"pas vu, pas pris"
Who is not seen is not caught.
So again, many thanks Mr. Snowden.
730 posts • joined 19 Jan 2011
Who is not seen is not caught.
So again, many thanks Mr. Snowden.
the firm has since forged very close links with a number of UK police forces
Now police has just have to find who extracted illegally the data to give/sell them to that firm
A Met press officer did not immediately respond to our questions, saying that the key person responsible was on leave.
Ok, that may not be that easy then...
Romans had Circus Games, we have Football to calm the Plebe: a spectacle played by stupid people, watched by stupid people, for the enrichment of cupid people.
I guess with such a move TSA will catch a lot of terrorists, at least all the ones who cheated by answering 'no' to the question 'do you intend to attack the US?' (they bastards).
Considering the ever increasing number of Idiots In Office™ polluting Governments worldwide this century
We've got the politicians we deserve. If more and more Idiots are elected, it tells a lot about the evolution of the average intellectual level of the standard voters.
Too many times authorities (worldwide) don't do the job when it comes to stop domestic abuses. I guess that when true sex equality will be achieved this might change... With all the paleolithic men still around there's a long way to go.
Fein told the Daily Beast that Rastogi did not object to the deal with he outlined it to her
I guess he has a written proof of the victim's consent to prosecution reduction, hasn't he?
Kentucky Sucked Pigeons? ^^
Whatever the winner, (s)he will be chosen by a minority of voters. How could (s)he have any democratic legitimacy when a majority of voters oppose that choice by voting for somebody else?
Deporting people who disagree in Siberia is second nature for russian
politically motivated puppets judges.
He who hates vices hates mankind.
I'm always surprised to read the full name of someone who wasn't condemned yet. What about presumption of innocence?
Also, it seems we lack information about the motives: why would have this guy do this after so many years being employed by this company? What is the untold part of that story?
Is there any other country dubbing itself as 'civilized' where doctors can make a diagnosis by calling your bank? "You've got no money, then you are not ill".
Since when throwing bombs solve problems?
Instead of Oracle, I suggest "Debacle", it would be less deceptive.
Most worrying, that guy has been elected and will be probably again, and that tells a lot about the intellectual capacities of his voters.
Prostitutes are not the problem: pimps are.
How many prostitutes have no choice and are forced to prostitute themselves? Most studies say that around 90% of prostitutes are under the "protection" of pimp, when only 10% are free.
Chen faces additional charges regarding the use of force, fraud and coercion, and faces a mandatory minimum penalty of 15 years in prison and a maximum of life
15 years would be a light sentence for that slave driver.... There would be some kind of Justice if he discovers in jail what it is to be on the other side of sex trafficking.
But it seems nonetheless a good idea, which should be extended Worldwide.
It's not often that true Justice is served on Earth.
IT is too often seen as a cost, a nuisance, something that has to be eradicated, at least outsourced... and then everything falls apart, and it's still because of IT. Isn't life wonderful?
Flash delenda est!
throw the key and good riddance.
. It's not clear if this was down to the story being unsubstantiated
Since when it's a reason for RT to drop a story??
Taking so much money when giving so few in return is indeed such an opportunity.
None AFAIK. No surprise there from a russian proxy.
Saddam Hussein Abd al-Majid al-Tikriti?
Oh, wait, we've killed this one.
Certainly not for having gazed Iraqi people!
His fate was sealed because of oil, not because of his blatant violations of human rights.
were the chemicals stockpiled and released by conventional bombs
BS. If you bomb sarin ammo you destroy them.
Also, the way the gas was dispersed shows that military-grade chemical weapons were used.
Why do it now when he is winning the civil war?
- He wants to show he can do whatever he wants in Syria without consequences for him
- Terror is a tool widely used by the Syrian regime
He is not a fool and understands western culture and values.
Absolutely, he is not a fool but a bloody bastard who knows well that among western culture and values there is plenty room for cowardice and turning a blind eye. WTF, the Assad family regularly massacres its own people for decades and they are still in place.
It seems there is a tendency for members of US administration to make serious accusations without providing the slightest proof justifying these accusations.
In some countries making false accusations can drag you in front of a court. What about the US?
my data connection switched automatically from 4G to the café's Wi-Fi
Maybe the shit starts here, with a mobile provider who takes the most from its customers by making 4G use limited or expensive, forcing you to use Wi-Fi to save some of your previous 4G bandwidth...
