Trump: what? You mean I can't recall the nuclear ballistic missiles once launched? I only meant to launch them as a negotiating tactic, and then 'recall' them. Oh, well. Now I'm informed and won't make that mistake again.
This getting informed thing after the fact sure works great!
I can think of reasons why one would think this way.
A bully in school thinks that violence is the solution to all problems.
A physical attack is a response to an intellectual attack perpetrated by smart people.
If she intends to have policies that cause the US to not excel in the STEM fields, then a real military attack may be the only option. If you have no real geeks. When a nation has to outsource development of its cyberweapons.
Maybe she can ignore the hypocrisy of the NSA quietly spying on everyone else. And the NSA and possibly Israel being the first to give cyberweapons a try.
Another reason is that it is simply unthinkable to the military industrial complex not to be in a continuous state of undeclared war. War is simply too profitable. The greatness of a nation requires campaign contributions which requires obscene executive bonuses which requires excess profitability. We have to use up physical weapons in order to have a need to replenish them.
And hey, you can still cyber attack back while also engaging in a physical attack.
The physical attack could be distraction for the cyber attack.
I'm sure that Hillary carefully considers and ponders most lies.
Trump says whatever lies are convenient at the moment, without regard to previous things said, or earlier commitments, or any intention of actually honoring what he says. Stream of consciousness lying. Like how the wind changes direction on a whim.
I'm not sure which style of lying is more similar to Comcast.
So if a router just happened to 'mysteriously' have one bit flipped in a checksumed packet, making that packet useless, you could count any NAK and retransmission against the customer's bandwidth? Cool!
I wonder if Comcast's routers could one day have a statistically improbable number of cosmic ray events causing 1 bit packet errors?
Comcast was measuring usage in Comcast(tm) Megabytes. Not in inferior unbranded "megabytes" that have no particular value.
The measurement in Comcast Megabytes was, if anything, favorable to the consumer.
Notice: the definition of Comcast Megabytes is subject to change without notice. Your bandwidth limit is also measured in Comcast Megabytes. Without doing this Comcast would be unable to properly manage its network operations.
Good question. What will cops do with their time in 10 years when weed is legal in all states.
Answer. It will still be illegal at the federal level. So cops won't have enough time in the day to stop every single vehicle on every road, everywhere, bound from or to any US state. Because every state is a drug source state.
Making it legal at state level and illegal at federal level is the wet dream of the DOJ, FBI, local law enforcement and anyone else who wants to have automatic blanket suspicion of anybody, anywhere, any time.
It won't just be a 100 mile constitution free zone around the border anymore. The entire US will be a constitution free zone.
Call me crazy. But every paranoid thing in the last 10 years has come true.
They can also be employed for humanitarian operations.
Followed immediately by a 3 item list of things that sound like what any fascist tyrant dictator police state repressive regime needs to maintain control of its population. 1. Counter terrorism and organized crime operations 2. Situational control, enabling identification and network denial of cellular devices through ‘intelligent’ jamming, including creating controlled areas of coverage. 3. Suspect geo-locating capabilities Wow, great humanitarian operations.
I wonder what the FCC would say about importing a foreign made product that does item 2 above? We want to make sure the police cell phones work, but not their victims.
More importantly, the fact that local law enforcement sees themselves as some kind of occupying invasion army, and sees the citizens as those to conduct "counter terrorism" against, should be, but no longer is, shocking.
This combined with viral video documented behavior of police in recent years should give anyone serious doubts that police would have any kind of restraint about listening to calls or intercepting messages of citizens. For no reason at all. Just because they can.
Hey, you were looking suspicious! Hand over your phone for a deeply intrusive search of its contents.
And they wonder why everyone wants to use encrypted communications. And encrypted phone storage. They brought it on themselves. They started a war and escalated it.