9 Gigs Of #Macron Campaign Emails Are Confirmed To Be Authentic.
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And alike, graduates, students etc giving their work for free to the college and then these toads making hundreds of millions out of it charging students and anyone else to view past papers.
I think Aaron Swartz would be pleased that in a way someone has sort of carried on with the battle against these companies that produce nothing and make a ton of money off other people's backs.
A good documentary BTW, 'The Internets own boy Aaron Swartz'.
If they're monitoring the backbone!
If everyone was running a Tor relay or bridge would they have any idea where traffic was originating from, every exchange and every line would have to be tapped?
Same goes for encryption, they'd be flummoxed, if we all used it that is! You've seen the length of some folks public keys, yes?
If we weren't so lazy and more was taught in schools on how to protect ourselves in this fast-paced digital age this wouldn't be such a huge problem, for personal stuff at least.
I'm sure the silk road and the crims etc are already on it.
What was that movement a couple of years ago setting up teaching on how to encrypt, using Truecrypt I think?
Germany to Facebook, Twitter: We are *this* close to fining you €50m unless you delete fake news within 24 hours
We want people like this to stay and work with us? WTF is our gov thinking or precisely not thinking of, they banter on about immigration and migrants then do this! WTF again, I'm glad she got to stay, she would be an asset to this country, not a burden.
Re: May contain nuts
Think there are a couple of thousand varieties of Haricot beans and 57 was just a name to put on the tins.
Blazing saddles bean fart seen, LOL, just priceless!
Though if you are, into toilet humor there's the Dumb and Dumber and Van Wilder one as well.
A lady friend of my mothers had driven on her own all the way to Teulada (Spain) and was not too good health wise and wanted her car back home obviously after her stay, so I drove her home to London, she just couldn't face it, stressed as chuff!
Got her home safe, no map or sat nav required either, west Londons a busy place.
Her nephew was a black cabby driver and drove me to Bolton the next day for free! To see family and get a flight back, treated him to a chippy meal, couldn't believe how cheap it was and he got gravy!
The funny thing is the neighbors noticing it was a London registered cab and the odd driver too on the way, so I felt like an MP for a while.
As to the English tests, IDK, it would help generally as to integration and work etc but I've never had a problem in the northwest and every foreign cab driver I've have used has been polite and spoken clearly enough to be understood, in the area I live in.
The thing is, how much is the test going to cost? You have to do a course to be a bouncer, security guard, commercial driver, work at a hospital etc doing shit you've been doing all your working life and been trained for in the first place!
These costs and licenses are a hidden tax on a lot of poorly paid workers on minimum wage, at the interview stage it should be apparent to the interviewer and the person told to improve his language skills before employment.
I just think It's all got a bit silly when you did your apprenticeship you learned as much or more from your older colleagues and workmates as you did at college IMO, 33 years claim free and I have to do a CPC test to drive, I have to pay for it too. Sucks!
With the monitoring tech etc they have in the cabs today IDK why this happened, shouldn't have, the taxi co I did some malware removal for had frequent contact with the drivers and knew where they were, even end of shift and mandatory break times etc!
Never fall asleep in a cab or on public transport, waking up where you got on is a real p***er, only going from Rüsselsheim to Wiesbaden and went a long, long way off, they let me off for the return fair, though, which was nice of them.
I could go on forever, but no.
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This subject has come up before and when they leak the code it's a shit storm for us all which they will cos somebody will leave a laptop or other device on a train or somewhere or it gets nicked and possibly they will get hacked because the reward for doing so would be so tempting and lucrative so every black hat and unscrupulous gov will be after it.
If they do this then it's Whonix or Tails on a separate machine and an air-gapped machine for personal stuff, nothing stored on the online machine, working offline on another machine would be the only way to be safe and could have a big impact on retail sales online if people lose trust in the security of the systems they use.
Once the OS and all the software programs you need are installed and working who needs security updates?
If it's air gapped till the next re-install, maybe years later and no Wi-Fi card in it too.
I mean, not that I'm going to, but if I ordered a 12" black ribbed nobler I'd want it kept a secret (Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels) reference, good film.
These guys are supposed to be very good but like all the other stories I've read over the years, nobody gives a shit about your info or data than you and sometimes we can't be trusted either.
I think I have all my immediate families CV's, photos and stuff backed up on my main machine, there's no way I'm leaving a machine online with all that info on it, put that shit in a caddy and only plug it when needed.
Re: Harper era garbage
I'm sure McCoy felt like saying, said 'beam me up, Scotty'. The employee surviving off emergency cheques out of Health Canada's petty cash, I'll wager the MP's were paid on time.
Well I think....
They just go back to the station at shift end and pretend to do a bit overtime on paperwork, DL the footage and look at the boobs and bums they've filmed that day.
