machoprogrammer: Quantum Apostrophe: I believe you are a transformer lover who can't wait to get on all fours and take a 10 inch horsecack in the rear.And I believe you have Joe Biden's cock so far in your mouth that you can't see anything but his ballsack. Your point?
t3knomanser: machoprogrammer: Quantum Apostrophe: I believe you are a transformer lover who can't wait to get on all fours and take a 10 inch horsecack in the rear.And I believe you have Joe Biden's cock so far in your mouth that you can't see anything but his ballsack. Your point?NNnnnngggh.Between the two of you, I'm spent.
eddievercetti: The moment Hollywood gets paranoid again, cops will be knocking again.
I May Be Crazy But...: GreenAdder: It would be fun to just upload video of myself tapdancing badly in a robot costume. To ensure a huge bloated file size, I'd use no video or audio compression. Then I'd name it something sinister, daring people to try and crack the encryption.Just sayin'...If you're going to do that, go with a RickRoll. Can't go wrong with the classics.
admvernclark: Kim Dotcom is a wierd dude but I kind of like him for it. I read a profile on wired I think.Plus he likes cars. Cars are good./know nothing about file sharing blah blah blah.
TwistedFark: That's right - the 5th amendment doesn't apply to encryption keys. It's treated the same way as a physical search, that is to say, if the cops get a warrant to search your warehouse signed by a judge and they can't break into it because it's impervious, you have to turn over the keys or you are in contempt of court. Same thing applies to encrypted data, if the cops can't decrypt it and they have a search warrant for it, then you have to turn over the keys or go to jail.
Happy Hours: He's a farking criminal and I'm not referring to the file sharing shiat. (hacking, insider trading, embezzlement, securities fraud)
mrexcess: willfullyobscure: I think its more of a legal mechanism than anything else... the technological equivalent of the legal difference between a locked door and an unlocked one. If a door is unlocked, a cop can open it and walk inside without legal problems, but even a very easily-picked lock requires a warrant.
Nemo's Brother: In the lime wire days...
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