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Wanted – MacBook Pro 15″ Retina

I’m about to upload my Late-2015 15″ Retina.

Unfortunately no warranty, but Apple told me that it can be repaired under bank or home insurance cover. They fix it, send you the paperwork, you get the rebate from the insurance/bank.

If you can tell me how to do the battery count, i’ll reply with the details.

Condition, as you’d be buying from Apple brand new. I have OCD and keep all my items in good tact. My MacBook has always been carried in a protective ouch in my bag two and from work.

Reason for selling, way too powerful for what I need, resorting to a tablet.

For Sale – White Silverstone SG13 Sugo ITX case – £20

I’m looking to upgrade to something a bit bigger so at the end of the week I should have my white Silverstone SG13 ITX case surplus to requirements.

It’s about 6 months old and in good condition. Only marks are at the back (so not even in sight!) where a bit of the white powder coat flaked off around two of the screws that hold the cover on and a bit of paint off one of the PSU screw holes. I dabbed a bit of Tippex on just to cover these up a bit.

I’m looking for £20 for this but it will be collection only I’m afraid as it will probably be a bit bulky to post. I can look into postage on request but that will be at cost on top.

Price and currency: 20 GBP
Delivery: Goods must be exchanged in person
Payment method: Cash on Collection
Location: Great Yarmouth
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – I6600k with GTX-1080TI Gaming PC

I’m not using my PC and i’ve just bought a nikon D850 so i need to pay for it somehow. I built this PC last year in September (the 1080ti was added in March 2017) but i’m just not using it at all. ITs a lovely machine and runs really quiet.

The full spec is:

Core i5 6600K with coolermaster hyper 212x CPU cooler

MSI GTX 108 Ti Founders edition

16gb Corsair Vengence LPX 3200mhz DDR4

Asus Z170pro motherboard

Samsung 850 EVO 500gb SSD

Western Digital Red 4gb HDD

Corsair Carbide 600c case with window

EVGA 750W GQ Power Supply

Pionerr BDR-209k Blu-Ray Re-writer

Windows 10 home

Microsoft xbox one wireless controller adaptor & Controller.

Would prefer to be collected but would arrange delivery if needed.

Price and currency: £1350
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: Paypal gift or Bank Transfer
Location: Bathgate West Lothian
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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Please be advised, all buyers and sellers should satisfy themselves that the other party is genuine by providing the following via private conversation to each other after negotiations are complete and prior to dispatching goods and making payment:

  • Landline telephone number. Make a call to check out the area code and number are correct, too
  • Name and address including postcode
  • Valid e-mail address

DO NOT proceed with a deal until you are completely satisfied with all details being correct. It’s in your best interest to check out these details yourself.

Wanted – MacBook Pro 15″ Retina

I’m about to upload my Late-2015 15″ Retina.

Unfortunately no warranty, but Apple told me that it can be repaired under bank or home insurance cover. They fix it, send you the paperwork, you get the rebate from the insurance/bank.

If you can tell me how to do the battery count, i’ll reply with the details.

Condition, as you’d be buying from Apple brand new. I have OCD and keep all my items in good tact. My MacBook has always been carried in a protective ouch in my bag two and from work.

Reason for selling, way too powerful for what I need, resorting to a tablet.

Wanted – MacBook Pro 15″ Retina

I’m about to upload my Late-2015 15″ Retina.

Unfortunately no warranty, but Apple told me that it can be repaired under bank or home insurance cover. They fix it, send you the paperwork, you get the rebate from the insurance/bank.

If you can tell me how to do the battery count, i’ll reply with the details.

Condition, as you’d be buying from Apple brand new. I have OCD and keep all my items in good tact. My MacBook has always been carried in a protective ouch in my bag two and from work.

Reason for selling, way too powerful for what I need, resorting to a tablet.

Wanted – MacBook Pro 15″ Retina

I’m about to upload my Late-2015 15″ Retina.

Unfortunately no warranty, but Apple told me that it can be repaired under bank or home insurance cover. They fix it, send you the paperwork, you get the rebate from the insurance/bank.

If you can tell me how to do the battery count, i’ll reply with the details.

Condition, as you’d be buying from Apple brand new. I have OCD and keep all my items in good tact. My MacBook has always been carried in a protective ouch in my bag two and from work.

Reason for selling, way too powerful for what I need, resorting to a tablet.

Wanted – MacBook Pro 15″ Retina

I’m about to upload my Late-2015 15″ Retina.

Unfortunately no warranty, but Apple told me that it can be repaired under bank or home insurance cover. They fix it, send you the paperwork, you get the rebate from the insurance/bank.

If you can tell me how to do the battery count, i’ll reply with the details.

Condition, as you’d be buying from Apple brand new. I have OCD and keep all my items in good tact. My MacBook has always been carried in a protective ouch in my bag two and from work.

Reason for selling, way too powerful for what I need, resorting to a tablet.

For everyone to benefit from technology, we need to ensure the free flow of information – Microsoft on the Issues

This week I’m in Hong Kong at the 39th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners. This is the seventh year in a row that I’ve attended. In 2014, as a commissioner on the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, I was the first U.S. official to serve on the International Conference’s executive committee. This year I’m attending in my new role as corporate vice president and deputy general counsel at Microsoft. Now, instead of being a regulator, I’m one of the regulated.

