Sounds like needs to learn how to write proper contracts.
Am I the only one that want to see what an election run by Google would be like?
Haven't technology gotten to the point where the cameras can run for an entire shift? And the video automatically downloaded, saved and timestamped?
Won't the "bad guys" just switch to uncompromised encryption?
"partition it off from the network it so it can't talk to the internet? Nope. Not allowed, vendor won't support it if it can't phone home."Well there's your problem. That should be an immediate "No way". Why spend money on software when the company is that stupid?OF COURSE the computer that runs the heart surgery program should never EVER be connected to a network. Yikes.
What if he can't pay his debts? It's not like he's gonna earn all that much in prison right?
That's not a crime anymore.
Huh? Are you suggesting that a human would have to look at every potential customer before they are let in? 'Cause that's not ever gonna happen, since that would kill said business.Or are you suggesting some sort of automated system? 'Cause any system that would actually work even a little bit would most likely require a small fortune. Or a big one.
True, but childporn and drugs tends to get them going.
But the point was that you COULD get in serious trouble, not that it was a guarantee. Ergo, even just ONE example would be enough to prove that point.
You just gotta love it when the victim and the "perp" are the same person. *sigh*
I thought the oiling was of the shaft to avoid splinters?
Shouldn't the school try to encourage the kids to record the teachers? It would undoubtedly help during homework if you could just listen to the relevant part of the lecture again, no?
AND you can make an acceptable living even if you, like me, can't work due to illness. Crazy, I know!
Meanwhile, on the other side of the pond, in cold Sweden, everyone raises a surprised eyebrow at the fact that this isn't already standard everywhere.Well, over here it works just fine it seems. Ah well.
So it does nothing about the problem and risks causing massive collateral damage to bystanders. Sounds like a pretty accurate description of the DMCA to me.
It's easier to keep a population ignorant if you don't teach it to look for alternative sources of news.
No no, it was the copy on the detectives phone that was to be destroyed. At least, that's how I read it.
I'd say a $150 000 award against said cop for copyright infringement might send the right message. At least better than whatever is coming.
"We showed a map where L’Aquila is purple, which means the highest hazard"Hang on a second here. Did they, or did they not, point out that L'Aquila was in danger? How could they have been convicted in the first place if they actually showed that map?
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