other subjects "not fit for open trial"
ok so anything the party says so ....
If i was a BN(O) i'd be on the next transport option to UK
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They will continue to have British National (Overseas) status and have 5 years leave to remain.
After 5 years, with the status of British National (Overseas), literally all you have to do is prove that you lived in uk for 5 years and had BN(O) status, then you pay £1220 and get to be a British National (without the brackets)
OWASP 2010 = OWASP 2020
coders can't program, but still convince themselves this scripting is proper programming, and libraries full of uselless code that sticks even more attack surface on your project are still a good idea. I'm all for not re-inventing th wheel, but use the wheel, not the whole cart
Your provision of cheap fast broadband.
You know that cabinet down the road with the "Super Fast Fibre Enabled Here" sticker on it, well theres some lovley bits of Huawei kit in it that convert the signal from that copper/Alu to your house to the lovely electro-optical fibre, that goes back to the exchange, Tripling that broadband speed.
the more research they do in the UK, the more likley we have our own industry built around it, supplying better and faster kit to the core of our networks, allowing better quality, faster, Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, Disney+, AppleTV, BritBox or whatever, and lightm=ning fast download speeds with no lag....
with DoH only you and Comcast (and whoever they flog the information to) know the content of your request, with plain old DNS anyone can see whats in the request anywhere between you and comcast
This is the difference, its slight, but better ...
DoT would also serve this purpose and allow DNS traffic to be treated diffently
But as said before DoT or DoH is only one part of securing DNS, you still need to sort the other bits to make the whole lot worth while.
the problem is the ones they are using as an excuse to enforce the law are the ones who will scale the fence, and escape.
still the whole thing is like the Uk DRIPA, RIPA and DEA, an assault on one of the UN's core treaties: Universal Declaration of Human Rights:
Article 12 fits this, but others apply
the issue isnt the software, or the "computer," it can only work on the data it has, the problem is the training datasets and posibly the programmers.
If the training database was more representative and the model assumtions tested for bias, Facial recognition would be a lot better.
That would be the lovely phrase "Undertaking"
It has already been proved by (Google Spain v AEPD and Mario Costeja González) that this would mean Alphabet in the case of an subsidury.
So the GDPR supposedly has a big stick, if the Lead Authority is any use, unfortunatley, most of the big outfits have their for europe in Ireland and the Irish data Protection Office is about as usefull as a $notUsefulThing
Acountability is an issue, but ESA is full of them, its leadership is fighting with itself, and its not a particularly well functioning organisation.
The Chinese and Russian Systems have probably suffered with less issues due to the Single nation state involved and the more authoritarian structures from the top down, along with the National Spotlight and Political will to get the systems operational
Abandon IR35 and corporation tax, treat limited companies as persons, as they are defined by law.
Then everyone pays the same tax.
Companies or legal persons pay the same, Natural persons do.
this also fixes the Amazon and Google issue, if you have income in the state it is taxed, not taking into account all the loophole licencing agreements ....
the link does not refer to any use of mounted units and deploying armed soldiers, is not the same as ordering them to fire, at least its better than a cavalry charge e.g. Peterloo Massacre
which lead to the Great reform Act, and subsequent acts of franchisement.
The police use of mounted officers has been ongoing for 200 years at various levels, the horses are well trained to work in the environment of a crowd and incidents of bolting are rare to non-existant.
They provide great value to the crowd and the police involved, allowing a better view of the crowd, and for officeres to be seen, also allowing them to react and move through/with the crowds, for a more independant and detailed study of the benefits see:
if you had Ipv8 with a 48bit address, with NAT and dual stack at each organisation boundary, there are very few orgs that use more than an IPv4 /8 internally, and they can switch to v8 internally.
Address exhaustion was not the issue v6 was supposed to solve, it was the lack of AS numbers, v4 hardware and base BGP only supports 16-bit AS numbers which we ran out of in about 2015, wheras to support 32-bit AS numbers you need bigger buffers and registers, that then IPv6 was invented for.
the v6 address space is excessive, it has 7 addresses for every atom in every human on the planet
NATdoes provide security in so far as the machines behind it are not directly addressable from outside, and configured correctly, people only have access to specific services on specific devices
yeah but the CPUs and chipsets generally come from US or related companies, although the actions of Cheeto in Chief have lead them to accelerate their in house design efforts
HCSEC have a good handle on their code base and their reports come down to, we cant tell whether the vulnerabilities are there intentionally, or because of shoddy/inconsistant coding, but they are no worse than anyone else.
NSS - like we needed a report to say this.
The solution to election security is paper ballots, either in person or by mail.
to even atempt to rig an election done this way, is too complex and resource intensive, even for one precinct let alone one district
GPO was in the process of gearing up to roll out full fibre before it was privatised, then they sold of the fabs to boost dividends
British Rail ran a comparable service to most operators, and considerably better than southern or northern, at a considerably lower cost, and were working on new technology to revolutionise rail travel.
public utilities worked and costs were ok, and service is provided by the OTT providers.
IMHO, infrastructure tshould be nationalised, services should be pulic.
This is just going to be another woeful public service provided at lowest cost by the lowest paid for more than it would cost to run in house.
they all have issues, some just have more than others.
HSBC and Barclays have generally been ok, Yorkshire/Clydesdale group (now Virgin Money) are mostly ok, the online challengers are PDG seing as they only have an online/app presence.
on the other end of the scale avoid RBS group like the plague, and Lloyds/HBOS arent far behind.
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