"Game After Ambush can also hook into the Army's real-world computer battle command systems..."
QUICK! Someone find Matthew Broderick!
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Dave... mate... as Patrick Ernst intelligently pointed out, if Aussies were afraid of sex, we'd have adopted the filter. It's huge failure can only sensibly be interpreted as an invitation to the rest of the world to get over here and get freaky.
I wonder how many more times the fabulous Mr Rudd will be made to look bad by the backwards policies and projects implemented by the previous government. Who was that guy anyway? John something or other...
Everyone is going on about principals, and that's great, but come on... get real. Google aren't doing any harm whatsoever, especially considering the limitations of the effect (Google toolbar installed, 404 page < 512 bytes)
Google is clearly trying to help, albeit with their brand name in full view. They are providing a service, and they are not withholding or changing any of the information being passed to the user by the web server (ie: page not found, 404)
Rogers, however, is actively lying to the user, and that is the big difference.
"Bernstein Research estimated that 1 million iPhones, or a full 27 per cent of the handsets sold to date, are running on unauthorized networks. At that rate, Apple could lose $1bn in revenue over the next two years."
Have you not considered that *maybe*... just maybe... some of those 1 million users would never have bought the iPhone if it wasn't unlockable?
It should read like this:
"Bernstein Research estimated that 1 million iPhones, or a full 27 per cent of the handsets sold to date, are running on unauthorized networks. It is estimated that Apple has made $XXX due to sales of unlockable iPhones; an unexpected bonus for the companies bottom line."