I can't be bothered to diagram the sentence for you, but I promise there's nothing grammatically wrong with it (not even the punctuation).
the extra circuitry for that could/would be found.
How? It would be built directly into the IC; you'd need an electron microscope to notice it (and who's going to bother looking?).
The chip or even die (black blob seen on pcbs) needs access to the outside world somehow. It would need a bus of some sort...
Every keyboard has such a bus -- the keystrokes have to get to the computer, after all! Just build the keylogger into the USB control chip itself.
The "at" makes that sentence unambiguous, you know.
And a fine example of yellow journalism, at that. I read an earlier, more balanced new source that said the truck was a nice cargo truck, one with a crane, and it was stolen at a truck stop. Everybody thinks they wanted the truck and had no idea what it was carrying. The hysterics about terrorism in the summary are unfounded.
And I won't admit any relation to my cunning plan to manufacture refrigerators that open a Cobalt 60 door when the light goes out to keep food from ever going bad!
ALREADY BEEN RECOVERED.... (and had been for hours prior to this story being posted).
Yep, and there's enough information in this description to figure out which one, when correlated with a popular website survey tool that shows that they recently underwent a server platform change. But it's one we're not all too fond of here, so I don't pity the fool who enables them. I am, however, aware of how insanely litigious they are, so it's not worth it for me to call out which company is in violation of COPPA.
If this was a very subtle whistleblowing, then hat's off, I suppose.
Yes, and a Federal Judge just ruled this way (that air travel is a constitutional right because it's the common means of travel). 9th Circuit, I think, then remanded to the lower court to proceed. Check the recent Democracy Now! segment on this case for details.
What are your usage and environment patterns like? Your results certainly are much better than average, even among the big data center studies!
Netflix paying money to my ISP creates a new equilibrium in which the rates charged to me by my ISP may be lower.
No. It only ever creates a new equilibrium where your ISP's profits are higher.
Nope, the monopoly franchises have already been doled out. The only new entrants allowed by law are crappy wireless ones.
LOL, as if the exactly two providers (one cable, one DSL) in each market wouldn't "coincidentally" adopt exactly the same anticompetitive policies!
Enlighten me, then. Explain to me how the banking industry executives -- who, except perhaps for a few fall guys, are very likely to be significantly wealthier now than in 2008, unlike average people -- were harmed by the crash they caused. Prove that I'm wrong to call it a real-estate-sector-wide pump-and-dump scheme.
TLER is just the correct behavior for RAID - if there's a media error on one drive, the right thing to do is immediately read the redundant copy from another drive, and re-write the problem block at the RAID controller level.
Your RAID doesn't issue simultaneous reads and return whichever one gets in faster? ZFS waits forever - if the driver layer wants to fail a block read at n seconds, it's good with that. Fortunately we can tune our OS's to meet whatever requirements we need.
That's only if you absolutely cannot run a drive outside of its warranty period
Right, but most of the consumer drives (and perhaps enterprise drives - forget which Google used in its report) fail before five years.
The big "if" is whether that drive is still worth running in four years, even if you get it replaced. I've done a bunch of warranty work with Seagate between 3 & 5 years. Some of those drives I wound up giving to friends with less reckless data requirements.