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SIGSEGV

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    SIGSEGV got a reaction from SufficientSwimmer in Show Yourself [Image]   
    Probably the newest photo of me

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    SIGSEGV reacted to zyntaxable in Weird clicking sound coming from my PC   
    Check if any cables are hitting fan blades while they're spinning, it could be causing the sound.
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    SIGSEGV reacted to stconquest in Creator of Debian threatens suicide over police brutality   
    No, not trolling.   While using your medical expertise to describe the man as mentally unstable because of some issues, you displayed some serious human ignorance yourself.  Does being mentally unstable make him wrong about the claims?  Why should anyone take what you have to say seriously. 
     
    I was not placing the burden of proof on your shoulders as you can see in my post where I had referred to the fact that it does not matter to me whether his claims are true or not.  You attacked the authenticity of the claims, I therefore attacked the authenticity of your "intelligent" comment.
     
    You made a bad argument.  Your lead in had little to do with your conclusion of who is, or is not, ignorant.  Stop calling people stupid while vindicating your action with horrendous arguments.
     
    I understand you are "locked" in to your belief... but understand:  Your statements are what appear to be fucking retarded to me.
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    SIGSEGV reacted to AluminiumTech in Creator of Debian threatens suicide over police brutality   
    Something to do with the Police.
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    SIGSEGV got a reaction from Decon in [Privacy] How to stop Mom from spying on me? (Facebook)   
    Step 1) Stop using Facebook expecting privacy
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    SIGSEGV got a reaction from Gazereths in [Privacy] How to stop Mom from spying on me? (Facebook)   
    Step 1) Stop using Facebook expecting privacy
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    SIGSEGV got a reaction from Razarza in Creator of Debian threatens suicide over police brutality   
    Ian Murdock, creator of Debian went on a disturbing rant about an encounter he had with the police on the 28th of December.
    https://archive.is/OPlI7
    http://techaeris.com/2015/12/28/debian-founder-ian-murdocks-tweets-raising-eyebrows/
    His twitter was deleted yesterday, some believe his account may have been hacked or that he was intoxicated, however he said that he would post his experiences on his personal blog before killing himself, such a blog post has yet to surface. There has not been any other news from him since.
    Edit:
    We couldn't stop him: https://bits.debian.org/2015/12/mourning-ian-murdock.html
    Some people are saying that he recorded it because of these two guys:

    Edit2:
    There is evidence that he was actually arrested:


    Note: I haven't included the replies to other people here, if you need those go to the archive link
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    SIGSEGV reacted to MLG Doge in Is it legal for a teacher to do this? [UK]   
    Just make a claim saying he's a paedophile that'll get him in trouble.
    /s
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    SIGSEGV reacted to babadoctor in Is it legal for a teacher to do this? [UK]   
    He sees you when your shitposting
    He knows when your online
    He knows if you are a normie or not so for goodness sake GET OFF OF MY BOARD REEEEEEE
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    SIGSEGV reacted to babadoctor in Is it legal for a teacher to do this? [UK]   
    take my phone teacher
    i fucking dare you
    i will blast shrek ear rape through your fucking laptop
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    SIGSEGV got a reaction from Patrick Bateman in Stupid things teachers say   
    "You can use but can't modify the pictures on the school website because they're open source"
    "an if loop"
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    SIGSEGV reacted to dizmo in Is it legal for a teacher to do this? [UK]   
    I greatly implore you to do your own research when it comes to matters as serious as this and not just go to a forum to post the question, where most people will get it wrong and you'll be misinformed. I know that's rather ironic given you might get a decent answer, provided below, however there's nothing more powerful than empowering yourself. A simple Google search containing the words "Britain can teachers look through phones" netted me the information below.
     
    These are from the revised version of the British Education Act 2011.
     
    Under article 2,  section 4, sub section 6E
    http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2011/21/section/2
     
    What I found more interesting is sub section 6F
    So, the teacher could assume that copying information important to an investigation is also allowed.
     
