* Posts by Che van der Showa

11 publicly visible posts • joined 30 Jan 2019

Ring of fired: Amazon axes multiple workers who secretly snooped on netizens' surveillance camera footage

Che van der Showa

Re: One Ring

The ring of fire?

Suspected crypto-coin crook collared after emailing apology note to the cops rather than victim – shock claim

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Ironically ...

... With a bond of $150,000, he'd only need $15,000 to get released on bail bond via a bail bondsman.

Pretty much exactly what he's had taken back off him.

One of these for whoever set the bond ----->

Networking giant in hot water for selling US govt buggy spy kit? Huawei again? No, it's Cisco

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Re: One lucky whistleblower ...

"For his trouble, Glenn (and his lawyers) stands to pocket $1.6m from the payout"

I suspect the parentheses indicate where the bulk of that $1.6m will end up.

Planes, fails and automobiles: Overseas callout saved by gentle thrust of server CD tray

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"... somewhere in the middle of nowhere between Wales, Bristol and Birmingham"

Is that the Brumuda Triangle?

Long-distance dildo devotee deploys ding-dong over data deceit

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I wonder if S.D. has a middle initial.

Polygraph knows all: You've been using our user feedback form

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Re: Race to the bottom.

Are you absolutely sure about that? ... https://regmedia.co.uk/2013/11/29/dabbsy_looking_cool_under_duress_1.jpg

We regret to inform you the massive asteroid NASA's all excited about probably won't hit Earth

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Re: 3 football fields?

But just imagine the turf burn you'll get if it clips your knee at 30km/s.

Not another pro-Brexit demo... though easy to confuse: Each Union Jack marks a pile of poo

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Re: Poo shooter

Sounds like a business expansion opportunity for Yodel.

Google Fiber experiment ends with Choc Factory paying Louisville $3.8m to clean up its mess

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Re: The sticks

Nah. 'Out in the sticks' = countryside.

Japanese astronomers find tiniest Kuiper Belt object yet – using cheap 'scopes and off-the-shelf CMOS cameras

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Awesome achievement!

Next target, a Champagne Supernova?

Facebook cuts off independent political ad reviewers, claims security concerns

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Re: How is this done ?

Agreed. It's how reCAPTCHA's "I am not a robot" tick boxes work. If the user's mouse movements are determined to potentially be computer/bot generated, it makes you go through that awful rigmarole of identifying which boxes contain traffic lights etc.