No, Apple won't be following his failure or Microsoft. They'll show the market how it should have been done in the first place, and then Samsung will show everyone how to do it cheaper.
"And while 'big' providers like Google provide some degree of encryption, they WILL give up user data in response to a court order"
I believe the correct statement would be:
"And while 'big' providers like Google provide some degree of encryption, they HAVE GIVEN up user data in response to a court order"
Is that you, Doug?
And on top of that, given that the video hasn't come out yet he's not in much of a position to sue anyone. What's he going to say, "I know it was you punks who faked that video, I was there the whole time!"
The authors of the video haven't revealed themselves, and the only way Ford could know who they are is if he was smoking crack with them.
Entanglement does crap all over relativity. The two theories, while both showing astonishing degrees of experimental confirmation, are fundamentally incompatible with each other. Resolving this incompatibility is the most pressing project of current theoretical physicists.
Isn't there an EMACS command to do this?
My reading of the summary is that they are going to the courts in the UK to get the courts to enforce their little list against the ISPs. My clue was the submitter's use of the word "action" which is legal jargon for a law suit.
I can help you identify that whooshing sound you heard, if you like.
You don't "lay off" in order to recruit "new people". In many jurisdictions, you can't do that legally.
Not that EA has ever cared about silly little things like employment laws.
Incidentally, I work for a 10,000+ employ software company, and to my knowledge and belief, they have never "laid off" anyone, ever.
I'd better tell management that consistent year on year growth - and regularly heading up the best companies to work for lists - is "abnormal" and "unhealthy". They're doing it wrong!
Because when I read "EA" and "slashing workforce" I half expected it to be about "the cubicle stabbings will continue until morale improves."
Good job that's not in the slightest bit radioactive then.
If nuclear adopted the same attitude that coal has always had, then reactor leaks would be result in a shrug and a response of "So what, you can't see it, so it can't hurt you."