Yep! the package really contains some nude and semi-nude content, but its artistic photography, we don't call it _Porn_. This package is nothing more than a set of wallpapers, but due to controversy it was later removed and since we know that every controversy has a story behind it, this one had its too, a pretty funny one actually .
Question by Water Over Gold: Do you think using full-body scanners at airports violates the 4th amendment?
Do you have to have probable cause and a warrant before you can do a full body scan?? Or will airport personal be able to randomly scan whoever they want??
VueScan 9.3.12, an easy-to-use replacement for the software that usually comes with scanners and that supports most flatbed scanners, printer/scanners, and film scanners, is now available for download.
The VueScan developers are on a roll and are releasing one version after another.
VueScan 9.2.23, an easy-to-use replacement for the software that usually comes with scanners and that supports most flatbed scanners, printer/scanners, and film scanners, has been released and is available for download.
VueScan 9.2.23 is a minor release in the series, as it doesn’t bring any performance improvements for the Linux platform, just small fixes and changes.
The Transportation Security Administration is feeling public heat these days over its combination of whole-body-image scanners and heavy-handed pat-down searches, and deservedly so. There’s no question that reform is needed to curtail TSA’s excesses. We especially applaud the Electronic Privacy Information Center’s efforts to increase public awareness about the body scanners.
Pretty sure I know the answer to this, but before I finally through in the towel or rather my Nexus 4 against the wall... I will defer to the resident experts. So, I attempt to install Liquid Smooth 4.0 and after going into TWRP I did a wipe and installed it. I was running the previous official build of Liquid Smooth. I also install gapps for Lollipop.