And as for the analyst who was spying on her spouse, she's damn lucky she got a slap on the wrist. She could have gotten much, much worse for that.
That's kind of the problem. She could have and should have gotten much worse. The fact that she didn't indicates a serious dysfunction in the system. And it's the type of dysfunction that sounds a lot like the type of arrogant, "The rules don't apply to us," and, "If you're not police, you're nobody," attitude you get from dangerously corrupt police forces in countries we sneer at. That's not good. Not good at all.
Given that, I have a very hard time buying the idea that these people take their jobs seriously at all. Anybody who took that job seriously would have immediately stomped down on that person, drummed her out of the service, and immediately made changes to make sure it didn't happen again.
I don't like most childrens movies because I'm an adult and I find them childish. But if somebody was paying me to write informative reviews and I had to review a kids' movie, I wouldn't spend a lot of time bemoaning the simplistic plot line, limited charater development or overly bright color pallette. Complaining that the latest Disney Princess movie didn't have the same set of elements that made No Country for Old Men appealing sort of misses the point. It's not even sensible enough to be considered wrong.
Netflix doesn't do new stream releases. M-go used to streaming rentals for a few bucks but now everything is "BUY FOR $9.99".
Don't tell us what the fuck a docker is or anything...
That provision only covers money made from the information itself, and not the money made from how the information got divulged, nor information about the information.
It's a subtle but significant difference.
Keurigs are for people who fail at math. They cost roughly 75 cents a cup. It would be way cheaper to buy a good old reliable $30 Mr. Coffee, drink one cup from the pot, and throw the rest away.
You'd think the people who use Thepiratebay and people who use Adblock would be pretty much the same. For years I had no idea that Youtube even showed 30 second ads before videos.
Keep touchscreens away from cars. Back in the good old days I could reach down and adjust the air temperature with a slider and fan speed with a knob without taking my eyes off the road. Now I have to navigate menus and read text for the same task.
I give Rupert Murdoch credit. He found this untapped area of news and cashed in. Getting upset at Fox News is like getting upset at Andy Kaufman wrestling and making fun of southerners.
I would side with Dish in this disagreement. Fox wants to jack up the distribution fees and Dish is telling them no. If the fees go up Dish will pass that right along to you the customer.
Every person that has owned or owns a Zune loves it. They had pretty good reviews as well. Bleeding edge is not a good thing BTW.
There is no media blackout because the media does not care. How could you even condense this whole shit show down into a one minute news story? Outside of the gaming community nobody really cares.
Are any of your reasons for needing your phone related to your job? Can you not go through a workday without playing with your phone? If you need outside communications from the clean room then your employer should provide them.