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Is GWU Econ Prof. Nick Szabo Satoshi Nakamoto?
Is GWU Econ Prof. Nick Szabo Satoshi Nakamoto what? Apart from of mixed Hungarian and Japanese descent...
According to a recent article, SR 2.0 is online, with plans for SR 3.0 to be activated within 15 minutes of 2.0 being shut down (if it gets shut down). There are a lot of other places on the darknet where you can get the same products/services as SR, btw.
Also, pseudo-anonymous currency isn't always used by bad people for bad things. Sometimes, people just don't want to be tracked doing legal activities. Privacy, and all that.
With enough morphine, it feels really good.
I'm assuming you are trying to be funny. Guess what. You aren't (I realize I'm overly sensitive due to what we went through/witnessed; I am not trying to be a dick to you with that statement).
Last Christmas I watched my mother (and my aunt shortly after) go through this. I watched her basically starve/dehydrate to death. No amount of pain medicine, that doesn't knock you out anyway, is enough to overcome everything associated with dying of cancer/dehydration/starvation.
People who are against assisted suicide think that what she went through was 'humane?' Fuck them. We'll see if they have this same opinion once one of their close relatives goes through this.
Before I die, assuming I know it will be coming soon, I will be moving somewhere where it is legal.
While funny, the issue is not with a personal password. These are passwords for infrastructure. It's kind of like working for a trucking company and taking the truck keys with you when you quit, except that it sounds like this was a pretty big ass truck (thinking in $$).
Could the company get a new set of passwords? Sure, same as the truck company could get a new set of keys made. But while they were waiting to access their property they lost money at a minimum. Since they were not _your_ trucks or devices you have no right to refuse to give them their keys back.
I agree with you that what he did was wrong. The person(s) that allowed this to happen are just as much at fault, IMHO. Maybe he was high enough up to where it was easier to get away with, but I just find it astonishing that there was no system in place requiring all passwords to be kept in a centralized area (sealed envelope in a safe, one on-site and one off-site for disaster recovery purposes) with upper management having access to it in the event he left/was fired. DR exercises would have ensured that the passwords matched what was stored.
No one person should ever have that much control over a mission critical system.
First of all: "there're" not "their"
I never eat anything with a faece.
If you did, would that make you two-faeced?
Yeah, it's great until some three letter agency breaks down your door at 3:00 am, shoots your dog, and has some questions for you...
Doesn't this normally happen to the people who live a house or two away from the house they are trying to target?
Your kids will be atheist because of the over bearing ignorant parents. Werent people more religious a generation ago?
“I like your Christ, I do not like your Christians. Your Christians are so unlike your Christ.” Mahatma Gandhi
A (very) quick search didn't show anything about the estimated mass of C/2013 A1, so possibly some debris might hit earth later.
According to this it's over 50km in diameter
Any reference to the size of an object is meaningless unless it uses football fields as a unit of measurement.