I say we do this. Build a backdoor wiretap into ALL forms of electronic communications!! Once the backdoor has been compromised, we'll finally know what our government is doing behind those closed doors!!!
Tax dollars are also used at the department to help the entertainment industry. The FBI has its own Investigative Publicity and Public Affairs Unit, which is dedicated to helping Hollywood make movies and TV shows, including “The Kingdom,” “Fast and Furious 4,” “CSI,” “Numb3rs” and “Without a Trace.” This perk for Hollywood comes with an annual price tag of $1.5 million to the American taxpayer.
That came out about the same time as another quote from a TV exec, Garth Ancier, who has worked at Fox, NBC and WB, basically saying the same thing, arguing that an unnamed "two" of the four major networks are considering shutting down
I really wouldn't mind if FOX and CW/WB went off the air. I know I'm not the only one...
Basically, the government could give you pre-filled out forms with all the info it received from your employer and you could just review it, click okay, and be done with your taxes.
That's pretty much how I did my state taxes. I got a letter in the mail with my CSN Number, went to the state franchise tax site, reviewed my info (that was automatically filled out from the info my employer provided) and clicked 3 buttons to file my taxes. Then I just filled out my bank info for the refund. Took all of 5 mins to do my state taxes...The Federal return was a different story...
Because Apple has run out of innovative ideas a LONG time ago.
Also, this protection will be EASY to crack. Just get a darkened room and a video camera. Set the video camera on a tripod looking at the TV and have your audio coming from your sound system into the audio inputs of your camera. Voila!!! Instant DRM-free copy!!!
To truly have a leakproof pipe, Apple will need a way to also control the space between the screen and our eyes.
VI is the text editor I use by default when I'm in a Unix environment. Yes, there's a slight learning curve to learn the 2 editing modes and keyboard commands, but once mastered, it's great. You have to remember most Unix programmers are used to doing stuff via "command line". By integrating that into VI, you can navigate text files and make changes without ever having your hands leave the keyboard.
Hey, I have a wonderful idea...Quit remaking movies and actually come up with an original idea...If you create a movie that hasn't been done yet, you won't have to worry about stepping on anyone's toes.
Because really...How many times does "The Wizard of Oz" need to be redone???
I'm 41 years old and still play video games...I think that qualifies me as an "Adult"...and no...I won't shut up. In fact, keep this up and I see a Senator that probably won't get my vote next election cycle.