5 Years Later, 'Do Not Track' System Ineffective
Exactly, the euphemism "tracking" should be dropped and it should be called by its proper name: stalking.
I hope, most likely in vain, that cyberstalking laws could (one day) be used against these stalking advertisers.
David Cameron Wants the Guardian Investigated Over Snowden Files
According to Julian Borger, diplomatic editor of The Guardian, they destroyed the hard drives containing the files so they could keep reporting about the case.
NSA files: why the Guardian in London destroyed hard drives of leaked files
Snowden Shortlisted For Europe's Top Human Rights Award
If she wasn't killed you would have never heard of her.
Reality proves you wrong.
Bradley Manning Sentenced To 35 Years
Serving your country and serving your government are not necessarily the same thing. I think Manning was serving his country but not his government.
Are There Any Real Inventors Left?
The light bulb is probably seen as a symbol for electric lighting, which was of course much more revolutionary than the iPhone.
You Can't Say That On the Internet
Right, then the offended person is no true Christian. Maybe a Scotsman?
Avian Flu Researcher Plans to Defy Dutch Ban On Publishing Paper
And fuck the Americans too?
Initially the Dutch government had no problems with the scientists publishing their research.
It was the US government didn't want the paper to be published and they somehow made the Dutch government take the same stance on the issue.
(In Dutch) Article from University of Wageningen about the issue
NTSB Recommends Cell Phone Ban For Drivers
Traffic has changed much since the 70s, at least where I live, roads have become much more crowded. Nowadays traffic demands much more attention than in those days.That's a major reason why there is much more discussion about distractions in traffic now.
ACTA Signed By 8 of 11 Participating Countries
Not all EU members accept the same currency, the UK, for example, has its own currency. And not all EU members have signed the Schengen Area, which is the 'borderless' area. Its more complicated than you think.
GM Is Selling Saab To Spyker Cars
According to the page you are linking to:
Ferdinand Porsche designed and built a four-wheel driven Electric vehicle for the k. u. k. Hofwagenfabrik Ludwig Lohner & Co. at Vienna in 1899, presented to the public during the 1900 World Exhibition at Paris.
The first four-wheel drive car, as well as hill-climb racer, with internal combustion engine, the Spyker 60 H.P., was presented in 1903 by Dutch brothers Jacobus and Hendrik-Jan Spijker of Amsterdam.
UK Wants To Phase Out Checks By 2018
By using SMS: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rabo_Mobiel
At What Temperature (F) Do You Prefer Your Nerd Cave?
Fahrenheit means nothing to the public in large sections of the world.
Fahrenheit is an aftershave, isn't it?
Illinois Declares Pluto a Planet
I always thought that the official name was Sol and Sun was just english for Sol, and the same for Luna/Moon.
Are there any other languages that use the names "Sun" and "Moon"?
Who Should Be the First US Copyright Czar?
...Emperor of these United States...
Or, to use the Slavic denomination, the Czar of the United States.