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oh nvm, i found it funny but some people would probably get pissed...go ahead and delete
Guess your country should have stepped up to the plate and beat them to it
It's all about the Benjamin's right? Looking to make money wherever they can, this is a pretty big deal money-wise if they can actually pull this off...
Wow, thank you for ignoring everything I wrote, and continuing your anti-United States drivel. If your implication is that because Germans did the most research on jet engines than any other country in the world, then America MUST have stolen jet AIRPLANE designs, that means so did everyone else that came out with jet airplanes, including the British and the French. I think I shall no longer reply to you, it is clear you are entrenched in your negative perspective of the...
Your anti-United States drivel is beginning to get to me. You don't like the United States (from what I've gathered to this point) because your father didn't many nice things to say about it, because we are more emotional than you prefer, and now apparently because we offer no original contributions to the world.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NASA_spin-off_technologiesAnd that's just a small sampling from a very low-budget program.Did we borrow/steal from the German rocket...
Apparently you've never worked in a company that has employees spread over a wide geographic area.Also, a lot of companies have their own private network, doesn't make it impenetrable...http://www.defensenews.com/article/20140719/DEFREG02/307190017/Chinese-Businessman-Charged-Hacking-Boeing-Other-Arms-Companies
http://intelreport.mandiant.com/Mandiant_APT1_Report.pdfUnless of course you think Mandiant was bought off by NSA to just make this stuff up. But I would consider hundreds of TBs of data from 150 organizations over 8 years (or more) pretty wide-spread. But then again, what do I know, I live in the United States so I must just be blindly drinking the...
http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2014/09/cities-scramble-to-upgrade-stingray-tracking-as-end-of-2g-network-looms/i'd say it's existence has been confirmed, at least in part...
I think we probably have a fundamental difference of opinion on government's role in our lives I always view the situation as "how can we get rid of the government to improve the current situation" or "how can we improve the situation w/o involving government"From what I've understood about many of Postal's posts, we have the ability to have high speed networks throughout America, a lot it is currently impossible due to FCC stuff and their regulation of wireless...
As much as I hate government getting involved in anything, I don't know if I can disagree with the idea of this. If you talk to Postal, he's got a lot of ideas about how to improve and increase speeds of the internet in America, and it involves getting rid of a lot of government issues. But if we can't remove the government from the equation, forcing ISPs to play by the same rules as electric/water/gas certainly isn't a bad backup plan...
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