Discussion in 'Technical' started by sec_monkey, Aug 8, 2015.
The more news that comes out the more I question if the internet is a good thing. I never would have met all you monkeys but as things go along it is harder and harder to have even a smidgen of privacy. It seems as fast as people learn how to protect their privacy, the big companies are developing new ways to infringe. Yes, the internet gives us instant news and we can communicate easier and faster but has it made us smarter? Better?
Even more disturbing is the fact that so so many people are becoming almost completely dependent on computers. They're great as far as their uses go. But we also need to learn to live, either without them, or with them in some limited capacity.
Right now if for some reason the internet were disabled for six months, it would look like The Walking Dead zombie apocalypse out there. So many people and companies wouldn't be able to function.
EZ pickin's. Take out the last one in the line, no one would notice, then the next and so on. The only way that parade would miss anyone would be if the texts stopped. Yeesh.
+1 Just make sure it's well concealed, uncle charlie doesn't like them.
Don't do it. FCC takes a very dim view of anything that messes with reception of any kind. A hotel chain just got nailed for jamming, and got fined big-time.
Yup, just like ground shooting quail or grouse...
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