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Google and Facebook: Unelected Superpowers?

noh8rz2 Re:Who watches the watchers (243 comments)

3) The United States Federal Government was obstinately set up to minimize the aforementioned trend, but several big mistakes (Reynolds v. Sims and the 17th Amendment top the list) along the way and 200 years of mission creep have undermined most of the protections put in place.

I never understood why people complain about the second amendment. How could the direct election of senators be a bad thing? Being a senator used to be the ultimate political patronage job, reserved for robber barons and others with lots of state influence. Now they are elected by the people of the state. What is the heathy problem here. How does that weaken the nation and freedom?

about 5 months ago
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7-inch Google Tablet Coming From ASUS

noh8rz2 Re:Yep. (151 comments)

dude, you better buy iPads, or else you'll end up like this guy. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JXx3f3bx4gs. I assure you, nobody but hardcore motogoog heads want a tablet made by ASUS. Protip - last generation iPads are $400.

more than 2 years ago
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Microsoft To Shut Down App Store For Windows Mobile

noh8rz2 Re:M$ Fails, America wins! (154 comments)

Why were you found guilty of monopoly ten yers ago?

more than 2 years ago
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US Shuts Down Canadian Gambling Site With Verisign's Help

noh8rz2 Re:GAMBLING FUNDS TERRORISM!!!11! (354 comments)

Well, it looks like our fun has come to an end - I made the mistake of posting a pro-apple comment to a motogoog thread, and got down modded into oblivion. It was fun to troll and counter-troll with you. Btw did you ever check the ip address? It points to slashdot.org! Here comes noh8rz3...

more than 2 years ago
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Google, Motorola Ordered To Provide Android Info To Apple

noh8rz2 Re:Apple becoming a patent troll? (240 comments)

sorry, i didn't realize that clearly articulated logical points were considered trolling,,, but maybe that's the new standard these days? is it easier to throw around ad-hominems than reply to straightforward assertions?

more than 2 years ago
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Google, Motorola Ordered To Provide Android Info To Apple

noh8rz2 Re:Apple becoming a patent troll? (240 comments)

hey andydread or should I say android-head? if schmidt didn't get a DVD with the source code, how were they able to create android so quickly from scratch? how come so many of the features and API are the same word for word? and how come he used to be on the board, but was fired?

more than 2 years ago
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Google, Motorola Ordered To Provide Android Info To Apple

noh8rz2 Re:Apple becoming a patent troll? (240 comments)

Except that android is a blatant rip of apple from when schmidt was on the board. Pretty cool when you're a board member and have access to source code.

more than 2 years ago
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US Shuts Down Canadian Gambling Site With Verisign's Help

noh8rz2 Re:GAMBLING FUNDS TERRORISM!!!11! (354 comments)

ATTN: SLASHDOT MODERATORS

Please flag this account for abuse and inspect the account holder's conduct against TOS and applicable Internet regulations. FYI his IP address is 216.34.181.45.

more than 2 years ago
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Google: IE Privacy Policy Is Impractical

noh8rz2 Re:Dear Google (258 comments)

Based on your comment I recorded your ip as 164.34.181.45. Please note that this identifying information is now "out there" and consider being more considerate in future comments.

more than 2 years ago
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X Server Now Available For Android

noh8rz2 Re:Sounds funky but (131 comments)

I don't get it. You mean that sprint doesn't have data caps. But it does! There are dta caps on all US companies now.

more than 2 years ago
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X Server Now Available For Android

noh8rz2 Re:Reinveting the Wheel, Backwards (131 comments)

ANdroid is still proprietary, unfortunately it's proprietary with apple and cisco's technology! Hence the lawsuits over stolen technology.

more than 2 years ago
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X Server Now Available For Android

noh8rz2 Re:Sounds funky but (131 comments)

Why would anybody want to run a server from a phone? The data caps would kill you, not to mention the throughpu! And what about battery life! Can you still make calls? Play games?

more than 2 years ago
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LulzSec Leader Sabu Unmasked, Arrested and Caught Collaborating

noh8rz2 Re:Hey wait a sec (511 comments)

Congress voted for war in Iraq so stfu until you have some facts at the table, peacenik.

more than 2 years ago
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LulzSec Leader Sabu Unmasked, Arrested and Caught Collaborating

noh8rz2 Re:Hey wait a sec (511 comments)

Technically, guantanamo is in US, not Cuba. Generally speaking its on the Cuban island, but if you want to be technical, please specify that it is US.

more than 2 years ago
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Google: IE Privacy Policy Is Impractical

noh8rz2 Re:Dear Google (258 comments)

Please stop! I will report you to Slashdot and the relevant Internet authorities. Where do you live please? And your IP address?

more than 2 years ago

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Don't be evil? Google hacks mobile and desktop Safari to override cookie setting

noh8rz2 noh8rz2 writes  |  more than 2 years ago

noh8rz2 (2538714) writes "9to5mac article says: Internet giant Google has found itself in a middle of a potential PR nightmare following aWall Street Journalarticlethis morning. The article asserts that“Google Inc. and other advertising companies have been bypassing the privacy settings of millions of people using Apple Inc.’s Web browser on their iPhones and computers”in order to follow iPhone users even after they explicitly set Safari’s privacy controls to disable such tracking.

Stanford researcher Jonathan Mayer found out that although mobile Safari’s default setting blockscookies from third parties and advertisers, Google and advertising companies Media Innovation Group,Vibrant Media and Gannett PointRollfooled mobile Safari into thinking“a person was submitting an invisible form to Google”, letting them in turn install a tracking cookie on users’ iPhones and PCs without their consent.

Google apparently disabled the problematic code afterbeing contacted by the paper."

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