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  1. Fu11thr0tt1e

    Leave no dark corner

    China is building a digital dictatorship to exert control over its 1.4 billion citizens. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-09-18/china-social-credit-a-model-citizen-in-a-digital-dictatorship/10200278?fbclid=IwAR1Wwqg3lyP9Z9rJoBN3ZixGAApW5Cek92iu6XviHmcX6hqyQOWsJphecys
  2. JKR MARKETPLACE Your Prefered Online Store for SEXtifaction JKR Marketplace is a leading online store hosted on qoo10 selling authentic condom and lubes in their original packaging. Incepted since 2012, we are the first and the trend setter for the rest by introducing discreet packaging on all our mailers. At JKR Marketplace, we respect your privacy, hence all condoms and lubes purchased from our site will be sent in a discreet manner. There will be absolutely no indication of the items on our labels and packages Product safety and authenticity are of our TOPMOST concern hence all our products comes in SEALED, ORIGINAL PACKAGING as seen in the stores. Absolutely no opening or repackaging Gone are the days where you will be embarrassed for picking up a condom or lube in the convenience store Why wait, grab your items for your SEXtifaction today
  3. http://www.hardwarezone.com.sg/tech-news-oneplus-collecting-your-private-data-without-permission OnePlus is collecting your private data without permission By James Lu - on 12 Oct 2017, 9:11am OnePlus is known for its great value smartphones, but you may want to think twice before buying one. Security researcher Chris Moore has discovered that OnePlus' OxygenOS has quietly been collecting a ton of user data and transmitting it to a OnePlus server along with your phone's serial number. Moore detailed how OnePlus devices record data at various points, including when a user locks or unlocks the screen, which apps are opened, used, and closed, and which Wi-Fi networks the device connects to. While that's fairly standard, it's almost unheard of to tie that data to the phone’s IMEI, phone number, and mobile network names, which means the data can easily be traced back to you. According to Moore, the code responsible for the data collection is part of OnePlus Device Manager and OnePlus Device Manager Provider. Moore says in his case, the services had sent off 16MB of data in 10 hours. Responding to the controversy, OnePlus revealed it collects two streams of data from all users. The first is termed "usage analytics," which helps it to improve its software. It also adds that this type of data-sharing can be turned off by going into settings, selecting "advanced," and turning off "join user experience program." However, the second stream, which OnePlus refers to as "device information" can't be turned off. "We securely transmit analytics in two different streams over HTTPS to an Amazon server. The first stream is usage analytics, which we collect in order for us to more precisely fine tune our software according to user behavior. This transmission of usage activity can be turned off by navigating to 'Settings' -> 'Advanced' -> 'Join user experience program'. The second stream is device information, which we collect to provide better after-sales support." Source: Chris Moore and XDA Developers
  4. pls rec? i bot one from gmm from ebay and though cheap 39.90, it is not working like privacy screen, still can see a lot from sides
  5. Haven't married thinking of how many rooms he need to start a family. He shud have blamed his parents for having too many kids though. Since he still single, he needs privacy to view porn on his PC? No enuff privacy to PCC I guess. Feb 25, 2011 Add more bedrooms to HDB flats for more privacy AS THE Government thinks of schemes and bonuses to help boost Singapore's low birth rate, it should address a pressing need for individual privacy and update the design of Housing Board flats. I live in a unit with three bedrooms. My sister has her own room and I share one room with my brother, while my parents have their own bedroom. This was never a problem when we were young, but once we reached our teens, our home became more cramped, especially with our need for more privacy. Most HDB flats - even five-room and executive - have only three bedrooms - one for the parents, and two for the children. If a family unit comprises grandparents as well, then that leaves only one room for the children. With such limited rooms, why would a family want to have more children only to squeeze them all into one room? Future HDB flats should provide more but slightly smaller rooms for children - for example, four bedrooms instead of the standard three. This would offer more space and privacy for each child to grow up and eliminate some of the worry of couples planning to have children. Mark Woon
  6. I was told that those PI cars that come with rear privacy glass will not need any solar firm cos may fail inspection test 3 yr later. The industry standard is only the front three pcs. So my questions are do the privacy glass come with IRR rejection which is important to reduce the heat and also do all PI give only 3 pcs solar firm only? Can anyone advise?
  7. I am sure anyone in Singapore is aware of such system repercussion. Do you welcome a LTA-installed GPS in your private vehicle for next ERP system? All these spin-doctors about better traffic management are a BULLSH*T to me based on all these EMAS, EPR, COE thingy. For now they can bill you for road toll, next they gonna summon you for speeding if police tracking gets involved. Talk about Big-Brother era... Predicting traffic jams ELECTRONIC Road Pricing (ERP) 2.0 may still be years away, but the Singapore Land Transport Authority (LTA) is already working towards that goal, starting with traffic prediction. IBM is developing an algorithm to predict traffic flow, from 10 minutes to an hour in advance. This is done by analysing data collected from electronic road toll gantries, traffic cameras, in-car global positioning system (GPS) devices and sensors embedded on roads. The project is set to improve the current ERP system where fixed road gantries automatically deduct toll charges from drivers' cashcards inserted in the in-vehicle unit (IU). Road users can be alerted to potential congestion via electronic signboards or in-car GPS devices, "depending on where the LTA wants to take it", said Andrew Stevens, managing partner of Global Business Service at IBM Asia-Pacific. ERP 2.0, in essence, is about variable pricing, where toll charges vary depending on how long drivers stay on a particular road instead of whether they enter that road. Drivers' whereabouts will be monitored by a new GPS-enabled IU. 'The whole idea is to take away the toll gantries and rely on real-time GPS tracking instead,' said Andrew. Chin Kian Keong, the LTA's transportation chief engineer, said in The Straits Times earlier this year that satellite tracking is 'a sharper tool' than the current fixed-gantry system. This is because satellite tracking can differentiate between a car that travels on a busy road to park in an office and a delivery truck that drives around for hours. By having those who stay longer on such roads pay more, the LTA believes overcrowding can be reduced more effectively. Such a system could be rolled out as early as 2010 as part of the Land Transport Masterplan, the blueprint for commuter-friendly transport till 2020. Trials were completed last December with up to 100 GPS-enabled vehicles. Separate trials on the IBM Traffic Prediction Tool were conducted from late 2006 to April last year in the Central Business District. Historical and real-time traffic input from the LTA's i-Transport system was fed to a program to predict traffic flow at intervals of 10, 15, 30, 45 and 60 minutes. The results were over 85 per cent accurate, IBM said. This article was first published in The Straits Times, Digital on Oct 29, 2008.
  8. Hi, anyone has any clue where to get the scraper blades those used by tinted company? My house window privacy film had heated up after years and the film is out of shape. Plus cny is coming, intend to DIY remove it myself. I saw how those tinted professional remove my car film so question is where to get the items? I need scraper and glue remover (ammonia solution). please advice. =)
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