Best solution: Have all 100,000 claimants file in small claims court instead.
"people"? You misspelled "legislators" - in 2003/4, Qwest (now CenturyStink) and Comcast went nuts and brib^M convinced Utah legislators to abandon the UTOPIA multi-city municipal broadband project, then they began slathering on lawsuits and threats thereof.
But I bet if you ask UPS they'll tell you that.
Public-key pinning has emerged as an important defense against a variety of attacks, especially man-in-the-middle attacks and the issuance of fraudulent certificates. In the last few years Google, Mozilla and other organizations have discovered several cases of attackers using fraudulent certificates for high-value sites, including Gmail. The function essentially ties a public key, or set of keys, issued by known-good certificate authorities to a given domain. So if a user’s browser encounters a site that’s presenting a certificate that isn’t included in the set of pinned public keys for that domain, it will then reject the connection. The idea is to prevent attackers from using fake certificates in order to intercept secure traffic between a user and the target site.
The first pinset will include all of the sites in the Chromium pinset used by Chrome, along with Mozilla sites and high-value sites such as Facebook. Later versions will add pins for Twitter, a long list of Google domains, Tor, Dropbox and other major sites."
"I think we're getting swatted," Jordan Mathewson, who was playing Counter-Strike, said during his Twitch livestream. "What in the world?"
full video of the raid is also available at the source"
Link to Original Source
Easily avoided. Just stop selling a product with a known failure.
I can see the battered remains of Steve Jobs in a high-tech wheelchair with various wires and bits of technology embedded in him rolling out screaming in a ragged ring modulated voice: "Extirpate!...EXTIRPATE!!!!!!!!"
Generally bricked means the device cannot be recovered using a normal end-user procedure. Needs JTAG to recover (especially if you must solder the connection in) ==bricked. Needs to be turned on while holding volume up key == not bricked (wedged hard). Needs reset button or power cycle to recover == wedged. No procedure can recover it == dead.
That tells us only that it isn't the water itself that the witcher can locate. It says nothing about the ability to find a geologic structure that will typically have water.
Probably because gas and electric are easy to find using a defined procedure. They are also the most important to find.
I have to wonder why not back to the ocean (sufficiently diluted to avoid a high concentration area, of course) the water the sludge came out of will end up back there, why not the sludge?
They would, but nothing says respect my authoriti like a groping and a rapey scan.
I'm in no rush to update. I wait on that stuff and let the early adopters find the problems.
I really don't get why everyone gushes over mac as being so superior to Windows when it comes to the stability of updates. Mac fans are just willing to endure more.