Not completely off topic! If you like aircraft, remember this one?
Gets a surprise, love the way the props seem to be moving so slow and he didn't film her for very long, must be a gent.
I have thought on this subject and my dashcam has recorded children crossing the road, I mean where do you stand? It's set up for a new record over unless I have an accident, IDK.
I didn't! FYI.
Wish this guy was our PM to sort you lot out.
Wonder if he'll get the 'Ronald Reagan Award'? But he's done a great service to The UK on many fronts, especially our relations with you lot over the pond and for our sovereignty, dignity, self-determination etc, as history as proved, careful who you mess with cos you might regret upsetting us/US.
Understand the DV?
Let me tell you when the crash happened my place when I finally sold it was worth a third of what it was before in Hondon de las nieves, when these bwankers were handing out millions in bonuses to themselves, companies going bust and people losing their jobs, I know more than one who just gave the keys back to the bank and walked away, so p**s off, you don't know s**t!
Watch twenty years of your life go down the pan because of these, greedy, incompetent, self-serving pigs.
Ta! For reading. Rant over!
Re: No problem
If this is true!
Pay your taxes, like Google and the rest, toads, not too bothered about who you employ as long as you're not exploiting people, which I know you are!
It's not that good either, mine is way better at a fraction of the cost, commercialism and screwing us for the shareholder, enuff said.
Re: Won't come to anything
Before I start, sorry, just can't help myself sometimes.
I can agree to scrutinize someone if they've gone to a country known for training people to do acts of terrorism to a degree and strong ties to terrorist organizations but if they are home grown by whatever organization how can you stop that?
They might just be there to visit family or attend a loved one's funeral, doesn't seem fair to penalize them cos they have family abroad.
By checking FB and social media accounts for radical comments etc, IDK, might catch some I suppose, there will always be people disgruntled with the system and maybe a little crazy but if we don't solve some of the problems in our society instead of a few nutters we are promoting this shit to a level that's becoming a nightmare for us.
There are militia movements in the US too and lots of gun clubs, I think home grown radicalism (Whatever faith) is going to be the big problem for any country, this IMO presents the biggest threat cos they may be clever enough or trained to stay off the radar.
Find the bases used for training and identify those attendees training there needs to be a priority on all possible risks to honest working folks.
I was parked next to one the four bins the IRA had planted bombs in one day before in Warrington (The one outside the bookies, not MacDonalds BTW, full of kids, a Saturday) and my niece was in the play center that got targeted two days before whilst shopping in the Arndale center, Manchester, so missed that one thank whatever God you pray to, Messed up the gas holders though they failed to go off and two of the devices on Bridge street, luckily the one outside MD's.
Mentioned that before, but sick of this shit, life's hard enough without it.
I think religion has become the enemy sometimes and yet inspires so much good in others, eye in the sky is a good movie to watch, load of bollocks mind you, if you've ever seen 'That seriously gone wrong drone strike footage'!
Well It'd be wise for the well tanned man...
To rein in the anti-semitic crowd in his entourage and check out Israel's cyber security companies, they worked out a long time ago to start preparing for attacks, training people and developing exploits, defenses etc.
Jerusalem Venture Partners (JVP) Cyber Labs would be a good place to start and maybe Deutsche Telekom Innovation Laboratories as well, don't put all your eggs in one basket, Adallom, Aorato, MS interest was high in the last two, plenty of others to look at.
A hospital a little while back, having spent plenty of time dragging data cables and clipping them to steel I-beams above the staff below, I'm as careful as chuff and only fallen once, from a two-stage scaffold, cos I forgot to level the wheels, the floor in this part wasn't good anymore.
Did a cracking SAS roll as I hit the ground, not a scratch, bump or mark anywhere!
So now getting back to the point, go up one step on a step ladder and you have to put a hard hat on, winds me up to the Nth degree.
Working in a department store in north Manchester a long time ago me and the lads found a room full of old clothes and wigs on dummies in a dusty store room upstairs.
So every now and then the staff would look up, cos we'd caught there eye crawling around above and we'd have dresses on plus wigs, old suits on with Elvis-ish wigs on and shit like that, staff and customers crying laughing at us while we toiled away, so funny, couldn't get away with it now though.
I can understand the health and safety argument to a degree, cos some of the jokes I've seen played on fellow workers were very dangerous!
Made me laugh, Nice one Alistair!
I'm not going to say where in case I offend anyone, but in less than two hours at the job, they'd already got the hire vehicle on bricks and bits of wood, had to go back to it for paperwork I forgot, so at least I'd got an early heads up!
Hire company not surprised one bit, used public transport after that.
Re: hmm sounds like me
Can't believe the guys last name! Writing a piece about Liverpudlians, cos although born on the outskirts of the city, but living in Warrington I know the nickname they called us! Is Dicky Lewis still there?