     
    This is why it's incredibly important to learn how to research such things. It will help you in many aspects of your life. There have been several times through my working life that I've had to quote sections of the British Columbia Employment Standards Act. People in power will always try and get away with things, legal or not.
     
    In this case however, especially given your situation, I believe the teacher is well within their legal rights to do what they did.
     
     
     
    Incorrect, they are allowed to search through any electronic device.
    Now, in regards to copying the data, that's a different matter that wasn't covered under the Education Act. It does allow teachers to erase data, so I assume they'd also accept copying it for legal purposes of prosecution.
     
    I'm guessing you're American, but in Britain it's perfectly within the teachers rights to search the phone, especially given the circumstances.
     
    It is.
     
    See, I'd almost say changing the language would be worse than taking the device. When returned, if the student was unable to use it and got into a situation where their safety was put into jeopardy and they were unable to call for help/ask for assistance, I'd argue that the student or students parents would be able to sue the teacher.
     
    Linked above. It's legal.
     
    In the UK, it is.
     
    Unfortunately that is an outdated article. You're definitely on the right track though.
     
    I would have just locked the phone. It is, unfortunately, legal for the teacher to look through it. So I'd not keep anything I didn't want looked at on it.
     
    Unfortunately you are mistaken. I believe it's also legal in other areas of the world, Russia, etc.
     
     
    One must wonder if that's how it works in the UK. Every country has different legislation, it might be perfectly legal for them to ask.
    For example when crossing an international boundary, any device locked must be unlocked. You don't have a choice. You refuse, you're detained or forced to return to your country of origin.
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    SIGSEGV reacted to dalekphalm in Is it legal for a teacher to do this? [UK]   
    If he did have a passcode, and the teacher asked him, and he gave the teacher the passcode, then he is in effect giving consent. However, the kid could then also argue that he was coerced.
     
    If the teacher asks you for your passcode, just say no. If the teacher insists, straight up tell them "You do not have authority to make me divulge my passcode. The contents of that device are my personal property, and you accessing them without my consent or a court warrant violates my privacy, and the rights assured to be under UK law. Please do not ask again."
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    SIGSEGV reacted to dalekphalm in Is it legal for a teacher to do this? [UK]   
    This is the best I've found so far:
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/1548273/What-a-teacher-can-do-and-cant-do.html
     
    The cause is different (bullying vs an argument), but it specifically states that they should not search through text messages without permission. I would assume this extends to using the phone at all without consent.
     
    Obviously consulting a Lawyer would be best, but I'm fairly certain that the teacher would need consent.
    FYI, why did the kid not have a passcode on his lock screen?
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    SIGSEGV reacted to ForsakenLive in Is it legal for a teacher to do this? [UK]   
    That's not legal. They can take the phone, but not even look at the data inside it.
     
    The Telegraph has an article based on UK law, which says a teacher can't read through messages contained in the phone; only take it from the student and place it in a safe place.
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/1548273/What-a-teacher-can-do-and-cant-do.html
    It's most likely that if applies to 'reading messages' it also applies to all sort of personal information, like pictures, video, audio files, etc.
    For further investigation you should do a little bit of research and see what exact laws talk about this (maybe ask an acquaintance which is well informed in law).
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    SIGSEGV got a reaction from NeatSquidYT in Petition to ban Trump from UK passes 200K, could be debated in Parliament   
    No, they don't come into London because they're scared of the 11 year old hardnuts with knives, drugs and worst of all...
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    SIGSEGV reacted to Sauron in C++ final project   
    So your problem is you don't know what kind of program you want to make?
     
    Just write an ascii art fractal generator and add as many fractal functions as you need to reach 500 lines (shouldn't be many). It's easier than it might seem.
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    SIGSEGV got a reaction from Kobathor in Petition to ban Trump from UK passes 200K, could be debated in Parliament   
    No, they don't come into London because they're scared of the 11 year old hardnuts with knives, drugs and worst of all...
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