Re: tracing apps
Ah, I think I've received the same message... Download location seems to be at TotallyLegitApps.ru .
I'm sure nothing can go wrong with that.
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I'd like one that performed the CCTV equivalent of a SQL injection, in the style of the Laughing Man character from Ghost in the Shell Stand Alone Complex.
I think it would be cool to remotely crash the computers trying to run a face-recognition routine on my mug...
I'll reply in his/her stead.
I work for a bank based in a different European country, and each of our customers opening an account has to sign a form declaring that they aren't a citizen or prior resident of the US, and that form has to be archived and kept available for inspection.
Look up FATCA ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foreign_Account_Tax_Compliance_Act#International_implementation ). Now imagine if each country demanded similar paperwork...
But if it's true that NSO's spyware can't be used within the US or against US-registered numbers (as they write in thair reply to El Reg) that leaves only the country of the perpetrator, doesn't it?
Sorry but I fail to see the legal basis for suing in the US. If this passes, the family of everyone that's been killed by US-made weapons sold to foreign governments would have standing to sue the weapon manufacturer in the US...
Only available to corporations with a suitable number of licenses, I'm afraid... I've recently bought one such license off Amazon, and the seller subsequently reimbursed the purchase when I messaged them to the effect that the Microsoft dowload page they pointed me to only offered Pro and Home editions.
I haven't been able to find a download option on Microsoft's site that doesn't require credentials for the Volume Licensing Service Center, and I'm not going to use a dodgy torrent site to download my OS...
In my country you can generally cash cheques, provided that you bring them to the branch where the issuer's account is, the amount isn't too high and you show your ID. If there's any doubt, the cashier can verify via phone with the issuer.
Source: that was my job until a couple of years ago.
Assuming it was a same-named file in a different directory, it used to be possible; up to Excel 2010 you could do it by launching another instance of Excel.exe and opening the second spreadsheet in there with file-open. You had to switch by alt-tab instead of control-tab, but it was no biggie.
Sadly on Office 2016 applications are limited to a single instance, so this workaround is no longer possible...
>> (This is happening without TTIP.)
Yes, but at the moment McD cannot sue the city using as a venue an arbitration panel where "judges" are mostly nominated by USA-dominated international trade/financial bodies.
With the ISDS provisions in TTIP and CETA the odds are heavily stacked against non-U.S. entities.
Doesn't travel too well through some types of cloth like the aluminium-laced one in my ski suit, for example. Also, the human body contains a lot of water so – depending on where you're keeping your smartphone – can block the transmission, or make it draw much more power than a wired headphone.
We can't, because shuttles haven't got solar panels. Their electricity is provided by fuel cells, which entails their max autonomy is about two weeks; in the '70s energy efficiency wasn't a major project consideration for crew-carrying space vehicles.
A shuttle could probably be made to work with a hookup to the ISS power systems, but then its usefulness as lifeboat would be moot.
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