Citation needed? This isn't Wikipedia. I just told you what's going on here . Fell free to call me a liar, but I will have to say you clearly don't know what you are talking about.
Well then, I guess all the Group Commanders and the Wing King are in violation of the rules. Though I very much don't think so...
The findings have raised concerns about the privacy and confidentiality wearable devices may provide.
Who ever suggested that there was any "privacy and confidentiality" of wearable devices that use Bluetooth? Who would even think such a thing? We're not talking about encrypted communications devices here...
Get out of the Loony Bin, did you?
It's an interesting document, but consider the source.
Just a small note, the military is switching to the iPhone 6 from the BlackBerry. Most of the leadership at the very large DoD facility I work for turned in their BlackBerries a few months back for iPhones.
"Right To Be Forgotten"?
How about your personal responsibility not to put crap on the Intertubes that you don't want people to see?
Track priority will probably not be an issue since current tracks that Amtrak shares it the freight rail are not "high speed". But not driving, being able to nap or work, that's worth the price. High speed in Europe is comfortable, and reasonably priced.
I do wonder what they do with military personnel from friendly countries engaged in liaison activities, some of whom seem to be embedded in ways that give them access to secret information.
At the USAF base where I work, we have Canadian pilots flying out jets (with classified equipment on-board) on regular missions "down range", and we train Saudi (and other "friendly" forces) on top of the line military gear all the time, so there must be some kind of waiver.
In addition, US federal jobs (like the one I have) come with fairly decent health benefits.
I really have to say, it's right up Microsoft's alley. From what I know of SalesForce, it's a perfect fit.
COBOL is an excellent example, it has become niche, but will be in use on "mission critical" systems for years to come. Perhaps ADA would be another example?
Society as we know it is over.
Have a nice steak, and maybe hold off on the children, Soylent Geen is our future.
You, of course, are a dynamo who powered through college, got a job with an amazing start-up, and is on the cutting edge of something.
No? Did I read your resume wrong?
And! And: it says Snowden is "trapped" in Moscow, which is not very agitprop-friendly.
Snowden *is* trapped in Russia unless he wants to cell-mate with Bradley Manning.