Following EU Ruling, BBC Article Excluded From Google Searches
Let's just get this out of the way now: If Hitler were alive today he'd be able to have Google remove all links to anything relating to himself as the Nazi leader.
He could ask that if you search for his name, you won't find any links about him being the Nazi leader. However, if you search for Nazi leader, all these links would show up again. Same for 'genocide jews', ... Google only has to remove the link between a search term and a search result. It doesn't delete the actual search result from it's index.
Google Starts Removing Search Results After EU Ruling
It's not like removing the information from their index without removing it from an actual website is going to make the information 'private' again.
Nope, because google does not have to remove it from their index. All they have to remove is the link between a search term and a search result. The result can still show up if you use a different search term.
EU High Court To Review US-EU Data Safe Harbor Agreement
And leave behind a 500M people market? Abandon all their current contract and cloud services? I don't think so. The EU is the second biggest market after China.
Even if they do, several European companies will quickly fill the void (like in China) and the USA based companies will have an extra couple of competitors in the world.
Your Old CD Collection Is Dying
Rip the entire cd to one flac file and a cue file?
GNU Mailman 3 Enters Beta
Sympa is quite good but used mostly in France.
Facebook Debuts New Gender Options, Pronoun Choices
Well, there are open minded when it comes to gender but don't you dare to upload a picture of a mother who is breast-feeding her child.
Beheading, on the other hand are OK.
Ubuntu Touch On a Nexus 7: "Almost Awesome"
The only thing proprietary are the video drivers and that's because GPU vendors are douche bags.
Ubuntu Touch uses libhybris to use the same proprietary drivers as android. In that regard it's not more open dan android itself.
Un-Un-Pentium On Your Periodic Table of the Elements?
No physical properties?
that's not true.
Name one that has been measured. We don't know anything for sure expect the decay.
Everything else comes from theoretical calculations and predictions.
Un-Un-Pentium On Your Periodic Table of the Elements?
Nobody is going to make you a car out of this, but some of these 'exotic' materials they need to create in a lab can tell us some interesting things about the early universe.
It's not gonna tells us much as it is extremely short lived. They haven't 'seen' the atom itself. They measured it's decay products. There are no physical properties known of un-un-pentium because it's extremely difficult to measure anything about it.
The CIA Wants To Know How To Control the Climate
Our carbon foot print is big because our living standard is high but if you look at and activity basis rather than a per capita basis we do things with higher carbon efficiencies than most of the world.
Most (western) European countries have an equally high living standard but a considerable lower carbon footprint. I doubt that bringing activity into the calculation will change much...
Sophisticated Apache Backdoor In the Wild
rpm -V httpd ?
Not that difficult to put in a cron job.
A Moon Base Made From Lunar Dust
The desert was hostile too.
So was the arctic.
And the ocean.
And beneath it.
And atmosphere above 15k feet.
They are all still very hostile to humans. None of those places support permanent human life. We can survice there, but only for a little while. You always need a vast influx of energy/materials from the outside. And that is very expensive on the moon.
FreeBSD Throws the Clang/LLVM Switch: Future Releases Use LLVM
The reason FreeBSD switches to clang/LLVM is the license: BSD instead of GPLv3.
You should give clang a try. The LLVM has a much cleaner api then gcc and the error message's are also more readeable. In terms of speed, the difference is shrinking with each release.
Massachusetts May Soon Change How the Nation Dies
Euthanasia is already legal in The Nederlands and Belgium since 2002. The law there has simular requirements as this proposal. There is even discussion to extend the law to the case of alzheimer patients and under age patients.
High School Students Sue Federal Gov't Over Global Warming
Seriously dude, the name Greenland has nothing to do with the actual climate. There are serveral theories about the name but none are that it was a green place a 1000 years ago.
Of course, when you tell someone that they will be travelling with you to a place that is barren, cold and inhospitable you may have trouble convincing even a Viking to come with you. So instead, Erik (according to popular legend) called the island Greenland and instead painted the island as being a wonderful place to settle.
Mozilla Ponders Major Firefox UI Refresh
Why is mozilla so desperately trying to clone Chrome? The UI is fine as it is on the desktop, not to big, not to small.
Valve's Steam & Games Coming To Linux
Seriously, one the same day: http://games.slashdot.org/story/12/04/25/1241241/phoronix-confirms-gnulinux-steam-and-source-engine-clients
Indian Government To Track Locations of All Cell Phone Users
With 1B inhabitants, that's a hell of a lot of data to store. Privacy issue aside, I really wonder if there're not drowning themselfs in data...
New Particle Identified At LHC
You look at the decay modes. The know what the put in and they see the end result of the decay. With energy, mass, momentum conversation, they can reconstruct the decay. And if you find enough statistical evidence to support your claim, they you have found a 'new' particle.
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