Britain's GCHQ Attacked Anonymous Supporters With DDoS
> That's because in the US people are citizens, in the UK they are subjects.
This isn't true for most people in the UK for the last 30 years.
Jury Rules Google Violated Java Copyright, Google Moves For Mistrial
> I find it unlikely the judge isn't already familiar with it.
In fact, the Judge has already asked Oracle and Google to submit briefs on how they think the EU ruling has bearing on their arguments.
Anti-Education Attack Poisons 150 Afghan Schoolgirls
Except that would be Shinto, not Buddhist.
UN Backs Action Against Colonel Gaddafi
He did. He was only a Captain when he took over the country. He promoted himself to Colonel.
Making Airport Scanners Less Objectionable
If a 6 year old could do it in Photoshop, then the same 6 year old probably could undo it too. Just run the distortion with opposite paramaters (shrink where you stretched, and stretch where you shrank) and you end up with the original image again.
I seem to recall a few years ago, a police agency cracking a child pr0n case by undoing a distortion made on the perpetrator's face in the images.
France Bans Use of 2.0
This sort of thing usually happens around once per year. Not as odd as you'd think.
Netcraft Shows Smartech Running Ohio Election Servers
The USA's own intelligence isn't good enough for it? Or they didn't bother doing their own legwork?