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Fertility Clinic Bows To Pressure, Nixes Eye- and Hair-Color Screening

Trivial_Zeros Re:it IS a big deal (847 comments)

you even said why it is a big deal yourself in the last sentence

why do a bunch of innocent men deserve a sad lonely miserable existence without a wife, simply for the sake of a barbaric and pointless belief?

Sad, miserable existence without a wife? I think you've got that confused, good sir.

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Comcast Intercepts and Redirects Port 53 Traffic

Trivial_Zeros Re:Fuck `Em All (527 comments)

It's not evil... It's Comcastic!

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Is Arizona's Internet Voting System Safe Enough?

Trivial_Zeros Re:Safe or not... (171 comments)

Simple. Have one of the questions be: "Is a member of the mafia standing behind you." Of course, since if a member of the mafia is standing behind them, they will be forced to reply "No", make sure that the answer is switched.

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Geolocating software pirates using Google Maps

Trivial_Zeros Trivial_Zeros writes  |  more than 5 years ago

Trivial_Zeros (1058508) writes "V.i labs released a new product, claiming: "CodeArmor Intelligence has new advanced reporting capabilities that allow ISVs to maximize data collection from environments running pirated software. Once piracy is detected, multiple layers of reporting ensure ISVs can successfully identify businesses using unlicensed software anywhere in the world. After the data is collected at a gateway server, geo-location information can be automatically added and reported to the CodeArmor Intelligence reporting plug-in for Salesforce.com to view the location of the infringing business through Google Maps.""
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Geolocating software pirates using Google Maps

Trivial_Zeros Trivial_Zeros writes  |  more than 5 years ago

Trivial_Zeros (1058508) writes "CodeArmor Intelligence has new advanced reporting capabilities that allow ISVs to maximize data collection from environments running pirated software. Once piracy is detected, multiple layers of reporting ensure ISVs can successfully identify businesses using unlicensed software anywhere in the world. After the data is collected at a gateway server, geo-location information can be automatically added and reported to the CodeArmor Intelligence reporting plug-in for Salesforce.com to view the location of the infringing business through Google Maps."
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