It's a classification error.
It's a classification error.
> My guess is that he wants to be done with the site
This makes a lot of sense. It feels like he's very eager to throw the towel into the ring.
Just create a $0.10 per pop Download button in Youtube and look how fast you'll be cashing in.
Google Chat was fine but they had to screw it up again
Besides the obvious privacy concerns, wouldn't backdoors give terrorists and other bad guys a new, incredibly useful attack vector? As soon as a common backdoor is implemented on all devices, that would immediately become the most valuable target for hackers. What if a government employee goes rogue or is "convinced" to share information on how to gain access. What about the devs who implement the backdoors? You're never going to keep that secret. As the story goes, all architects and builders of the Taj Mahal were killed after finishing the project to protect the secrets of their trade. Is that the next step to "protect" us?
Even if I were considering a subscription, which I am most definitely *not*, I'd say $52 / year is ridiculously overpriced.
It compares in no way to the ad revenue that I'd generate, and I also think it's an exaggeration of the value of their content.
I do pay for Google Drive expanded storage ($6 / year) Reddit Gold ($30 / year), but only because I'm spending most of my web time using these services.
Those 3 or 4 articles a year I'd read on Wired will be covered elsewhere and won't be missed at all.
President America, shut down everything!
So, one of those messages *must* be the clear text. Congratulate yourself, you've now broken the encryption.
> One-time pad based encryptions are never breakable
They are breakable if you simply brute-force your way through all possible pad contents, have enough time to wait for all the results and have a way to verify that you've found the cleartext message.
Can you please stop whining about tech career discrimination? Ever considered that people might actually *not want* to work in IT?
There are less girls in tech, because girls generally find it boring. And it's their right to have that opinion. Stop trying to change the world to your miserable, limited view of how it should be.
Older programmers don't work because they cashed big when they were the rockstar programmers themselves 30 years ago and now are in early retirement. Or they no longer need to markets themselves because they are chased by headhunters anyway.
Please stop this sick communistic world view that everyone should be exactly the same, isn't diversity and freedom to develop yourself something that America was once proud of? Get off my lawn you dirty commies!!
Dude, relax. I wasn't commenting at all on what you said about the way authorities handle this. I merely pointed out that exit nodes work in a certain way. I was neither agreeing nor disagreeing with you, and certainly not "assuming" anything.
The analogy would be a bit different for a TOR exit node, I'd think. You'd be carrying the safe, but as soon as stuff is put in there, you can see what is going in and where it came from. The only thing an exit node can not see is whom it is addressed to. So there is some level of knowledge that an exit node could have, although they can't point a finger to whom is loading it. Then again, whether you choose to log any of it or not is an entirely different matter. You could also rightfully claim to not have any logs or records for a regular web server for that matter (send all output to
> It is very frustrating, and I don't know what the solution is
It's probably more frustrating to all the girl you're trying to push into a career they're not interested in.
Stop forcing your will onto people! Let them develop their own lives!
The fact someone chooses another career path than what you had in mind for them is NOT a problem.
Crazy Americans trying to 'cure' gays and force girls to program.
Bunch of fascist brain washers!
Well I heard this bite tornado stuff also seems to have a pretty extensive library of media available, but probably won't be able to afford that high quality stuff
The harder you curse while making your point, the less I'm convinced by your arguments.
Their idea of an offer you can't refuse is an offer... and you'd better not refuse.