However police on Tuesday rubbished the claims, saying the footage had not been destroyed or damaged and it will still be able to be viewed.
''Police would happily release the footage in question but currently has no authority to do so,'' a spokesman said.
''The footage is contained on a hard drive lawfully seized on a warrant obtained by police at the direction of Crown Law following a properly formulated mutual legal assistance request from the United States.''
The spokesman said the equipment was part of the wider evidence gathered and police would hand it over once the court gave direction on how the exhibits, in their entirety or individually, were to be managed.
Dotcom's lawyers were asking for full disclosure from the FBI. Documents are yet to be provided, and it is likely a court hearing will be held to argue what will be released.
However, we found that the Paperclip Rails plugin used to handle ﬁle uploads stored each ballot ﬁle in the /tmp directory before it was encrypted. The web application did not remove these unencrypted ﬁles, allowing us to recover
After about 3.5 hours using the crackerís default settings, we recovered the secondary administrator password cisco123 from a salted MD5 hash.
When we inspected the terminal serverís logs, we noticed that several other attackers were attempting to guess the SSH login passwords. [...] We realized that one of
the default logins to the terminal server (user: admin, password: admin) would likely be guessed by the attacker in a short period of time, and therefore decided
to protect the device from further compromise [..]
Typical "win project, contract it to the cheapest programmers" stuff..
Oh and let's not get into things like contract disputes or what happens when an artist leaves a publisher.
There's a great example in Prince, who was not allowed to use his "Prince" name until the contract with Warner expired. Later on he moved to Universal, another publisher.
In this case, which publisher's site and online store gets to decide what to be as first result?
What if the artist's contracts expire and he's now indie or self published? Does the artist have a word in what should be listed as first results?
This isn't entirely true. Search engines often feature "official" sites at the top of listings.[...]
Song title: Same thing - either the artist page, the label page, or whatever.
This wouldn't be fair for lots of users, as it gives an unfair advantage to certain companies or artists.
For example, let's say I'm a photographer and I travel to Italy or Belgium and snap some photos of Madonna... you know, the statue.
Should my website where I sell prints of the photos be downgraded because poor artist Madonna is not rich enough or her publisher loses money?
Actually, search for "Madonna" right now on Google and you'll probably find the "Madonna of Bruges" article from Wikipedia, links to movie pages with Madonna in the title, hospitals with Madonna in the name.
Sounds like a reasonable result. Should we get instead 10-20 official stores selling Madonna music on the first page instead?
Don't you feel there's some entitlement issue with the music companies if they feel they deserve to be in front of others?
Lots of people disable Adobe Acrobat from automatically opening documents in the page because of all the vulnerabilities and critical bugs it has.
Plus, it loads very slow and would annoy users if you embed 10 pdf files on a single page.
Flash is more reasonable as I can just use the Flashblock extension for Firefox to block all flash on the page and, if I'm interested in seeing the PDF file, I can just click on the flash icon for that object and unblock it without reloading the page, and I can then see it loading in the Flash object on the page.
I was positively surprised seeing videos about breast feeding on Youtube, which actually showed a woman's breast as the child was doing its "job".
Then, I thought maybe stuff like this is so controversial (womem rights, breast feeding in public and so on) they probably preferred to leave them with just a warning ("may not be suitable for minors").
I'm all for it and it's a pity Americans are so stuck up about nudity - here in Europe it's not such a big deal.
There's also a rumor this publisher made deal with Apple to have his ebooks on iPad, but Apple didn't like the 9.99$ price and wouldn't publish their books on iPad unless they set the prices higher or the same on competitors.
I think a lot of people are reluctant to enter their credit card details to any site but are less reluctant to use Paypal and they trust it...
So it doesn't help much to choose another service instead of Paypal, people will just be reluctant to use it and will ask for a Paypal account to donate to.
In my case, often it's just easier to use Paypal because I don't feel like searching through my pants for my credit card, type the number and verification code and so on - it's faster on Paypal.
However, I made it a habit not to have more than 50$ on my Paypal account, just in case it's hacked or limited and so on. I get my wage on Paypal and withdraw it the next day... The 20-25$ they take as processing fees for receiving about 1000$ is less than the fee my bank takes for processing a check and it doesn't take 4 weeks to clear so it's worth the risk.