Definitely. If I wasted my time nitpicking over the stupid rules they make up here, I wouldn't get anything accomplished. People follow the spirit of the rules at work, I don't know many that nitpick about technicalities, and those that do are not the people who actually contribute.
"but they cannot provide any evidence prosecution is likely if Green continues with his research work."
But prosecution is *not* likely, that is the whole problem. If they actually properly enforced the law then it have been overturned already. They will only cherry pick the sympathetic cases to build the case law in the manner of their choosing.
In the meantime researchers can't do their research without being willing to break the law and take the risk, causing a barrier to security research (where the harm comes from)
This is already how it works everywhere for software.. The only way to do anything at all is to ignore the law and just make and build and innovate until you get sued, then you close up shop and give all the money you earned to some troll.
Exactly. The debate is not meant for the average american, it's mean for that small percentage of people who actually consider who they will vote for at election time. Those guys are anything but the average american, they are definitely outliers.
No, Clinton and Trump are not the problem, the system that set them up as candidates is the problem. There are plenty of other candidates, and if you dig long and hard enough, you can find out their names for all the good it will do you, and I'm sure some will vote for them for all the good it will do them.
Since the methods that they have for tying revenue to advertising are basically garbage science anyway, the ones that are "paying close attention" are just throwing their money away twice :)
Maybe they should do another "analysis" to track how much return on investment you get from investing in "tracking how well your advertising is doing" then they can invest in an analysis to see if that was worthwhile :)
It has long been my humble opinion that internet advertising is basically an extremely over inflated bubble and somewhere around but not exactly 100% of online advertisements produce no results, but it never seems to pop, so what do I know :)
We will build a great, great Cyberwall! It will be the best Cyberwall you ever saw! And we will make the U.N. pay for it! It'll keep the internet in the U.S. where it belongs! And we will have a big shiny gate so we can still let the good ones in.
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