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  • snberk103
    Apr 13, 12:03 PM
    I would prefer the cheaper and more effective way; profiling.

    Also, you can't say security has been working well-- look at the number of incidences of things going through security accidentally via negligence (knives, guns, etc)-- while there's no official numbers, the anecdotal evidence is quite moving.

    Actually, there is documented evidence (which I'm not going to look up, because it supports your contention). The TSA does publish numbers (though buried deep in their reports) on the number of times undercover agents are able to slip weapons through security on training/testing runs. The number is quite high, if you look at it in a "Sky is falling way". But that is the incomplete picture.

    Suppose, just for argument's sake, you actually have a 50/50 chance of slipping something through security. Is that "good enough" to mount an operation? Consider that there are at least a dozen people involved, to support just one operative. You can try to separate them into cells - but that doesn't mean that they are entirely hidden... it just gives them time to try to escape while their links are followed. Plus, there is a lot of money involved.

    Do you risk those 12 people, plus a large chunk of scarce resources, on a venture that only has a 50/50 chance of getting something onto the plane. (we haven't even considered that most bombs on planes lately have not gone off properly, eg. shoe bomber and underwear bomber)... or that if the intent is to forcibly take over the plane there might be sky marshall - or just a plane load of passengers who are not going to sit idly by.

    So you try and reduce that risk by making the plan more "fool proof" and sophisticated - but this adds complexity ...and complex things/plans breakdown and require more resources and more people. More people means adding people with doubts, and the chances of leaking. Plus more resources, which brings attention to the operation. And as you add more people and resources, the "downside" to being caught gets bigger, so you try to reduce that risk by making it even more "foolproof".

    If you are one of the 12+ people supporting the operative, and you have a 50/50 chance of being caught and spending a very long and nasty session in jail - even before you get your day in court - and you have no chance of the "ultimate reward" .... don't you think you might start having doubts, and talking to people? Sometimes the wrong people?

    I don't buy for a minute all of the stories of traffic cops stopping a car for a routine check and finding "bad things" that were going to be used. The intelligence services have, imho, a pretty good idea of what is happening in these groups, and use these innocent looking traffic stops (and other coincidental discoveries) so that their undercover agents aren't suspected.

    That is the value, imo, of the security checks. The barriers are are high enough to get the "bad" operations big and cumbersome, and to make the plans too complex to escape notice by the authorities. It's the planning and organization of getting past the security checks that the authorities are looking for. Once that "bad thing" is in the airport, the authorities have already lost most of the game. Then the security screening is just a last ditch attempt to catch something.

    The real danger is the single lone-wolf person with a grudge, who hasn't planned in advance, and doesn't really care if they get caught. They have a 50/50 chance of getting through because the only security layer at that point is the security checkpoint. The intelligence services will not have picked them up, nor will the no-fly list incidentally.

    .... all of this is just mho, of course..... read the later john lecarre though, for more chilling details....

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  • hob
    Nov 16, 07:44 AM
    The Register reports ( that Apple may be developing an AMD based solution, although details are very sketchy at this moment in time.

    As they say, Core 2 Duo still has the lead, but there is the fact that AMD just bought ATI... Apple may prefer to get more bits from one supplier...


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  • Bubba Satori
    Apr 6, 05:49 PM
    Who likes looking at ads?


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  • AppleScruff1
    Apr 22, 11:34 AM
    How do you feel about being tracked and information stored without your knowledge? Oh wait, it's ok, Uncle Stevie knows what's best.

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  • dalvin200
    Sep 12, 07:03 AM
    five hours to go.. grrr..


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  • psycoswimmer
    Jan 9, 02:00 PM
    Wow, so much for the spoiler free link. I just checked the page and saw WHAT THEY ANNOUNCED in some kind of news ticker!!!!!!!

    Maybe next year.

    :mad: I just refreshed before you said that and I saw that too. Ah, well. We don't know any details so the wait isn't completely lost.

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  • MacBoobsPro
    Sep 12, 04:09 AM
    At 10am in Cupertino it will be 6pm in London.

    What will it be where you are Chundles? :D

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  • rdowns
    Apr 13, 11:13 AM
    Great, a shoot out on a plane loaded with innocent bystanders. :rolleyes:

    There are already armed marshall on many flights in the US. WHen was the last time we had a shoot out in the sky? :rolleyes:

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  • nwcs
    May 4, 09:48 AM
    I don't know any medical staff that actually uses one on the job. You simply can't input information on the thing while on the go and holding it in your other hand.

