This week in the news #72, shortbus

Wednesday, 20 April 2011

$6 Gas? Could Happen if Dollar Keeps Getting Weaker

Couldn’t catch up to a nicer bunch. Naw, I’m just kidding. You guys are all right. Probably it’s my fault somehow. I’m sorry I let you down.

POLL: Most Americans Cannot Name Single GOP Presidential Candidate…

Dude, last week I had a frustrating two minutes where I could not remember who ran against Obama for the Republicans. Then “geriatric octopus” popped into my head and I remembered McCain. Seriously would not have remembered for half the day without the mnemonic.

iPhone keeps record of everywhere you go

Privacy fears raised as researchers reveal file on iPhone that stores location coordinates and timestamps of owner's movements–

Although mobile networks already record phones’ locations, it is only available to the police and other recognised organisations following a court order under the Regulation of Investigatory Power Act. Standard phones do not record location data.

iPhone keeps record of everywhere you go

It is only available to the police and other recognized organizations following a court order.

A-haha-ha-haha-ha-hahhah haha hah ha-aha heh, hoo! Ha, oh, God, ha, I can’t breathe… Oh, haha-ha ha hah ha haha ha!!

…Oh… sweet Jesus, my sides. Court order. Hehe.

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Vagrant

Re: This week in the news #72, shortbus

It is only available to the police and other recognized organizations following a court order.

Sounds perfectly reassuring, in its own way. What could possibly go wrong? Well...

By Vagrant on 24 April 2011 · 09:50
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