Seeing as the router is in my bedroom, and I'm the only one in the house who uses the Internet, couldn't I just cover my walls in tinfoil and be done with it?
111 posts • joined 21 Dec 2011
I tried using this
But all my fetishes kept resulting in illegal errors...
I'm guessing this end result of a failed abortion home secretary won't be facing any kind of punishment for contempt of court then?
>Hancock said the forthcoming data protection regime will bring the internet into “the twenty-first century [...]
I'm guessing that'll be about three centuries from now, given the UKs track record with implementing technology.
As a TalkTalk customer, I got these calls quite a lot.
Whilst they know the householder details, address and stuff accurately... they've never once been able to get my account number right whenever I ask them for it as a "security verification."
"There is no legal definition of hostility so the CPS uses the everyday understanding of the word which includes ill-will, spite, contempt, prejudice, unfriendliness, antagonism, resentment and dislike."
Unfriendliness, resentment and dislike?
Oh yes, this idea is bullet proof...
I pity the first human to see images from Uranus...
Ooh, a sarcasm detector. That's a real *useful* invention...
Now I too can have the luxury of paying £28/month for three quarters of a Megabit down.
I'm not holding my breath.
So anyone who has a bad credit rating is shit out of luck, then.
Is it limited to credit cards, or would a debit card suffice?
Hell, I only live about a mile from the exchange, but I can only get about 765 kbps (70 kB/s) down and 360 kbps (30 kB/s) up at the moment (which is a step down from my usual 3900 kbps and 900 kbps respectively), and have done for the last month.
You ever tried downloading an 8.5GB PS4 patch at that speed? It isn't fun...
Seven years for "stealing" free newspaper(s)?
I hope the jury laughs this one out of court.
They've replaced it with a new one just in case Theresa May calls another snap election...
Are they really that incompetent?
It's the Police...
...companies would be legally required to introduce a backdoor to their systems so authorities can read all correspondence...
Or distribute some sort of Ransomware.
Legalizing Cannabis, overthrowing the snooping bill...
...just a shame the people will stupidly vote Tory.
Prisoners built two PCs from parts, hid them in ceiling, connected to the state's network and did cybershenanigans
The hard part was fitting the parts into the condoms...
The UK doesn't like listening to what "Johnny Foreigner" has to tell them.
Sorry to be picky, but the つ in himitsu is read as tsu, not tu.
Joke's on them.
I set my WiFi password to the last 40 digits of Pi.
"Companies are paid every time a broadband or landline repair or installation is delayed. But customers who bear the brunt of these problems have to fight for compensation from their broadband company – and may not get any."
The group is calling for this disparity to be addressed in The Digital Economy Bill, currently passing through the House of Lords.
MP: "What's next?"
MP: "The Serf want compensation every time their ISP fails in some technical manner."
MP: "All those in favour?"
>MPs must consider debating Snoopers' Charter again
What do you believe this is? A democracy?
The petition will probably suffer a technical mishap, or something that doesn't stop our glorious leaders getting their way.
At least it got easier for law enforcement to fake confessions...
What about, I don't know, setting up netting over open areas of the prison?
I remember seeing an advert on TV for the Galaxy Note 7 a week or so ago, where it says that it can be submerged in water for around 30m and still be usable.
And I remember thinking at the time "Wow, that's useful to know for when it randomly catches fire..."
I miss the term "Information Superhighway."
We need to bring it back.
When having sex with a gynoid, remember to use adequate protection, such as a firewall or some kind of anti-virus software. Otherwise, you could wind up with the pitter patter of tiny laptops.
He lost, by the way.
Re: Spy on the screen and loudspeakers
I'm fairly sure Hancock and Kerr have better taste.
Re: Is tv worth it anymore?
What was the Star Trek episode? The world needs to know!
I don't see "child" on that list...
Banning words, eh?
I wonder what people would do when they're subjected to a [this word has been banned] of abuse?
Just out of interest, how deadly are the Pokémon in Australia?
Re: Welcome to Britains' Open Prison.
Oh cool; can I be Snake Plisskin?
Like that chap a few days ago who was shot in the back
Worst case of suicide the police had ever seen.
No sex please, we're British.
Re: Effing 'Merikans
Japanese also do mm/dd/yyyy.
That being said, I do use American dates when naming files, as it helps order them better, rather than having the day order everything in an arbitrary way. E.g. 01.04.2016, 07.12.2016, 16.03.2016...
Re: Seems like good news?
Yeah, but the British Justice system has this hard-on for abusing power. Either that or they have a quota of how many people they need to jail during the year.
I think I'll go back to OS/2.
It's in mIRC script. I'm sure someone could do better, though.
That's the idea, though.
By the end of the year, my ISP should have logged about 300,000 junky visits.
You can thank the Americans and their "morality" for the mosics.
Don't know how TalkTalk expects me to change my password if they take down the fucking page where I can only change my password...
Who'd want to bring children into this authoritarian dictatorship?
I have a PlayStation 3, but I've been playing a lot of my PlayStation 2 lately.
Currently trying to do a low level challenge in Final Fantasy IX.
Old games are still the best.
I always knew IKEA (Information Kommunikation Elektronisk Agentur) was a name for a Swedish Governmental Agency.