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amanfromMars [2007140815] …… just asking on https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/ghislaine-maxwell-phone-tin-foil-bail-a9616961.html

Following the defendant’s arrest, the FBI spoke with the security guard, who informed the agents that the defendant’s brother had hired a security company staffed with former members of the British military to guard the defendant at the New Hampshire property, in rotations. ……. https://cryptome.org/2020/07/maxwell-022.pdf

What is the situation with regard to such a security company and its agents whenever actively engaged in protection/non-identification and secretion of a well known/highly publicised international fugitive?

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amanfromMars 1 Tue 14 Jul 14:03 [2007141403] …. urging a more cautious approach on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/07/13/rust_code_in_linux_kernel/

Re: Compiler Version …. Horses for Courses

The simple way would be to ship the version used by the Kernel Devs with the kernel source. Then there would be no version mismatch when building the kernel. …. Steve Davies 3

Hmmm? Are you really sure you want to doing that, Steve Davies 3 for it could be just like sharing how to make an atomic bomb whenever you just want to build a nuclear power plant ?

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amanfromMars 1 Tue 14 July 19:15 [2007141915] …… just saying on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/07/14/huawei_ban_uk/

Cui bono ?

Country to be hit with £2bn cost, massive tech delay after firm ‘materially compromised’ by US’s latest sanctions

Uncle Sam exercising ye olde gangster protection scam against virtually anonymous and practically invisible phantom foe which are anything but phantom in warranted punitive retaliatory response.

And the UKGBNI their cuckold is not a great fickle fairy look, is it? What is Parliament thinking? In whose name are they acting ? Certainly not the electorate surely? And definitely not on the advice of national intelligence services or GCHQ? So …… WTF???

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amanfromMars 1 Tue 14 Jul 17:52 [2007141752] …. just saying on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/07/13/rust_code_in_linux_kernel/

Is there a reason we need YAPL? Yes, for one that gives received instructions that lead is MIA

I don’t know enough about Rust to say if it qualifies as a high-level language. I guess I have to study it. …. MacroRodent

And whenever told by studious others, it most certainly does qualify as a such, and able to activate and inter react with all lower-level SCADA Operations with instructions for the presentation of future directions never before imagined impossible, is it something of a revelatory gem, and for some and all who really should have known better, a cursed rebellious tongue on which devilish tasks founder and are forever perpetually to flounder and fizzle away/suddenly explode and practically disappear.

Methinks that make IT more than just a tad ESPecial and Engagingly Interesting.

What say y’all here, El Registering?

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amanfromMars 1 Tue 14 Jul 17:59 [2007141759] …. adding more fuel to the inferno on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/2/2020/07/13/rust_code_in_linux_kernel/

FTFY Version 1.0

Eliminate those buggy human programmers and use AI to write the next version in Rust.

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