I don't want to make it another wikipedia (because it definitely has its issues), but it seems like the OED could have the menial work done by crowd-sourcing.
If you wanted to have a bit more control, develop a github-like control environment where people can make commits and then the experts review. Others could vote on the commits so the experts could review the important/popular first.
Building something like Ubuntu would probably take as long as the OED if they didn't use tools like launchpad and github.
Is your newborn crying all the time? Terrorist. Is your 1 year old pooping in their pants all the time? Terrorist. Is your 2 year old out of control? Terrorist. Is your 3 year old whiny? Terrorist. Is your 4 year old indecisive? Terrorist. Does your 5 year old ignore everything you say? Terrorist. Does your wife never want to have sex? Terrorist Is your husband always horny? Terrorist. Does your grandmother complain about health issues constantly? Terrorist.
Seriously, isn't this just a list things that teenagers just do? Like all the time?
Wait, so this kid went through all the proper channels and is still being painted as the bad guy and told a second time to go through the proper channels? Sounds like he needs to change his name from Snow to Snowden.
[B]y declaring war on whistleblowers, the administration is almost guaranteeing that many fewer will use "official channels" to blow the whistle. That just makes them targets with the likelihood of getting no results. Instead, all this does is incentivize people to go the Chelsea Manning/Ed Snowden route of going directly to journalists to make sure the stories get out.
Or, you know, to the Chinese or Russians or whoever else might be willing to grease the wheels. Seriously, reporting this type of stuff should be as frictionless and unfrightening as possible or people with issues will go the path of least resistance.
Who the USTR would use that gun to shoot themselves in the foot? Because what I hear them saying is, "Hey, FTAs keep countries from doing what is in their own best interest for their own citizens. Way to make a point!
Seems to me that trying to infect computers that aren't patched and spamming infected email is targeting the wrong people altogether. The people with important information are typically patched and on the lookout for social engineering.
I'm not sure how much valuable information they will get from granny with her malware infected Windows XP box. Although maybe she'll send them thousands of dollars in hopes they'll send her millions in return.
What is bothering me about this is that the Executive Branch (DOJ) is investigating the Executive Branch (CIA) for spying on the Legislative Branch (Intelligence Committee). How hard could the DOJ possible push this?