This side of the channel we begin to have very interesting offers with unlimited 4G for 20 € / months: no need to rely on crappy Wi-fi :woot!:
For the latter problem, I remember a sign seen in toilets I'll try to translate: "You're too pretentious: go one step forward, it's shorter than you think".
Read somewhere else:
Followers for this account before DHS request: 32,000
Followers after DHS request: over 125,000 now.
Well done DHS to help spreading real news!
Personally I'm not convinced by the theory, but many people report positive outcomes.
The same with Voodoo, witchcraft and astrology....
Homeopathy is a scam, when scientifically evaluated it doesn't get better results than the placebo effect:
"the relatively primitive rotary engines of the day were only capable of around 110hp"
If around 1917, allied warplanes had more powerful rotary engines (130 HP for the Camel), they were also fitted with V-shaped engines like the Hispano-Suiza 8Be (220 HP). Germans were also using inline engines, like the Mercedes D.III (160 HP)
"I don't see a problem: revenge doesn't imply a justification."
How I get it, "revenge" is a reaction to an action presumed offensive: somebody seeking revenge considers having being victim of an aggressive behavior, revenge is a kind of justification.
then it is liable to be humiliating to your ex-girlfriend, but I'm not sure exactly how illegal it should be.
Revenge Porn can kill:
'Revenge porn' victim considered suicide after ex-boyfriend posted naked picture of her on Facebook
We shouldn't give the bastards doing this the benefice of calling their unspeakable behavior "revenge", it could suggest they could have been justified to do so.
One has to find a better term than "revenge porn". I suggest "lynching porn" instead.
I know that we shouldn't attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity, but to this point, one has to wonder...
We lack of independent testings. Presentation are impressive, but who would be fool enough to buy a product just because of the presentation? ^^
I guess El Reg wasn't invited? ^^
... is typically a human attitude ^^
Congrats for Cassini and Huygens teams, who offered us so many emotions and expanded our knowledge of our neighborhood. One thousand Thanks!
" it looks as though the blackmailer and abuser is going to spend most of the rest of his life behind bars". Good. That bastard deserves it.
Cyber bullying is a more serious problem than told by the media, which is the only way to have our politicians acting on the subject. 'Referring adults' (parents, teachers, educators...) have also to do their job and take their part, by communicating, by educating, by controlling teenagers' use of communication media: it's a wild world out there.
I was indeed spammed by McAfee yesterday, some PR BS; TLDR anyway.
He was that close to get the Darwin award, what a pity
"Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired signifies, in the final sense, a theft from those who hunger and are not fed, those who are cold and are not clothed.
This world in arms is not spending money alone. It is spending the sweat of its laborers, the genius of its scientists, the hopes of its children. The cost of one modern heavy bomber is this: a modern brick school in more than 30 cities. It is two electric power plants, each serving a town of 60,000 population. It is two fine, fully equipped hospitals. It is some fifty miles of concrete pavement. We pay for a single fighter with a half-million bushels of wheat. We pay for a single destroyer with new homes that could have housed more than 8,000 people"
What could have been done for $ 391,000,000,000?
And moreover for something so wrong: F-35 can never ever replace the A-10, unless F-35 pilots like to follow the Kamikaze path...
"Suspecting the obvious, the IT director investigated Venzor's work email account and found he had emailed a document to his private email address"
When someone is so stupid, he really deserves to get caught...
PLEASE don't give IBM execs more ideas for cuts, because they will probably use them.
I've got an idea for them: cut execs! ^^
Loyalty: what a company asks its collaborators but never gives in return.
Resource: expendable flesh-based item
IBM: going lower for the last 30 years, has reached now the 4th circle of Hell.
This should be anything but a shock.
True, how someone working for a big company couldn't expect to be treated like shit at one moment or another?
whether you trust a company that has no interest in protecting your privacy vs. your trust in a company whose existence is dependent on doing just that.
Trusting a company? Muahahahahahha!
Was the functionality already here for years or not? Whatever the answer, it shows how functionalities are difficult to use and access in MS Products. Obscurity, complexity, making half of the job, all these words fit very well with whatever tools makes Microsoft.
For the one used to work with G Drive apps, working with MS is like going back in the dark ages when programs were made by IT people for IT people, and screw the typical user who does not think like aforementioned IT people.
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