Because when these guys fail to prove that the defendant's computer is the one they claim, any lawyer worth his or her degree will slap them with a defamation lawsuit.
WHOA! That's a..lot...of explanation
(anybody got a tl;dr?
This is a very simple game. You throw the ball, you catch the ball, you hit the ball. Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose, sometimes it rains.
My wife and I have been wondering just what the public reaction would be if there was another mass shooting, but this time at a boiler room, scumbag call center. Y'know, line up Rachel and the whole cardholder services crowd up against a wall and let 'er rip. At the very least, I bet it would make the gun control debates a bit more interesting.
...It's just Flash Flash Flash, all day and night for Adobe...
Of course not. They have Adobe Reader, too.
Working on a degree through University of Phoenix just to get the piece of paper--but even when I do it'll be useless because I'm already at a level that requires at least a masters per formal requirements.
I admire your drive, so I'll tell you--don't waste your money on Phoenix. Their standards are extremely low and they have no cred. I work at a traditional university with an online component for graduate degrees and we won't even accept a Phoenix graduate into our programs unless they have proven themselves in other ways. If you're going to put in the money and effort, find another school. There are a few good online programs out there.
/Disclaimer: I work at a traditional, nonprofit university in the Boston area, but I'm not saying which one.
That's before Bill Gates went to Harvard to study a degree in law.
Law is a graduate degree. There's no way Gates was studying it as an undergrad.
And if you want to eavesdrop on anyone all you have to do is put your ear to the tube.
Also a proper venting range hood. It's amazing how few houses have this simple thing anymore.
Thanks, folks, I'll check them out.
I just use a privacy feature that Network Solutions or other domains have. No spam here so far. Yes, it costs more, but it does work.
Oh, I know they work, but I refuse to pay extra for something they should be requiring my registrar to supply for free. It's very simple--if they require me to supply real information, they need to also make it a requirement that I can hide that information from harvesters for no extra charge. Until that happens, I'll continue to use false information. I'm not saying that ICANN is the worst of all possible worlds, but in this respect they fucked up and I refuse to play along.
In a similar way, I refuse to have my phone listed my own name. Since having an unlisted number costs extra, I simply have it listed under someone else's name.
I'll give the correct information on my domains. Until then, ICANN can go fuck itself. I'm tired of receiving spam sent to the address I use on my WHOIS listings.
Rage on cocksucker! You're fucking pwned. Eat Apple cock!
I am so getting that engraved on my iPad.
I've left the money in a brown paper bag on the back deck.
Then wait for them to explain why, when they've been watching you all along, they suddenly need to know your address.
I never understood the "drug him" part in the second panel. Why would one need drugs? Just hit him with a wrench until he gives up the password.
The problem described with the students cheating could be solved very easily by not releasing the test scores until all students have submitted their answers. This is a setting on most learning management systems.