Streamed over and over.
2528 posts • joined 16 Jan 2012
Streamed over and over.
These criminal mutts are going to be hounded by the police.
If a service I'm using has its encryption compromised, then as a consumer I have a right to know.
"By law, workers classified as managers and other professional salaried staff are exempt from mandatory overtime pay and breaks"
Is there a reason why this is?
Personally, I'd never work for a for-profit company for free. It's unethical.
Oh gods! Water load of puns!
I read that as "Eat all the bacon you like."
It does not end well for the humans.
I'm not falling for that lie twice!
The possibility of successfully navigating a field of this hype is approximately 3,720 to 1.
A click here, and a click there... And it looks like Ben Richards is dead.
They move like us now...
It can't be that difficult to get through the ice. All we need is a lander with a submarine, and an orbital satellite with a magnifying glass attached.
Is this going to be the very first Johnny Cab?
Keeping DNA samples and fingerprints even after a suspect is found innocent.
And they will get caught.
And then we'll have another teen fighting an extradition to Gitmo.
Where does she expect her hairbrained idea of encryption to come from?
The security policy has been updated to define any security problem as the users fault.
Waiting for the endless commentards going "why does a government billion pound deal always got to the usual three letter companies?"
Let me guess. It's because a party MP is on the board as an executive director and all his mates have shares?
Me: Sure, what kind of statistics do you want those graphs to display?
PHB: I don't know... Make something up.
8 hours later...
PHB: Oh no, that's not what I wanted at all. What do any of these numbers mean?
Me: Nothing, you told me to make them up.
But you'd have to sit very still to continue listening to the same channel.
(With apologies to Douglas Adams.)
This post was dictated, but not read.
Somebody posted that image. And it's not like Facebook can't find out who.
Why are they protecting a pedophile?
With a camera payload.
Looks rather like a tank...
Early anniversary present?
Then I will quite happily implement it for him as long as I get half of the nobel prize.
They could keep all of parliaments internet connection records and make them public so that the people that elect these officials into office can vote out all the lazy MP's that are watching porn all day. (at least I hope that's all they are doing at work...)
I like the idea of astronauts doing aerobic dance in zero gravity.
What else will it work on?
I can totally see it being used to mess with people playing on wireless xbox controllers.
Because their brains haven't fully developed and they are less likely to have the kind of bullshit filter you'd expect in a reasonable adult.
If I start learning tensor calculus about ten years ago I might be ready in time for the next computing revolution.
You go 30 Mph past schools? It's 20 Mph for a very good reason.
I'm starting to think I'd be better off with the AI driving.
We can give the ones that aren't allowed a nice pretty yellow star to wear. There's no way that could go wrong could it?
I'd like to see a prosecution for this kind of mishap. Nothing more than a slap on the wrist, but something that will come up in any CRB check for a job involving other peoples sensitive data.
I can't imagine their customers will support them after this.
But can it sort my pron collection?
"You do not have to say anything. But it may harm your defence if you do not mention when questioned something which you later rely on in court. Anything you do say may be given in evidence." - Criminal Justice and Public Order Act
You haven't had the right to silence since 1994. You don't have to speak, but you'll be considered guilty if you don't.
That's a pretty small barn.
I thought the pokenurse was called Joy.
"Trump later argued that he will release more tax records when Clinton releases the 33,000 emails deleted from her private server."
Shouldn't he be releasing his tax returns the same way every presidential candidate has for the last 100 years? Why is he trying to make it contingent on something that's probably never going to happen?
I feel about as guilty running an adblocker as I do about running an antivirus program.
And our short sighted "anti-terror" legislation. And he authorised MI5 to collect bulk telephone data.
Is he really in any position to be advising businesses on security?
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