    You clearly don't know much about the medical world. Here's one link just to get things going:

    Oh, and here's the story about a hospital that just ordered 1800 iPads...

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  • urbanslaughter
    Oct 6, 10:43 AM
    I have to say, when I first heard about the iPhone I let my Verizon account go, because I knew I wanted to get the iPhone. Well AT&T sucks up in my part of the woods. We have terrible coverage. My girlfriend uses Verizon - let's just say, I can't wait for Verizon to start offering the iPhone.

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  • twoodcc
    Jul 10, 05:55 PM
    well after moving, i finally have my computers setup again. i just got internet access today, but it is looking terribly slow. i just started folding with 4 GPUs for right now. i'll see how this goes before i start with the big units

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  • LastLine
    Nov 23, 04:30 PM
    Would a US .Mac code bought now work in the UK in February? ;-)

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  • html
    Apr 15, 10:57 PM
    Seeing as that it doesn't have any place for the antenna (like the black area towards the top of the 3G iPad), i'm very skeptical with this picture.

    First thing that occurred to me, too. These are fake.:(

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  • rcandre2
    Jul 21, 03:13 PM
    Apple Apple Apple... or should I say Steve Steve Steve...

    What you are doing right now is what a psychologist would call "diverting." You are simply trying to take away the focus of your own iPhone 4's faults and place everyone's attention on other brands that we do not care about. You admitted you screwed up (congratulations, that is a great first step). Now it is time to take another baby step and fix the problem... your problem... the iPhone 4.

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  • DeathChill
    May 3, 11:38 PM
    Since I am the local technology guru, people are just shy of harassing given the constant barrage of questions just asking if I own one. They are amazed that I do not own an iPad or tablet since they are "popular".

    I can afford one but the lack of MKV playback is the deal killer. So that makes it $499 to browse the internet.

    Just curious, what is wrong with Air Video?

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  • bushido
    Apr 29, 02:25 PM
    When it is publicly released.

    been using Lion since DP1 as my main OS without problems

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  • Forever
    Sep 12, 07:56 AM
    5PM GMT
    6PM BST

    BST is what i meant hahaha, cheers dude, will have to check macrumours on my mobile as i'll have finished work by then

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  • GGJstudios
    Apr 21, 12:16 PM
    Very inexactly. The system is borked.
    Before you assume that, try xUKHCx's suggestion. In testing on dormant threads, where others aren't voting constantly, it works accurately every time. This thread has 67 posts but 341 views... you don't know how many of those viewing are clicking to vote on various posts.

    I do agree that you should be able to remove your vote, rendering a net change of zero, but otherwise, it appears to be accurate.
    The Arabs invented 0 some time ago.

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  • marktwain
    Nov 24, 07:15 PM
    The Apple store onine and the retail stores are not offering double will have to choose the sale price OR your education / corporate discount. If you found a location that gives both, they aren't following the published guidelines. Good for you, but it doesn't mean the other locations will follow suite.

    Oct 29, 01:40 AM
    hey, im all for apple not releasing this software to the public.

    Why? it may mean less viruses or hacks.

    Mar 11, 04:43 PM

    The industry is undergoing a massive paradigm-shift, thanks to Apple.
    I thought they "redefined" computing? How can it be definite if it is still in a "transition" phase?

    Apr 16, 11:35 PM
    And different browsers didn't appear for a long while I thought.

    There still aren't any full third party browsers that reside wholly on the device.

    Apple doesn't allow it, because it could lead to being able to run apps that Apple didn't approve, and/or security holes.

    There's no Chrome, Firefox, standalone Opera.

    They only allow shells around their own browser core (and now not even their best core, because of JIT security worries)... or things like Opera Mini where code is executed on a remote server.

    Sep 25, 12:08 PM
    who's rating this as negative???
    All those who wanted MBPs I guess.
    or is something like... Apple delivers, then negative. Apple doesn't, then negative.
    Or redmond...
    Here is what I think of your negative opinions: Meh!

    Nov 24, 08:04 AM
    $8 cheaper this year.

    I know! :) Looks like I am buying another (replacing one that fried after a power outage). So to those who doubted me :p

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