I think the subject said it all.
Isn't wall street doing enough to destroy our economy for their short term benefit? If I was a hacker, I'd pick a more interesting target than one which collapses on its own greed twice in a decade.
I still remember when I interviewed with the team in Irvine, CA. No attention to use experience... Amazon is a personification of the movie, Mimic.
Wondering if there's some 140 year old person living in the Appalachian mountains who responded?
I'd tickle it's belly eveytime I read something like this... And listen to it goo goo gaa gaa. Such silliness.
This is why I tell people to stay in school. Even if you're smarter than most, you have a lot to learn.
The inherit problem is that we second-guess our subconscious intuition with emotional overrides.
HTML could be ranked lower due to the myriad of other languages which produce HTML output, rather than the programmer manually writing it.
The programmer today is only as good as the car mechanic 50 years ago. Training should begin at an early age. Unless you want the US education system to continue its perpetual downfall.
People should be more patient before blasting a company that has made many technological advances for our betterment. Qualcomm may (or may not) have very good reason to make this initial request, but I think they need to narrow their request to specific code that infringes on their IP... Not entire code bases. Let's see how this pans out... Before rushing to judgment.
Actually, exchange server does have security to help inforce this. Maybe they need new IT policies.
This isn't just "some [old/regular] ISP."
If a judge granted permission, I have feeling that a domain name service provider may have been guilty of alerting their customers to legal intentions. Which gives credence to locking it down before a new sub-domain is created to deliver the same traffic. While I don't side based on a brief, I don't make adverse statements. I can only surmise.