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That was yesterday. After today's terroristic targeting of sports fans at a German stadium they may have a change of heart.
AFAIK Chromebook for Education app users in grades K-12 don't see any ads whatsoever when doing a Google web search, much less an "inappropriate" one.Now if a teacher or student is using their own personal device rather than a school-issued Chromebook then of course YMMV. Even then Google isn't likely to serve up what would generally be considered inappropriate ads IMHO unless the website itself is inappropriate. There's a pretty inclusive list of potentially offensive ad...
I thought sarcasm was obvious to any reader but apparently it was not. Note the use of the word "sarcasm" and "LOL".
What a ridiculous assertion. Who cares what some set of specs says?? The screen quality is obvious!! All you have to do is look at it. What's important...Oh wait, that was sarcasm wasn't it.(In first LOL)
Don't back up iMessages to Apple's cloud servers if you want to make sure there's no access. Apple can't decrypt messages in transit, but does hold the encryption keys to anything stored in iCloud. Facetime is a bit unique in that there is not a backup of it anyplace.Apple offers details on it and other Apple services here:http://www.apple.com/privacy/approach-to-privacy/
Chromebooks for education don't serve up ads. Not all Chromebook apps (or textbooks) for education are free either.https://www.google.com/edu/Chromebooks for education also aren't "data-harvesting" anymore than Apple is. Both companies are signatories and in agreement with the government's Student Privacy initiative.http://studentprivacypledge.org/?page_id=45https://www.google.com/edu/trust/
http://www.npr.org/2013/03/26/175288241/angry-days-shows-an-america-torn-over-entering-world-war-iiEDIT: A very good interview about the above here:http://historynewsnetwork.org/article/153296
Correct. They're only threatening to attack the US. Just ignore it./s
IMHO the chances of this law passing went up substantially in the past 72 hours, a result of the Paris terrorism. I personally think passage is almost certain now. A few days back I would have guessed no.
About a month ago one of the appeals courts said Koh was correct and payment had to be made within 7 days, even tho some of the patent claims that the infringement damages were based on were likely invalid. Not sure why but another appeals court ruling then put that on hold yet again.
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