Tried it 10 years ago. Didn't go well. If the cell phone wasn't charging, went dead in under 2 hours. If it was charging, it could also get a signal in/out. I think that airplane mode, for most cell phones, doesn't allow YOU any access, but doesn't stop the phone from providing info requested.
as they said on kik.com, "Looking for a new and engaging way to interact with your audience? Have amazing content or a cool experience you'd love to get discovered? Kik offers brands and content providers unique ways to talk with their fans, and find new followers too!" KIK is good for everybody because, "...Kik isn't just about our users chatting with their friends. Our marketing tools let brands talk to and share cool content with our users, and track the results...". We all know that being tracked is what we all really need.
These sites legally KILL our PCs, and WHINE when we refuse to let them. Let them die in the dark alone. They do NOT deserve to be for profit internet sites. Consumers have the obvious right to shun them. Shun: in your eyes they do not exist. Do not visit them, do not acknowledge that they exist, and eventually they will change, or cease to exist.
Stealing by refusing to execute malware. Stealing by refusing to execute malware. Lets see, Conde Nast (& any other site that cares to look) knows that I didn't kill my PC by downloading their malware serving advertisement, and you consider that stealing? Perhaps I misunderstood, and you know that they are stealing from their readers. Possibly if they watched their own ads, and had to spend their own money rebuilding their own PCs & networks, they would care more. I wonder if Conde Nast employees are required to use ad blockers to view their own sites, so that the IT expenses are smaller?
I agree that Conde Nast does not take responsibility for ads on their sites serving malware to their customers. It would eat into Conde Nasts profits if they attempted to prevent malware serving ads causing their readers to spend hundreds of dollars rebuilding their computers. Conde Nasts real customers are their stock holders, and corporations have no responsibility to address morality over profits. Indeed in our courts of law corporations can lose law suits for doing so. You, however dear Conde Nast reader, can legally be punished for trying to keep your PC from being taken over by malware served by Conde Nast. Please don't think bad of Conde Nast for attempting to make a bigger profit out of the misery they willing serve you.
I live the OPM nightmare. Having held a security clearance prior to the break in, OPM "no longer has any data" on me.
"...Don't fall for it"?: our government can't protect any data. ...and you want to give them access to what? Go live in a glass house with no curtains, and post your life on poster boards in your front yard. Though that's the access asked for, know that it is illegal for you to provide it, "We must protect the children" from you.
I am also required to memorize continuously changing complex (15 chara mixed alpha, numeric, caps, spacial-charas) passwords, and most are limited to 3 time-spaced tries. Our security department HATES the company year end two week shutdowm, because of the number of login failures (3-tries and you're out!).
Typical large companies "settle" with the IRS three or more years after taxes are due. They aren't following this APPLE vs. FBI courtship, but if they would be having hissy-fits if they were. Direct Government access into anybodies database (in this case in an IPhone), affords the government the ability to short circuit any investigation by the Government interpreting what you meant in a quick email to what they want you to have meant. In this example, going after the meaning of data of unrepresented dead killers.
"...a4 paper from a dotmatrix printer...": not far enough. Needs to be electronicly sent through a low rate fax (360x480) & then printed 4 sheets to a page (double sided) "To Save The Trees". At least that how HR responds to employees requests in our company.
Humanity has known how to relatively cheaply reduce global warming for over half a century. It is called nuclear winter, and is the expected effect of a nuclear war. The Chinese, Russians, and North Koreans all again seem willing to help.
Another alternative, though less exciting would be to simply pump ocean water into all available volcanic caldera. This would generate a similar effect of stratospheric microscopic particles reflecting sunlight, reducing global temperatures, & reducing the amount/growth of life on Earth. All good warmist goals.
I guess you've never had someone elses garbage reported under your name. It is amazing how many organizations think that if you are John Smith, and somewhere somebody named John Smith broke a law it is your problem, and you should be in jail until it gets sorted out!
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