Having cracked the glass on my £500+ Nexus 6, I'm now faced with a £220 repair bill or £75 insurance excess with a Note 4 replacement. I'm done with big name flagship phones. Roll on the Wileyfox.
12 publicly visible posts • joined 21 Jun 2007
Outside of the envelope
Going forward iHTML is the clearly best way to retrofit your code and future proof your backwards compatible name servers. The current HTML model is way to complex for today's hardware and lends itself to cable friction burn when downloading large files over 10kg per square hectare.
Personally I can't wait for Apple to release it's iUSB cable so I can hook up my brain to iTunes and filter out bad thoughts.
Do Apple a favour & turn yourself in
Thank you so much from protecting me from myself. Had I downloaded the C64 app I may have inadvertently downloaded a 25 year old game without the appropriate copyright license. Leading to the collapse of the entertainment industry and hefty prison sentence for myself. If only other products that I own and have paid for would censor me in the same way.
I'm praying for the day my iMac alerts me when I'm whistling a tune with out written consent from the original copyright holder.
Eh... Don't think so.
Having had the misfortune to be an Eircom customer in the past this doesn't surprise me. Under Eircom Ireland have enjoyed some of the highest call charges in Europe and up until recently the poorest broadband saturation in the EU.
I don't think this move by IRMA will have a long lasting affect. By their logic every search engine should also be blocked. People will either defect to other ISPs or come up with a work around [a la TOR / Proxy Servers] . PB are hardly the only indexing site out there.
Yeah! What about the Pr0n and P2P?
I'm amazed that the two biggest aspects of the internet fail to make an impact on this report. Adult content & "illegal" file sharing. It must be the good clean lifestyle the Irish are living. Gambling, shopping, and checking your parents email is as bad as it gets.