Re: It's basically a licence to print money
Not even governments can be trusted with that kind of responsibilty!
Fixed that for you
108 posts • joined 15 Jun 2009
Why the HELL are these connected up to a web-facing network? Sounds like something even a secondary-school student would catch as a security risk.
Fine, keep it on an intranet, with maybe a VPN login if you really need it, but this? It just smacks of slap-dash development.
"PayPal has shut the account WikiLeaks used to take donations, saying that the site violated its terms of service."
"Amazon claims its decision was not in response to a government inquiry, while EveryDNS said it booted WikiLeaks because of heavy DDoS attacks directed at the site"
If they get this patent, all my dreams for awesome laptops with touch-screens are going flying out the window.
I just hope the patent troll/hideously-deformed-creature/overweight-american has enough common sense to turn it down.
Who am I kidding, of course they'll approve it. *Mutters, contemplates murder*
I have handled one for a few days, and I /still/ can't work out what it is for.
It is basically a giant iTouch, anything that i can do on it, i can either do on my iTouch, or my laptop. As far as I can see, apple have created a niche for their product where one didnt exist.
How is this possible?
"a determined adversary will always - always - be able to penetrate a targeted system."
Not mine you won't.
Not when its encased in foot-thick concrete at the bottom of the ocean!
Or, to be more realistic, a nice fat air gap between the net adaptor port and the Cat5. (simples!)
#format USA: /q
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