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Qui Peccavit

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  1. Concerning the heat, RarBG users should be fine: the tracker circumvents most known anti-malware scanners to install scripts that use your computer for cryptocurrency mining. Given how energy-intensive that is, your PC might well become your heater. As for home applliances: folks, try to become a little smarter yourselves, then you won't be at the mercy of 'smart' appliances.
  2. Admirable efforts dedicated to a noble cause for the benefit of (soon) all of us.
  3. Beautiful new world ... We recently had a discussion in another thread about how censorship and the restriction of civil liberties is not being pushed further and further by one isolated law or initiative, but by thousands of small things in thousands of places. Freedom dies in inches ...
  4. Given the lousy program content that one is given for even handsome monthly subscription prices, the popularity of alternative content integrators can hardly come as a surprise. What does surprise me, however, is how stupid many warez and streaming sites are when it comes to choosing their e-mail providers, web hosting service, domain registrar and the location of their servers.
  5. Great, now the health insurance company will know exactly whenever you ate or drank something you should not consume, and the pharma companies can send you custom-tailored 'special offers' right away. :-)
  6. No single initiative, law or attempt by the industry will stop anything, but that's not how lobbyism works. The big multi-national companies add a mechanism here, buy a browser extension there, have a law passed one day in one place and another one in an different place the week after. They finance campaigns, buy media outlets and industry websites, place advertising, finance think tanks and seats at universities, etc. etc. While activists make noise and need to mobilize the masses, industry associations only need one idiot in the white house to kill net neutrality, one judge to rule in their favour, one journalist or news station to report in a positive tone about their endeavour. There are interesting books about how elites exercise and expand their power, and one can only shake one's head in disbelief about what and how is going on. It is how they manage to keep environmental protection initiatives in check although we all know how urgent it is, it's how the income of the richest 1% rose 300% in the last 30 years while the average real income stagnated, and so on. Everybody knows it, everybody laments it, but the mechanisms of a thousand tiny gogs operating in the shadows still manage to always get what those whom one never sees decide.
  7. As if The Idiot and his elimination of net neutrality while giving ISPs permission to sell their customers' data were not bad enough. It may be an EU legislation for now, but make no mistake: given the nature of the Internet, this will affect everybody independent of their location, and once this kind of censorship enters into force in one place, big business in other locations will bully their own political lackeys to follow suit. Therefore, all who cannot participate in street manifestations should head over to http://www.Change.org/p/european-parliament-stop-the-censorship-machinery-save-the-internet in order to sign the petition against this impertinence.
  8. No offense, But you forgot the most important details from that page: a.) Local Sheriff is produced by Cliqz. Cliqz is majority-owned by Hubert Burda Media and plans to eventually monetize the software through a program known as Cliqz Offers, which will deliver sponsored offers to users based on their interests and browsing history. To that end, Cliqz International GmbH acquired the privacy-oriented browser extension «Ghostery» on the 15th of February 2017 and now publishes the similar extension «Local Sheriff». Mozilla made a minority investment in Cliqz in August 2016. b.) Local Sheriff works as follows: The browser extension stores a lot of history content, at the moment locally but for no logical purpose and until now, without a possibility to delete that data. As soon as Local Sheriff detects that a URL has been shared with a third-party, it issues an anonymous GET request to that page a second time to simulate what information can be accessed only based on the URL without user-cookies, session etc. Due to a rather suspicious setup procedure on Firefox, the extension is not currently listed on AMO. So an anti-tracking extension is made by a company that is buying up anti-tracking extensions and that plans to feed advertising to users based on their browsing behaviour. Is it just me whom this strikes as a little odd?
  9. As if the Robert Downey nonsense had not been bad enough ... Is the target audience really so dumb that they cannot follow a well-written whodunit script in the spirit and style of Arthur Conan Doyle's iconic detective?
  10. Halle Berry, Salma Hayek, Scarlett Johannson and Megan Fox are probably as good as it gets when it comes to the big names (and may I add Sofia Vergara?) -- it seems that the really pretty girls do not get much of a chance these days, maybe due to all the feminism going on since Harvey Weinstein/me too. They all pale in comparison to the gorgeous women of yesteryear when it comes to elegance and beauty in a time before plastic surgery: Claudia Cardinale, Emmanuelle Béart, Sophia Loren, Audrey and Katherine Hepburn, Anita Ekberg, Ava Gardner, Jane Fonda, Jayne Mansfield, Jane Russel, Elizabeth Taylor, Jacqueline Bisset, Ornella Muti, Traci Bingham, Teri Hatcher, Angie Harmon, Sophie Marceau, Michelle Pfeiffer, Monica Bellucci, Raquel Welch and so on, and so on. Today, to see some really beautiful ladies on the silver screen or TV, one has to look beyond Hollywood: Latinas, Indian or Middle Eastern actresses are generally far more attractive than the boring chicks that Los Angeles favours these days, It appears as if the really pretty girls are only cast as extras or in small supporting roles at the most. Even Bond girls are not what they used to be when Roger Moore rescued them. Back in the day, when Hollywood was called a Dream Factory, the stars were women that mortal men could only dream of, but since women swear, fart, spit and puke just like men, since body shapes have morphed from hourglass to rectangular, since ladies with charme, style and elegance have been replaced by screaming banshees and harpies, there is not much left to dream of.
  11. One major problem with all those fans in a high-end PC case is the noise. Maybe not for teenagers who have their eardrums blown out by loud music anyway, but for people who use their PCs for other tasks besides gaming, «silent» is a far more important criterion than a few digits more or less on a theoretical spec sheet. Liquid cooling might remedy that, because too many manufacturers cut corners at the wrong end, by skimping on the few bucks more that high-quality, noiseless fans cost more than the cheap Chinese junk.
  12. It's certainly a good thing when scientific research confirms the logical and obvious, but logical and obvious it was that not spinning down and continuing to do work-related tasks hinders rest and recovery -- and that a lack of rest and recuperation cannot be good for one's health in the long run is somewhat logical and obvious, too, is it not?
  13. With a galloping and ever-increasing human overpopulation that requires ever more space (instead of giving back more terrain to reforestation and renaturalization) and resources, with the public distracted by issues of tertiary triviality and with an ignorant hothead ignoring and denying that a hothouse problem even exists, the future looks grim, does it not?
  14. The Romanian populace can only be applauded for their continuous efforts, interest and engagement with which they take to the streets against the Goliath of a corrupt government again and again. This is even more surprising when taking into consideration how tight a ship because Nicolae Ceaușescu ran with his Securitate (secret police). It is a pity that the citizens of African or South American countries, where corruption and organized crime are even more ubiquitous, never take a real interest in their states' affairs, due to the fact that corruption, nepotism, lying, cheating and stealing are a part of the mentality of overwhelmingly large parts of the population -- given the same position and opportunity, they would do exactly the same as those who have them. Taking a look at South Africa after the retirement of Nelson Mandela just hurts, and South America is even worse. Let's wish the Romanian people the best and may their (hopefully) success inspire others to follow their lead, so that the next Arab Spring does not end in a disaster like the previous one, but in a Middle-East and North Africa that restore these old cultures to their ancient glory and prosperity.
  15. Those Telegram guys have some balls that their combined governments lack: while none of the European countries had the courage to grant Edward Snowden asylum even after the NSA hacked Angela Merkel's phone and spied on one fourth of the entire French population, etc., that tiny company shows the middle finger to dictator comrade Putin. :-)
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