The Department of Homeland Security Needs Its Own Edward Snowden
There's just something funny about the idea that our civilian population needs to create an informal spy agency to help it spy on its own government - that's essentially what we're proposing here.
Let me make this perfectly clear. There is not a single fucking thing about that proposition that is funny whatsoever.
Those who died for our freedoms we're losing aren't laughing.
I think he said it rhetorically.
CNN iPhone App Sends iReporters' Passwords In the Clear
CNN has reporters? When did that start?
Ha! I'd mod you up if I could
Rand Paul and Silicon Valley's Shifting Political Climate
keep your "benefits". I'll keep the wages I earned from my labor.
Interesting. So you will give up the infrastructure that supplies you with your daily needs? Best you get off that road, turn off that light, water, etc. and make sure you never lose your job because you will get no help whatsoever.
Google's Project Zero Aims To Find Exploits Before Attackers Do
All software that touches the Internet?
Good luck with that.
The lightbulb I've most recently acquired ...
Once the law came in banning 100 watt bulbs I went and bought a crap load of them. CFLs are junk in cold temps...
Iranian Hacker Group Created Fake News Organization For Social Engineering
Thank goodness the NSA was on top of this and notified everyone of the threat. Tanks NSA...
Chinese Professor Sues Google, Yahoo Over Search Exclusion
...But I also agree to whomever said it before me (if someone actually did) that it is not the company's fault for the filtering - its the fault of the government (law). This guy is suing the wrong parties. He should be suing the party who enacted the law.
I feel for Google and Yahoo in this instance. Why should they spend thousands of dollars in legal fees when the actions are out of their control?