Re: They're copying Greggs, that's all
I had nothing to do with it, honest guv.
211 posts • joined 24 Feb 2012
I had nothing to do with it, honest guv.
I think the spectre of a burning up satellite landing near their offices would mean they'd have a bigger meltdown problem to deal with.
Except one of the arguments is that Apple are refusing to pay for their existing licences (and asking all and sundry not to as well), so what's to stop them paying any agreed fee?
How will they hijack all the Western powers elections if they cut themselves off from the global internet?
You mean like this?
surely they should have just fined him a tenor then?
I don't understand why the ICO don't object to any companies making themselves insolvent or striking themselves off the register.
Companies Act 2006 section 1006
The failure to provide you with a copy of the application to strike off is a criminal offence.s.1006(4)
If it was done with the intention of concealing the striking off from you then that is an aggravated offence s1006(5)
Oh, hang on a minute..
"The biggest problem with Apple putting less effort into macOS isn't that it stagnates — it's that they make buggier, sloppier updates"
They should hire the hackers. They know a lot more about Equifax's customers than the rest of the Equifax board do.
By telling the truth.
But i did marry her.
may have helped this person out!
So what's released on September 8th?
They are only simple if you have an IT department who knows what they are doing. It could be said that Windows patches are equally simple and speedy to apply if they are being pushed out by a mechanism such as Windows Update for Business or by IT departments centrally for Enterprise installs.
It seems to me that the main issue was unpatched systems. The IT support will have to have a major change for that to be any different, regardless of what OS they are using.
There'd be 10x that many if it were a Windows flaw.
especially if they use Apple maps
Every little helps!
Not any more.
Chancers saying they're hackers. When i were a lad....
That concludes our object lesson for this evening
Chrome 57.0.2987.133 on W7 shows the incorrect address, but IE11 shows the correct one for the second link and doesn't show or let you click on the first.
But at least they're doing something and being pro-active about it (even if it is only for their customers). This does make me wonder if they are actually breaking OFCOM regulations by not delivering the call to it's intended recipient though. I'd like to see each and every telecoms company provide this service FOC!
I note the judge has slammed Uber for relying on Mr Levandowski's pleading of the fifth. He's also questioned why he is still employed by them.
I was once having a conversation with a Nokia engineer and a colleague of mine asked him why they didn't use Android. His response? "Why would we? The only people who make money out of Android is Google."
Being a referee at local parks level i concur with the headline.
Or did they just include R because they're Pirates?
Still looks majestic even on the ground and after all these years.
It's the amount of problems i have without a bitch being one.
I don't think they exist
Feeding them that will just make the hordes of ravenous psycho hamsters harder to kill. if not just harder.
"As long as Musk continues to spout hyperbolic nonsense, though, he’ll continue getting the coverage he needs to keep the show on the road"
Stop reporting it then. If media stopped reporting on these people then they might, just might, go away. See also, "reality tv stars", the Kardashians etc.
I hurt myself today
To see if I still feel
I focus on the pain
The only thing that's real
The needle tears a hole
The old familiar sting
Try to kill it all away
But I remember everything
And it makes a firery ring. Bound by wild desire. I fell into a ring of fire.
I've had absolutely no issues with running Kaspersky on my three Windows 10 machines, so i don't see where they are coming from on this. It seems like they're complaining after the horse has bolted.
It seems that your average QANTAS flyer is the culprit here as the majority of the incidents have happened with them. Perhaps they should change their pre-flight briefing and have passengers fasten their phones to their forehead with velcro.
Of course, if they do lose the phone, it's obvious where it will be - down under.
Him and Bernie Ecclestone should start breakfasting together to compare notes.
You've already bribed the Deatheaters so your stay won't be that long.
It certainly was some ejaculation!
I've had no issues with Outlook or the native Mail app on my iPhone connected to my work O365 server.
Perhaps flushed with their successes, he thought it would be a good place to hide it.
There - i said it.
Lacey Jonas or Andrea Bottino?
Me too. Plex anyone?
They won't need to. They'll use your wi-fi signal instead;
So , Leavers;
1) HP sauce, taken away from the UK and now produced in the Netherlands. An argument for keeping things British and supporting Leave I suppose.
2) Bisto - still produced in the UK by Premier Foods.
3) ITV News?, ITV News?, come on people. Only slightly higher up the rung than Sky news. Still watching this all the time would probably have me voting to leave as well.
4) The Health Lottery. A lottery where good 'ole UK folk can spend thousands trying for the "big win" and contribute to "health related causes" - not even NHS mind and they don't even contribute to these causes as much as the National Lottery does. Run by the company owned by Richard Desmond! I suppose the justification is that this is required at all.
5) Birds Eye - An AMERICAN brand and always has been. I suppose it is difficult for people who voted leave to differentiate between mainland Europeans, Americans or any other continent for that matter (as has been proven with some of the reported post-Brexit racially motivated attacks that have taken place).
6) Iceland - Seriously? If this was the best that Britain could offer supermarket wise then i suppose i'd want to leave as well.
7) Sky News - see 3) and the fact this is owned by an Australian. I don't see them complaining about Sky Sports ruining football.
8) Cathedral city - This is still made in Cornwall, so a good British brand.
9) PG Tips - and this one.
10) Richmond - As in London? Really? It's half-owned by Russian oligarchs. The other half is owned by the Chinese.
As for the Remainers;
1) bbc.co.uk - It's not exactly TheRegister.co.uk is it?
2) BBC iplayer - It's not exactly Netflix is it?
3) Instagram - It's no Facebook, oh, wait a minute..
4) London Underground - Are they actually not on strike this week then?
5) Spotify - It's no Tidal is it? But at least it is European.
6) Airbnb - Another American site.
7) LinkedIn - sigh, this is also an American site.
8) Virgin Trains - It's no Southern Rail is it? At least it is a British "success" story, uses French & Belgian built trains.
9) Twitter - Another American web-site??? sorry i've ran out of characte
10) EasyJet - started by a Greek-Cypriot man who lives in the tax haven of Monaco.
with the recent Government report telling BT to get their house in order???
Actually, this has now changed. They have to be paid for travel time as well and it has to be included in minimum wage calculations and holiday pay;
This was another way employers could avoid payment to not only their workers but The Inland Revenue.
what you really thought of it!
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