* Posts by dogwatch

8 posts • joined 16 Oct 2013

Tor is '90 per cent of the net' claims City of London Police Commish – and he's dead wrong

dogwatch

Re: It can't do.

From reading the comments here, the unfortunate police officer is obviously not alone in his feeble grasp of the Internet, so thanks for finally chiming in with a sanity check.

Have an upvote - wish I could give you many!

Boffins find ALIEN WORLD orbiting the Sun's LONG LOST TWIN

dogwatch

Re: Bad link.

The suffix is wrong, try this:

http://www.pattern-recogn-phys.net/2/1/2014/prp-2-1-2014.pdf

Pirate Bay ties up in Peru

dogwatch

Re: These pirates are thieves, not 'leftists'

Well, you _are fighting a tsunami - it's called 'the Internet', a.o.t.

The film and music industry will adjust, eventually. They have before, several times, but never willingly. They never learn. The IT revolution is changing everything. Everything. Even me...

NSA-friendly cyber-slurp law CISPA back on the table with new Senate bill

dogwatch

Why CISPA?

"... there is a valid case for legislation that would allow greater information sharing between government and commerce about the latest computer security threats ..."

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Pardon my ignorance, but why do they need a (new) law for this?

America: Land of the free, still home of the BIGGEST spammers on the planet

dogwatch

Nigeria?

So where is Nigeria? Was it filtered out?

Assange: 'Ecuadorian embassy staff are like my family'

dogwatch

Re: Deluded

"is there is anywhere in the world where you are more likely to get a fair trial?"

Seems to me you and Assange both are / have been somewhat deluded about the Swedish justice system, and probably about things Swedish altogether. Things are often not what they seem to ignorant foreign journalists. Don't get blinded by propaganda.

dogwatch

Re: What really pisses me off

"he was explicitly asked to wear a condom but didn't."

How do you know?

dogwatch

Re: Even assuming the Swedish allegations are false and are dropped...

@Scorchio!!: True. Also, the Swedish allegations have all the signs of a classical honey trap. Knowing where the women - and their counsellor(!) - are coming from, as well as what legal shenanigans took place _before Assange left Sweden, there is no doubt in my mind that Sweden would have gladly extradited Assange to the US. As they are wont to; cf. CIA 'renditions'. As it turned out, Assange outwitted them all. For now...

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