Where's the law for auto makers who use sub-standard security to save money? How many auto execs are going to jail for being irresponsible about the security they use in cars?
Yes, because the best solution is to take users who can't manage to find a start button and make them use an unfamiliar OS. That is sure to make them more secure. So the natural evolution of these operating systems if they started having a mass influx of users would be to start engineering them to protect the user from themselves. Look, I get it. I don't like Microsoft either. However, there's being 'right' and being 'realistic'. Telling people's grandparents to switch to linux is just not realistic.
I'd hire the guys from the 2nd video to be the centerpiece of my defense
They actually boldly list a big problem in their advertising for it:"94% more likely to try new service offering free data"That makes the mobile companies the gatekeepers. You would *have* to pay them for zero rating to have a chance.
Are they actually trying to cure it? Oceania needed Eurasia as a threat to keep people in line.
or is paid in someway to believe it
The case wasn't going their way so they want it dropped so they can be sure to file with a judge that will rule in their favor. Probably a secret court so Apple can't talk about it.
This country gets scarier by the day
don't link to them. Let them fade into our memories.
don't worry, they'll tack on a new under the line fee for it...so the fine being this small is a huge benefit to Verizon Customers that were affected by this issue!
Well, he's "right". They can't "brute-force" the phone at this point. Of course, that means they can't do that *one* thing. It says nothing at all about any other possibilities.
These senators are scary. They're going to push the surveillance state down our throats until the only choice is violent revolution.
I have no idea why you posted this..it doesn't address anything in my post.
I have to wonder if other people at his firm have heard about this yet..and if so, why they haven't stopped him.
I just pay for a 3rd party service that streams *all* hockey in much quality and without the buffering issues from the NHL's offering. Of course, it's not sanctioned by the NHL which is why it's good.
It's sorta hilarious when you think about it. There's companies out there that pay for DRM that does nothing and then create a marketing opportunity for their competitors who didn't pay for the DRM and now get free publicity for it.
It's unfortunate. The DRM on Tales of Zestiria caused it to get picked up by security software all the time too.
They would basically be admitting it is more important to capture the market then follow Indian Law. That would likely burn some bridges.
If they did that to Hulu then I would just stop paying and look at alternatives that would give them no revenue at all.
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