FCC To Rule On "Paid Prioritization" Deals By Internet Service Providers
> In the next Presidential election, vote for the a candidate who will push for net neutrality if that's important to you.
The current president did say he was going to change a lot of stuff but changed his tune after he got in office.
Remote Exploit Vulnerability Found In Bash
Cygwin's bash 4.1.11(6) is no longer vulnerable.
Ubuntu's bash 4.3.11(1) is no longer vulnerable
Airbnb To Start Collecting Hotel Tax On Rentals In San Francisco
Assuming you work with people in your office. Due to globalization, there are a lot of groups that are dispersed and people work with others across cities, states, continents for a majority of their work.
Wheel Damage Adding Up Quickly For Mars Rover Curiosity
> unless you'd like to point out what makes you remotely credible in this field
slashdotter with low id number.
Grad Student Rigs Cheap Alternative To $1,000 Air Purifiers In Smoggy China
How quickly would those filters clog up when bombarded with concentrated pollutants and probably high heat?
French Provider Free Could Buy US Branch of T-Mobile
Free is the French ISP whose business model influenced sonic.net in the US--no limits/caps, all features included for one price. If Free continues its disruptive model, I think that would be a good thing for consumers.
Exodus Intelligence Details Zero-Day Vulnerabilities In Tails OS
They're either selling or sold the vulnerability to government agencies or just FUD against Tails.
The Computer Security Threat From Ultrasonic Networks
An easier way is just cheap speakers doing what they do best.
Linux Mint 17 'Qiana' Released
They either need their own repository or clearly mark their changes. In the past, there have been changes where it's not clear what is Mint-specific.
Hundreds of Cities Wired With Fiber, But Telecom Lobbying Keeps It Unusable
Heard good things about xmission.
Linux Mint 17 'Qiana' Released
Did they fix the update printing out diffs based on Mint's modifications of some configuration files and one needs to choose the conflict resolution?
If you've been using computers for 30 years, you should have used it but not in this article's context. My first thought was XON/XOFF was being deprecated, as in ^S/^Q in a TTY.
Your Old CD Collection Is Dying
You're assuming the medium in which you've saved your FLAC files is safe from bitrot.
Meet the Diehards Who Refuse To Move On From Windows XP
A program like SuRun will take care of exceptions automatically.
Dyn.com Ends Free Dynamic DNS
I got an account to afraid.org several days ago. I thought as an owner of a private domain, you are allowed to reject the subdomains before they can be active. Isn't this so?
Ask Slashdot: User-Friendly Firewall For a Brand-New Linux User?
You a word there.
I think you meant Windows does the same thing? Indeed, netsh is used to manage firewall rules on the command line level, and the Windows firewall snapin uses netsh. There are 3rd-party programs that replace the snapin or make it more intuitive like wfc from BiniSoft. I'm not sure if it replaces the regular snapin or runs on top of it.
The Inside Story of Gmail On Its Tenth Anniversary
Outlook also had AJAX first. GMail was the among the first free webmail to use AJAX.
Tesla Model S Gets Titanium Underbody Shield, Aluminum Deflector Plates
F1 comes to mind
New Attack Hijacks DNS Traffic From 300,000 Routers
I just saw a new AT&T subscriber where its Motorola 3347 router allowed it to be managed via the WAN port. But it does have the password set to a number on the label. Most routers today are capable of TR-069 so the ISPs are more than capable enough to do this management. But do they?
Ask Slashdot: Do You Still Trust Bitcoin?
Ask that to people who have lost homes.
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