These gatherings are always important because privacy commissioners play such a key role in formulating and enforcing frameworks that protect individuals’ right to privacy and that regulate what companies can do with data. If anything, this year’s conference is more consequential than ever. Advances in cloud computing, data analytics and machine learning are beginning to revolutionize how we live, work and play, and the decisions privacy commissioners make will have a huge influence on how much people and businesses around the world benefit from this new wave of technology innovation.

Europe’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which will take effect next May and which Microsoft supports, is a good example of the impact that privacy regulations can have. GDPR’s data protection provisions reach farther than any previous privacy law and the effect on how companies collect, move and use data will be enormous. That’s why Microsoft and other global technology companies are working around the clock to strengthen compliance and to make sure that our customers have everything they need to be ready as well.

But companies aren’t the only ones that need to respond to GDPR’s stronger requirements. The European Union (EU) has long required that countries have an adequate level of data protection to permit cross-border data transfers from countries in Europe. Because this adequacy requirement is now part of GDPR, countries around the world are reviewing their existing laws and considering changes to ensure that their data can flow freely in and out of Europe.

Japan, South Korea and Hong Kong are all exploring steps to create a legal and regulatory environment that aligns with GDPR. Japan has already adopted new data protection standards that more closely reflect GDPR, and Japan and the EU have announced that they are working to achieve a simultaneous finding of adequacy by early next year. Regulators in South Korea are also seeking an adequacy assessment, and in Hong Kong, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner is reviewing Hong Kong’s Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance to determine what changes to recommend in light of GDPR.

Privacy Shield, a bilateral framework that facilitates data transfers between the EU and the U.S., is a possible model for other countries as they prepare for GDPR. It could serve as a useful reference point in Japan’s discussions with the European Commission about EU-Japanese data flows. Another encouraging approach is the Cross Border Privacy Rules (CBPR) system developed by the 21 nations participating in the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation forum. This framework is designed to allow companies to use established mechanisms to protect the privacy and security of personal data as it moves across borders.

Support for sound regulatory frameworks isn’t the only way Microsoft promotes privacy and data protection for cross-border data transfers. Finding the right balance between the need for law enforcement to have appropriate access to data and our commitment to protect our customers’ privacy and their data is another critical issue that Microsoft has been deeply involved in.

Notably, in 2014, Microsoft sued the U.S. government to prevent a U.S. warrant from compelling us to produce email stored in a Microsoft data center in Dublin. We filed this case because it involves an extraterritorial application of a decades-old U.S. law that does not provide such authority and because it ignores Irish laws and the rights of those who own the emails. In the future, when critical principles with important consequences for our customers are at issue, we will not hesitate to return to the courts to uphold basic rights.

At the same time, we are heartened that the U.S. Congress is considering legislation to modernize the aging data protection framework in the U.S. and to provide a clear and fair legal process when governments seek to access emails and other digital information. We strongly support passage of the proposed International Communications Privacy Act.

It’s great to be in Hong Kong to attend the International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners once again. I’m pleased to be here representing Microsoft, because I know that my former data commissioner colleagues and I all want the benefits and opportunities of technology to be shared broadly by the citizens, consumers, and customers we serve.

Tags: Data Protection, GDPR, Privacy

For Sale – Gaming PC i6600k with 1080ti

I’m not using my PC and i’ve just bought a nikon D850 so i need to pay for it somehow. I built this PC last year in September (the 1080ti was added in March 2017) but i’m just not using it at all. ITs a lovely machine and runs really quiet.

The full spec is:

Core i5 6600K with coolermaster hyper 212x CPU cooler

MSI GTX 108 Ti Founders edition

16gb Corsair Vengence LPX 3200mhz DDR4

Asus Z170pro motherboard

Samsung 850 EVO 500gb SSD

Western Digital Red 4gb HDD

Corsair Carbide 600c case with window

EVGA 750W GQ Power Supply

Pionerr BDR-209k Blu-Ray Re-writer

Windows 10 home

Microsoft xbox one wireless controller adaptor & Controller.

Would prefer to be collected but would arrange delivery if needed.

Price and currency: £1450
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: Paypal gift or BT
Location: Bathgate
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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  • Landline telephone number. Make a call to check out the area code and number are correct, too
  • Name and address including postcode
  • Valid e-mail address

DO NOT proceed with a deal until you are completely satisfied with all details being correct. It’s in your best interest to check out these details yourself.

Wanted – MacBook Pro 15″ Retina

I’m about to upload my Late-2015 15″ Retina.

Unfortunately no warranty, but Apple told me that it can be repaired under bank or home insurance cover. They fix it, send you the paperwork, you get the rebate from the insurance/bank.

If you can tell me how to do the battery count, i’ll reply with the details.

Condition, as you’d be buying from Apple brand new. I have OCD and keep all my items in good tact. My MacBook has always been carried in a protective ouch in my bag two and from work.

Reason for selling, way too powerful for what I need, resorting to a tablet.