.
That depends if how they use their second iPad allowance and flip it between the rest of the family.
BTW just how many pages of a4 do you need to print to exceed the cost of an iPad?
Double btw - how long before an MP looses his iPad with something secret on it?
You should try understanding the Oz vs Paddy compromise rules then :)
Hello Barry. Paranoid much?
I'll stick with my 3 year old vaio TT. As mentioned above its one of the Expensive Sony's. Slightly thicker (23mm) than whats in vogue these days but at 11" much easier to fit in a bag/rucksack corner than a 13". Also approriate screensize for the size (same as the Naffbooks 1366 ish).
An importantly more ports than you can shake a stick at.
And built like an engineering masterpiece inside with the option for Raid SSD's.
Why on earth did they waste time creating "special" editions of their most boring and mediocre laptops?
Yes but whats actually likely to be the biggest variable Ability or the Content of the course/paper.
I would assume the latter by a significant amount.
I've also seen the bell curve model work well at Uni. We had a radically different, harder course to the previous years Quantum Mechanics course and to cut a long story short the pass mark dropped to around 35% and a first could be had for about 55% if memory serves, yet the number in each of the grades were roughly the same as compared to the previous year.
If this really is an alpha build RIM are fuscked.
Hopefully it's just a label. If its not in late beta/rtm After all this time RIM deserve to fail.
Just checked the PDF.
Bottom 5 : UK
Top 5 : USA (I kid you not)
Sounds like the designers of this software would be far better off working commercially and ploughing the profits into their independence campaign rather than shooting or blowing things up.
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