That was a CIA op.
157 posts • joined 10 Feb 2010
That was a CIA op.
In fairness, it does rather appear that Snap have gone on to quite some level of success...unlike Windows Phone.
I doubt all that much; let's face it, those people were locked in Leave voters.
It's in person. They don't control the hardware.
Without putting through the order it's impossible to know if the backend checks; without that he'd merely have demonstrated that Chrome does indeed allow one to edit delivered website code.
I question your understanding of the bug.
Is the Daily Mail website closed for the day?
Want to make a bet?
Two words if you care that much: removable battery.
The press release regarding Chrome specifically states that "we intend to continue supporting the 32-bit build configurations on Linux to support building Chromium". Reading between the lines, you probably won't get more Pepper Flash releases and also no more Widevine, but will get a browser. Not such a big loss for most Chrome apps.
"Building a poker bot as good as Libratus is also a major task, as it requires a healthy sized supercomputer. Libratus probably won’t be playing anyone online anytime soon, as it costs too much to run."
Paging Dr. Moore. Dr Moore to the white VOIP enabled computer.
Someone with that little clue is very easy to manipulate, and the FBI/CIA/NSA have a very definite list of what they want. He's already authoritarian, so I doubt this is going to go well with regard to civil and digital liberties.
Ironically, neither party mentions LG.
Given that the character saying it was suggesting steps towards establishing an autocracy, it suggests that you, the article author, and many others have rather missed the point.
The claim that this is attached to Android itself isn't actually true, the bundling requirements attach to the Play apps. Manufacturers can and do run Android without them - Amazon in particular, but many Chinese manufactures do just fine whilst having Baidu search and apps bundled instead.
For the love of all that is holy, please don't have strobing animations in the sidebar like the one used to advertise this.
a) Some readers will be epileptic;
b) for those that aren't (such as me) rapidly flashing stuff is distracting and annoying in exactly the same way as spammy adverts that do that are.
TIL that the Linux kernel is crippleware.
* Yes, I require/use assistive technologies.
Hurrah for unintentional ableism!
...and you bought in again?
"And it is not just conceivable but likely that within 10-20 years, we will have technology capable of ferreting that information out of any head."
Heh. You're very much overrating the state of neuroscience.
"because of it's security and sandboxing"
Which, of course, has been breached five ways from Sunday by the above software. This would suggest that the device was not all that secure.
9/11 involved entire floors of banking staff being hit. It's NYC office space; I don't know why you'd expect there not to be banking tenants.
Publishers can put whatever they wish. They can't trump fair use, much as they have frequently failed to prevent resale through attempts to gut first sale doctrine via similar legal claims.
"I am somewhat saddened by the number of up-votes this comment has received. We don't know all the details - who is to say that she was able to get away from this man, or that he didn't seek her out?
Either way, blaming a rape victim is never the right way to go - just remember, there is only one cause of rape, and that is rapists."
This man, of course, has not been found guilty of rape, making your comment quite impressively defamatory.
"The only time I encountered this problem was with Google Docs, which, perhaps unsurprisingly, don’t work well in Edge. It's also surprisingly hard to change the default search engine from Bing to Google, which together with the Google Docs failure feels almost deliberate."
DOS ain't done till Lotus won't run?
"But Google and Apple back everything on your phone up to their servers - including all your passwords and encryption keys."
Set against that, no they don't.
I thought I'd already seen all the Embrace, Extend, Extinguish hits a million times before.
To put it extremely generously,  on the malware claim.
They make a lot of metal stuff. Not employing material scientists would be insane.
You cannot use it with a flat battery, which is rather potentially exciting when one considers that the nominal user might need it to buy their ticket back home or a coffee/charge at a local shop. It just makes the smaller battery look questionable for reasons other than the obviously undesirable camera wobble.
This should be a hint to you that you're picking passwords that should be anything save the actual data.
It doesn't work like that, there's no promotion or demotion. You have to apply to run a franchise.
The coastguards are a government body. You're thinking of the RNLI lifeboats.
"Qui bono is a reasonable way of deciding probabilities."
When you say it that way it sounds much better than 'intellectually lazy ad hom'.
"I had an IMAP server pointing at my home directory instead of just my email directory - everything over email, for free."
Everything about that sentence says end user ready!
Now he's decided to ship a Linux distro after all. Good MS times!
"Look up the General Belgrano."
Presenting a very small engagement from two decades ago may not be helping your argument.
Attacking the methodology of a paper is very far away indeed from an ad hom.
What the ICO needed was a more hands off approach and an increased unwillingness to follow up on complaints. Thanks government, I'm sure no industry lobbying took place there.
No. They are likely to say that they are investment notes, as indeed the SEC have already said in several cases. A court is unlikely to argue with the SEC regarding this matter.
Blocking gay and lesbian material but not heterosexual sites is also arguably a breach of the Equalities Act.
Yes, most companies just lie about their practices or aren't aware of just how casual marketing are with the databases.
The manufacturer of the charger, assuming the power output is out of spec. I'm glad I could clear that up for you.
If Google Maps is not best in class, what is? OSM is the only thing I can think of that comes close.
If you actually care then install a custom rom without gapps.
So to be clear, the complainants broke their own legal commitments and were presented without any criticism of that or their views? Good to know where you stand.
Actively managing their patent portfolio.
How the mighty are fallen.
"Now, you've had a lot of offers of souls. Just wait a moment and listen to this option..."
"Murdoch admits snooping on OWN FAMILY in spy shock" ...*blinks*...Sorry, I thought I was a Sun sub for a second.
There is no commercial use (or, indeed, any form of use) restriction in GPL at all.
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