Only 3 satelites?
Inmarsat provides a perfectly servicable global comms network with just 3 satelites
they recently added a fourth and are launching a fifth sometime soon
741 posts • joined 28 Jan 2016
so in other words, they cant do it, but the other ISPs can....
The clause they're worrying about has some decent legal prescidence defining the terms obscene, threatening and abusive
Anyway, the main part that is not trying to drag us down a rabbit hole, YES the US.gov should crowd source actual speed data, and Its not that hard, and you can even pay someone to do it for you, or even access dta they are already collecting.
coerced consent is not legal under DPA2018 (GDPR)
Consent is presumed not to be freely given… if the performance of a contract, including the provision of a service, is dependent on the consent despite such consent not being necessary for such performance
Consent should not be regarded as freely given if the data subject has no genuine or free choice or is unable to refuse or withdraw consent without detriment
not sure aout the 73 million, but in troy's entire database ( 551,509,767 passwords)
password has appeared 3 533 661 times
pasword123 has appeared 114 262 times
123456 has appeared 22 390 492 times and is the most common one, followed by
123456789 at 74.8 million
qwerty at 37.5million
then 111111 at 3 006 809 rounding out the top 5
password 123 comes in at #467
@Sir Runcible you had ample chance to vote the same as any EU citizen. If you chose not to take part in the EU Election like 65% of the country (a good 7% below average turnout) and elect MEPs who make one arm of the EU legislature.
The other two are the council, formed of the Member state governments (weighted by Population) that you vote for in general elections
and the commision, which is proposed by the council (that you vote for your represenative too) and confirmed by the Parliment(theat you get a say in)
So How are you not able to influence european decisions by voting?
oh and all decisions of the council need to be unanimous, so your elected representatives effectivley have a veto.
and dont get me started on the mess of how legislation actually gets through all three into EU law ....
the paperless 2020 money pot has already been raided and the cupboard is bare.
NPfIT had some of it the GDE program had its share, the WannaCry remediation took a load, and the W10 desktop licences took what was left. There is no money for replacing faxes, even to expand the fax to email gateways most trusts have.
Id is very definatley required, we have what is known as the NHS SmartCard (a certificate authentiction) that can onlyh be issued on production of three forms of ID one of which to be Photo, and the people that issue it are more pedantic than the passport office.
Yes there are some lines, in business parks no less, that OpenBreach used Alu instead of copper, cos its fine for telephony, takes months to get the config right for ADSL, wouldnt like to test VDSL or G.Fail
Anyway, all Liberty Virign Media need to do is firmware upgrade to DOCSIS 3.1 and 250Mbps becomes 2Gbps and no body wants to pay OpenBreach for G.not so fast
Ben franklin had it right
this model is based of incomplete evidence and assumed facts.
There is no measure of how many tweets WaPo were not able to verify, no mention of how many were factually correct, and it only used 150 sets of max 280 chars, hardly enough to eet any criteria for a robust test, and the training sample bias needs to be scrutanised, and probably needs to include a much larger sample too.
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