Re: Bloody hell ...
Maybe they should add blood doning achievements or counts to FB?
25 publicly visible posts • joined 24 Jun 2009
Despite abandoning it years ago, I found my old Geocities now being hosted at oocities.com so they may not be all gone.
As for this story, this is such a non-event story. The files told me that they had found a couple of thousand people who had the same name as me, and didn't find the link to my url. And so what if they did, it's not as if it's not available from Google anyway.
Something missing from this story here. Maybe he was talking about police to someone else on the plane and was after the steward/ess overheard.
Since when is it a crime to ask if there are police aboard a plane. Yes, she could decline to answer for security purposes, that's fine, but to kick someone off the plane, for that...
What about people who are reported as dead, who then have their email account hacked. They email FB saying, "but I'm not dead". FB reopens their account and the grieving relatives then get asked if they want to join their Mafia and get a penis enhancement from the dead, etc.
Don't get me wrong.. I think this is a nice idea. But yes, I could see how this could be a nightmare to administer.
Well the people who will see the billboard will also be able to see the cars in front of the billboard so DPA-wise, it's hardly telling anyone anything they couldn't find out if they used their eyes?
As for it not being an 'appropriate' use, I think a different word might be more appropriate here?
Not surprised FB don't seem to be bothered. I mean where would this end? Anyone can set up a group about anyone, celeb or otherwise, and say 'I hate such and such' or 'I love such and such' - In fact for every I love one, there is usually an I hate one. There are loads already out there and if every person decided to sue FB over it... well it's just a fail to even consider that to start with.
Sorry, but as some have pointed out, this is ridiculous.
1. At one point, round my neck of the woods, police travelled on a bus route because of abuse and vandalism - in fact, I think they changed the bus route altogether in the end. So buses are quite notorious for trouble and thieves looking for a good place to pick up some valuable tech might start using the buses more - joy.
2. Never mind being fed up of the headphones next to you, what about the laptop digging into your seat space as well.
3. @Lionel Baden, imagine how many sick people could UPLOAD child pornography from the (dis)comfort of their bus seat?
4. What about privacy? At least on a train, you might not have someone peering over you but it would be harder to get privacy on a bus.
5. if the reception is as good as the time keeping of buses round here during rush hours, you can forget it.
6. Oh yeah, and they will up the price for this - count on that.
Could we one day see cross SCREEN script vulnerabilities where ads can be hijacked?
The school kid could one day be telling his/her parent he/she is studying the book from school, but the video inside has been replaced with something less/more educational. ;)
All this is assuming this thing is programmable/hackable, cheap enough and this actually gets taken up. If it is, in fact, environmentally unfriendly, expensive, non-reusable, etc, then well...
Well the law is on the criminal's side in the UK. If a would-be/caught robber injures themselves as a result of a flowerpot in the wrong place or something, they would attempt to sue the home owner and probably succeed, due to the ridiculous of the law in this country.
Therefore if they used your network and their password was ripped or device got infected, etc, causing damages, costs, etc, they will probably end up being able to sue the home owner again.
However laws on this work out, the innocent law abiding users will end up in some big news story about being unfairly treated, at least in the UK. In the states, they will probably just be able to shoot someone in self defence if they detect them using their network. :)
At home my mobile links into a wifi network and i can chat to any of my friends using any number of internet chat programs, via text or voice using an app on the phone. If I want to send a picture, etc, and I can't be bothered to go to my PC, I could still use the wifi on the mobile. Should I want to go as far as the garden to chat to them, I can use the cordless land line phone. Seems little point in paying for this facility to me.