No. A deadman's switch is when you have a PC constantly asking for password verification ever X amount of minutes. At the time you don't respond when expected, the logic is that you're "dead", and thus commences the process of self-destruction.
Blow through that limit? Are you sure about that?? Space is not a pure vacuum, so hitting very tiny spec of dust would know doubt be catastrophically distructive at those speeds!
Well in that case, I've got plenty of Comcast bills to donate. They just need to be paid in full.
I actually kinda feel more concerned for the H1Bs that will be tending to their fires and burning through their lives at both ends.
Don't. It will simply crash and burn and a new site/platform will be rebuilt from the ground up. They'll justify it via overall cost savings they now have with outsourced IT.
Actually, anti-H1B is progressive. The problem here is that the progressive moment in government has turned fascist. The Republican party is no better in this regard, they just have a different set of economic interests.
My prediction, the first candidate that's publicly Anti-H1B will get a huge amount of attention by the public; more so if there's a more libertarian bent. Effectively, both the Tea Party and Coffee Party are conservative and progressive offshoots, but both lean libertarian. This is where the grassroots of America is heading; libertarian with American interests first.
Your second point is valid with regards to delivery. But the first one, please see Starfish Prime. We all know fragile the NE electric grid is. Knock that offline, and it will be a very bad week, if not year. And then there's the introduction to the IC. Depending on strength, an EMP could fry gates on the chip. Now imagine what isn't controlled with circuit boards complete with CPU and RAM ICs. It's too frightening to think about the logistics involved in get all that replaced. Without running water pumps and electricity, it would make Katrina look like a walk in the park.
Or Iran could use one in space over N. America to knock out infrastructure via EMP. That would certainly cripple us with a renewed effort America from breaking down into civil war and anarchy. Iran meanwhile owns the ME.
The Apple Watch just suffered a massive setback. There's a component failure that's traced to China. Japanese side seems just fine.
Ok, so lives weren't directly on the line, but the livelyhood of the employees were. When you fuckup with Apple, there are no second chances. In fact, this has to anger CCP officials very much.
Taking action after the fact means squat; especially if it's a habitual cultural attitude against excellence and quality.
Why not?! At the end of the day, they're all muppets anyways; and America needs more muppets. No strings attached!
Then that will be a lot of dead taikonauts. Corruption and deceit run deep in Chinese industries. Material failure isn't an option, nor should orbiting coffins.
Not even that complicated. If the issue is document retention against ransomware (and I've delt with the fallout from CryptoWall 2.0, it's nasty), then what's really needed is Grandfather-Father-Son for cloud based backups. Being a reseller, I'll ask Mozy about this idea. Hopefully the bite on the idea.
Worse: in Texas at least, you can be married, and gets pregnant via an affair. Now the biological father is a deadbeat; always has been. The husband files for devorce and the court slaps him with child support; out of the interest of the child of course.
The revolution in religion was monotheism; the idea of just one God.
MozyHome - 30 days
MozyPro - 60 days
Mozy Enterprise or Pro purchased from a reseller - 90 days
Those are the retention periods FYI. And yes, I work for an MSP that resells Mozy Pro. It's not cheap, but then again neither is your data.
Equally bad perhaps? Who cares, block it! The industry is already an oligopoly. Any merger of these companies is unwarranted.