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 No.11392[Reply]

When a couple of guards…

 No.11401

…who were up to no good



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 No.11341[Reply]

All digital data are just numbers, a series of 1's and 0's, a long string of digits - in other words any digitalized media are just large numbers. If you digitalize a movie for example, you basically turn it into a large number.

But if those data are just large numbers, how can you claim copyright over them? It is equivalent to trying to patent the number 10 and then require everybody who uses the number 10 to pay you royalties.

Imagine if everybody patented a number and then schools would have to pay these patent trolls for being allowed to use those numbers to teach kids math.

Ridiculous, isn't it? Well, the copyright of any digital media is just as ridiculous, since if you digitalize something, it becomes just a number.

So claiming copyright of any digital data is basically just a number patent trolling.

No one can own digital media, because you cannot own a number. Because you didn't create that number. That number always existed. It is part of the Universe. You merely wrote that number down. If you digitalized your movie, then what you did was just writing down a large number that under some circumstances can be used to reconstruct your movie.

But does that mean that you own that number? Does that mean that you can claim ownership rights over that number? Of course not! That would be insane!

That would mean that anybody could claim ownership of any number by simply writing it down!
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 No.11372

>>11371
But I came up with it independently, same as you did, only you say you own your idea and therefore I can't own mine.

 No.11374

>>11372
mine was in the public conscious when you came up with yours. stop trying to profit off other people's ideas you jew.

 No.11375

>>11357
>people here defend the concept of owning something you can't hold, when at the same time music/vidya/movie jews are trying to take even that away from them with streaming services instead of downloadable files

Very true.
Video related.

 No.11388

>>11375
Video games are terrible with this shit, even compared to other industries. Can you imagine the backlash if Netflix or Hulu said "pay extra to get two exclusive new shows next July and December!" then those shows were never even made?

 No.11391

>>11374
Stop trying to stop me from profiting off my idea, fairly created, you jew.



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 No.11376[Reply]

Who is behind the Twitch Artifact raid? 4chan? 8chan? Other imageboards?
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 No.11382

Knowyourmeme

 No.11383

memedroid

 No.11384

motherless

 No.11386

314chan

 No.11389

It was the hacker known as "Four Chan"



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 No.11387[Reply]

hey /r/etards!

Do you Switch?


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 No.11309[Reply]

Here's some good news: California votes to ban facial recognition software by the city

https://reut.rs/2YqLdRF

What other regulations do you think are necessary to secure privacy in an ever more interlinked world?

 No.11312

I think it's more for show than to protect anybody.

Tech companies are selling facial recognition technology more and more each year. The government is allowed to access that information.

So cameras that incorporate Facebook facial recognition are sold to private business as a security measure. Insurance companies lower rates if you have A.I. cameras, because it makes it easier to recoup the stolen goods or criminals. The database now has a large amount of data from private companies, and the government is allowed to access that database for information.

This way the city doesn't foot the bill, people can pretend like they retained privacy (which they didn't), and business owners voluntarily provide the data. A win-win for the government. They get to track everyone with minimal cost or blowback from privacy watch dogs.

 No.11350

Agreed its just for show. Several cities have already installed LED street lights that double as cameras and microphones. They are already doing "machine learning" on phrases that people say near the street lights.

 No.11385

only because virtue signaling politicians are panhandling to spics that are scared of getting deported since there are so many filthy illegals in that state. that shithole is mexico now

t.former LA native



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 No.11344[Reply]

Post em

Pic related a country exclusive from who knows where honestly , probrably somewhere shameful
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 No.11361

Have you tried those jalapeño M&Ms? Legitimately tasty. A little burn but the chocolate cools.

 No.11368

Canada has ketchup chips. They taste like they sound.

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>>11368

All dressed is great tho

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>>11361
Bic related



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 No.10943[Reply]

Song of the day thread.
If youre feeling a song a particular day, post it here. We can build up some kind of finalchan playlist.

If youre so inclined, maybe say something about why you picked it.
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 No.11247

https://youtu.be/L-4xjCqIv1Y
Black Sabbath - A Hard Road

Little different from most sabbath tbh

 No.11264

https://youtu.be/b76kjd5nvMg

ZZ Top - Blue Jean Blues

 No.11297

this song has been in my head

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PnzXZlm4wwg

 No.11300

>>11297
Awesome video

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 No.11339[Reply]

Why the heck did my system update decide to uninstall lutris? I didn't ask it to, but it was part of the update. Anyone know something I don't? I can't find a reason online.


 No.11304[Reply]

It's been 24 hours and 30 minutes since the last post. Is finalchan kill ?

 No.11305

Yes.
And it's all your fault.

 No.11306

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 No.11327

>>11306
I'll be your friend

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 No.11252[Reply]

I ordered chicken tenders from Golden Chick, but forgot to ask for the cajun style. My taste bugs were prepared for the fiery seasoning.

I am disappointed in myself. You know how you expect something, are really excited for it, and then it's something else? It's like that, but my own fault.

Picture for reference. It's not mine, but expresses my situation.
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 No.11258

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>>11257
Then I'm jumping down his throat for having such shit taste.

 No.11259

>>11255
I got it, tipped the guy extra for coming by twice.

 No.11263

>>11257
It was just a medium dominoes thin crust sausage.

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>I ordered chicken tenders from Golden Chick, but forgot to ask for the cajun style. My taste bugs were prepared for the fiery seasoning.
Those tenders look amazing. I love tendies so much, they are America's finest export. The spicy ones are good too.

>I am disappointed in myself. You know how you expect something, are really excited for it, and then it's something else?

This is why I like half & half pizzas and platters in restaurants. You get a bit of everything.

 No.11303

>>11302
>Those tenders look amazing
They are. Not sure what kind of bath they use on the chicken, but I love that crisp outside. I recently tried their catfish, and became addicted to it. It's been perfect every time so far.



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