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If your compliance monitoring application will let you store and view those unsent, often inappropriate or ill-conceived, messages then you're going to have to cough them up during discovery or during any investigation by regulators.
That is exactly the point. The 'compliance' refers to compliance with the regulators/regulations.
I work for a company that provides call and SMS recording solutions to banks where they can record the phone calls and text messages sent and received by their employees on their mobile phones. This doesn't mean all employees, it's just those in certain positions like traders.
Doing so is an FSA requirement - banks *must* do this in order to gather the evidence that can prove or disprove that traders are involved in things they shouldn't such as insider trading, libor rate fixing etc. The bank has a team that is responsible for monitoring those communications and preparing reports for the FSA proving they are recording these communications as required (which is essentially showing you have a recording of every call made/received).
This is just an IM platform catering to that market.
Of course, the beauty of all these systems is whenever the SEC asks for emails, they are often "missing" due to backup or archiving mishaps. The fact that the penalty for not producing the emails is significantly less than the penalty for financial misconduct is purely coincidental.
1) Because with NFC, you don't have to carry around your wallet (at least in the ideal scenario where CVS and others don't boycott it)
Except I need my wallet to carry my drivers license, my health insurance card, my ATM card and my monthly train ticket.
Stop citing Myth Buttheads.
Hahahahahahah. I see what you did there.
Which is why Apple are giving people the choice between a larger phone, or an even larger phone. Because choices are important.
If you liked the original iPhone size, Apple has nothing for you. Because your choice isn't important. Whatever Apple says you want, that's what you get.
If you liked the original iPhone size you can keep what you have - the new versions don't offer much in the way of new hardware (apart from size). I don't think it's coincidence, however, that Apple are releasing the Apple Watch and the Phablets around the same time. They want you to keep your phone in your pocket/purse and have quick access to data on your new (gold) wrist device.
The best programmers I know are artists and musicians. Most have liberal arts degrees.
The best programmers I know all have STEM degrees. So there are 2 data points. What now?
Pretty much the entire language of Prolog..
How many Prolog programmers does it take to screw in a lightbulb?
Airports are NOT public places, particularly the Gates at airports.
They are called places of public accommodation just like restaurants. There is zero expectation of privacy for the employees in areas where there is customer access. Members of the public have access to them. Specifically... any members of the public who have paid a fee and obtained a ticket.
This isn't really about privacy, though - it's about SouthWest's perogative to refuse service to someone they feel was being abusive. They could just have easily refused to board this guy if he had been rude to the person't face. Airlines have complete control over access to their planes.