@Whatever You mean this is exactly why EVERYONE should run an exit node.
As I understand it, exit nodes route traffic off the tor network onto the public network (I am not a tor user so I have no first hand knowledge)... then if every user was an exit and all traffic was routed out a node other than your own (hopefully choosing random exit nodes very frequently) then we would have a situation where tracing any traffic to the exit node would be futile and make the traffic even more anonymous. I would think that adding an additional layer where data is obfuscated to deliver to multiple IPs (yes, it's a performance hit on the network) it would further distract from tracing through the network to the final destination, if that's even possible...
That being said... no one should be anywhere near child porn and I hope those ass-hats that do get reamed by Bubba in prison.
I have to ask, is it more surprising when the US Government lies? or tells the truth? I'm actually more surprised when it's the latter... I expect them to lie now and the topic of Snowden has no different expectations.
at one point does copyright expire on the content, not the work? If 1 chapter of a work is published today.. and another chapter added every year for 100 years, if the original chapter does not change, does copyright still apply to chapter 1? or are those books considered new works and only the new chapters protected?
Forget cost. What about convenience? People pay $1.89 for a single serve bottle of Soda at 7-11 when you can get the whole 2-liter for $1 at an actual grocery store.. but the 7-11 is on the corner and the grocery store is in town.
Cord cutter naysayers never consider the fact that I can watch Netflix or Hulu anywhere I can get a connection and at any time I want. I'm not glued to one or two rooms of my home.
I only subscribe to internet from my local cable company. To get the level of net I currently have and add cable i add 80 bucks to my bill, I subscribe to Netflix, Hulu and Amazon. I can assure you that does not cost me 80 bucks and I never run out of things to watch.
Comey is doing the equivalent of the latest street "justice" movements. He doesn't care what is right or wrong, he just wants "justice" which means an outcome he wants, not the outcome that's right.
He's trying do rail the public like I used to do my old boss. I'd give him the answer to his conundrum and if he disagreed we'd just discuss until he said what I started with and then I'd agree with him. Once the "nerds" start saying it's possible, he'll agree and we'll get screwed.
The difference is I was usually right when I told my boss something; Comey is so far off that his computer password is probably 12345. To quote Spaceballs: "So the combination is... one, two, three, four, five? That's the stupidest combination I've ever heard in my life! That's the kind of thing an idiot would have on his luggage!"
I am not a millennial. If anything, I'm Gen X. The Olympics once felt like it was coming and it was worth watching... but this year, they felt irrelevant and under promoted. I am a cord cutter. I have no cable in my house however I am an avid consumer of streaming. I subscribe to Netflix, Hulu an Amazon. I watch tons of youtube and the like. I listen to a few hours of radio each day. I felt like the Olympics were here before I even knew they were coming and even then I mostly heard about how they were restricting everything from those who weren't even official sponsors... how does one prevent a hashtag from being used, exactly?
The olympics are irrelevant now. When swimmers are getting 1 million dollar deals... I'm just not interested in watching spoiled kids play sports anymore.
Be fair. "Glitch" was the word you used, which means unintended and temporary... which would indicate your suggestion of "mis-function." that's why it's a glitch. You're making an incorrect assumption.
They word they used was "erroneously" which means WRONG. Wrong can be introduced many ways.. some of them are just like you say... intentional or laziness.. they admit it's wrong, without blaming any cause, and they are going to fix it.
All that aside, I'm already tired of the stupid "game" and I've not even installed it, let alone played it.
My old apartment complex went as far to include in my lease that I could only subscribe to ONE internet provider. Served by no less than 3, I was allowed access to only the worst of the 3. My street had 2 cable providers and DSL but I had to suffer through
Can we then assert that since computers are "hacked all the time" that a computer was already hacked at that time and being used covertly for such activities as this man was accused of? If it's a blanket sweep of every violation then it stands to reason that if JUST ONE person was already hacked and being used this way they AT LEAST ONE person would be pegged unjustly for a crime they didn't commit.
I would imagine the copyright is on the photo of the artwork not a new copyright on the artwork. Taking your own photo should result in yet another new copyright. That being said... if you're restricted from taking photographs, as many museums do, you have no way to display a photo of an artwork that isn't, in some way, a violation of the photographers copyright. Very poor ruling indeed.
How long before we see accusations that an innocent city boy was able to be recruited by ISIS on free city wi-fi and now it's all the cities fault? ...because personal accountability doesn't exist any more. Shame.
Hasn't the NFL been rather aggressive in Trademark disputes themselves? Aren't TV stations using "The Big Game" because of some stupid dispute over "The Super Bowl"?? and then the NFL went as far as to try and trademark "The Big Game" as well???
Maybe Dr. Pepper is stepping in out of fear that once the NFL owns a trademark they might pursue legal actions to stop others from using it. Dr. Pepper may just be issuing a pre-emptive strike.
We set the rules and you agree we set the rules simply by reading this sentence. Gotcha!