Yes, not 1st April joke! US just launched a spy satellite with an octopus over earth as its logo and the beautiful phrase “nothing beyond our reach”!
Sindicato dos trabalhadores do BCP teve uma atitude construtiva, que não me recordo de ver em Portugal. Está de parabéns. Se a proposta for aprovada, ganha o BCP, que reduz custos e mantém know-how, e ganham os trabalhadores que não perdem os seus empregos.
Sobre as eleições que se aproximam para breve e o Humanismo Secular.
Diferenças de mentalidades… Por cá nem o secretário de estado da área se iria demitir.
Mentalidade Holandesa: Nem um embaixador pode estacionar mal o carro!
Mentalidade Angolana: Não gosto desta atitude, vamos bater-lhes selvaticamente.
Um balde de merda para todos vós.
Very worrying. And this time maybe not NSA or other secret service, but real criminals! We must encrypt Internet traffic!
Oh boy… What have I made!!!
"Rich countries are spending seven times more supporting coal, oil and gas than they are on helping poorer nations fight climate change.
Some countries including Egypt, Morocco and Pakistan, have subsidies bigger than the national fiscal deficit.”
From a Google engineer:
"I now join him in issuing a giant Fuck You to the people who made these slides. I am not American, I am a Brit, but it’s no different - GCHQ turns out to be even worse than the NSA.
We designed this system to keep criminals out . There’s no ambiguity here. The warrant system with skeptical judges, paths for appeal, and rules of evidence was built from centuries of hard won experience. When it works, it represents as good a balance as we’ve got between the need to restrain the state and the need to keep crime in check. Bypassing that system is illegal for a good reason .
Unfortunately we live in a world where all too often, laws are for the little people. Nobody at GCHQ or the NSA will ever stand before a judge and answer for this industrial-scale subversion of the judicial process. In the absence of working law enforcement, we therefore do what internet engineers have always done - build more secure software. The traffic shown in the slides below is now all encrypted and the work the NSA/GCHQ staff did on understanding it, ruined.”