The Americans can hold an election while the Russians aren't looking.
Still looking for that sarcasm icon El Reg.
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Ultra personalized passwords. (Oh God!, not Mothers names and Birthdays) No.
Pick your favourite Book, Song, Poem, etc.
Now pick a line from said work.
e.g "Hello darkness, my old friend I've come to talk with you again Because a vision softly creeping
Left its seeds while I was sleeping".
Then take the 1st letter of each word and transpose to symbol where needed.
It's your favourite song, book, etc your probably not going to forget it :)
As individual passwords creating them like this could become a pain, as a master password though I've found it very useful.
Your attacker has to guess your Song,Book,Poem,etc then the part you chose, then the transposition you used.
Good luck with that
It appears A toothless Guard Dog has started barking at a Brainless Giant.
The only way to derail/change this policy is if the Giant's component parts
feels their position/financial security is threatened.
Brussels is like all large lumbering creatures if it doesn't hurt they'll ignore it.
Still waiting for that Sarcasm Icon El Reg
Let those who have the Legal, Moral and Parental responsibility to do just that.
I have seen news paper articles, tv interviews, half witted rants from MP's
who feel they should show they're standing up for their constituents even when they haven't a clue what they're waffling about, technical, legal, moral and even religious opinions of all flavours and increasingly hysterical aftermaths if we do/don't do something about children accessing smut online.
I have yet to hear any of the Politicians ,Charity reps, tech pundits, or any of those other "I have to say SOMETHING, it'll get me on the telly" dickwits offer the simplest solution.
If children are accessing porn online the 1st and most effective line of defense is the parents.
We are for ever having public heath campaigns rammed down our throats, now is the chance to do so for a good reason.
Blitz the media, slip a reminder onto Google.co.uk's front page, send out the flyers, booklets and Government approved instructions.
I have always relied on a simple idea, "just because you can do a thing, doesn't mean you should."
Rant over you can go back to normal viewing (don't forget to have your photo ID ready though).
"The cost to him since 2008 has been roughly $1m a year. If the Supreme Court refuses to hear his appeal and the Coastal Commission decides to impose its maximum fees, that would jump to more than $4m a year. But aged 63, he would still be in a position to use his vast wealth to block access to Martins beach for the rest of his life."
California Penal Code 166 PC punishes contempt of court. "Contempt of court" essentially refers to any behavior that is disrespectful to the court process. Examples include (but are not limited to):
being excessively loud or belligerent,
refusing to be sworn in as a witness and/or refusing to comply with the judge's requests during any court proceeding, and
willfully disobeying a court order.1
It's the last example that tends to trigger the greatest penalties and the type of contempt upon which this article will focus.
For the most part, contempt of court (including violations of court orders) is a misdemeanor, punishable by up to six months in county jail and a maximum $1,000 fine. That said, there are situations that invite more serious penalties such as higher fines and up to one year in jail and/or a potential state prison sentence.
For a Billionaire 6 Months behind bars would probably feel like 6 years.
Oh by the way, DON'T DROP THE SOAP IN THE SHOWER.
While I'm sure those young ladies worked hard to sync their routine, the reason they are there is obvious.
"See, North Koreans aren't nuclear armed monsters waiting to fall on South Korea.
We're just ordinary folk like you."
Kim (Rocket Man) Jong Un sent them along with his Sister (who has a really weird smirk on her face in all the footage I've seen, maybe she knows something I don't) on a charm offensive.
Honey gets you more flies than Vinegar.
Have to say I'm not convinced.
You can polish a turd but it still smells like shit.
Might I suggest one of the following.
Please feel free to add your own.
Apple are facing class action suits for slowing their CPU's because of old batteries.
Other than not telling Apploids what they were doing I see no huge problem with that.
I wonder when the first CA is going to hit Intel.
I've been using AMD cpu's since the K series in the late 90's damn I feel old now
Smug but old :)
"The judges also refused Privacy International's request that the case be expedited to the European court – which could mean it will be years before a final judgement is made."
Just in time for Terry's Nasty Party to tell Johnny Foreigner to stick the European Court up it's jacksie.
Result for UK Democracy then.
Where's the sarcasm icon when you need it?
Along with the Brits, the Yanks, the Aussies and the Kiwi's up until Snowden kicked over the trash can the Canucks were also lying, sneaky bastards who would do anything, say anything to get our info.
And now they want our opinion.
Damn! I think my Bullshit Meter just overloaded.
*Black Chopper for obvious reasons
"In the face of several legal battles, Killock recommends that the debate be used as an opportunity to amend the bill's more questionable legal provisions."
I really can't see High Chancellor May allowing that sort of thing.
(it's enough to curdle your warm milk)
Fingermen to the rescue I suspect..
They are literally paid to spout bullshit and do as little as possible to rock the boat.
Until someone causes a Senator to drop dead on national TV by screwing with the firmware of their pacemaker they will do nothing.
* for those who didn't vote for Donnie T Rump that was NOT a suggestion.
although "those 2nd Amendment people could do something"
Getting my coat,that'll be the one with the tin foil lining.
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