They are getting root so that they can install their hacked Apache binary by exploiting holes in Cpanel. Which is closed source.
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...Wash your hands very, very thoroughly.
And whatever you do DON"T FART while going through security.
...that is already on your Windows box?
...all the fiber optic cables with software? We aren't going to move everything to the cloud, including the cloud?
> The fact of the matter is BitTorrent is in it for themselves, they're
> not in it for the health of the industry.
The fact of the matter is the studios are in it for themselves, they're not in it for the health of anyone but themselves. And that's fine, but why should the rest of us give a shit about their health? So Cinedigm's innovative move might cause movies to become less expensive and owning a studio less profitable. So what? That's competition.
In fact, if the studios have some sort of agreement not to make any of their "properties" available via BitTorrent they should be sued for engaging in a restraint of trade.
If we are not smart enough to know how advanced aliens would think, how can Mr. Tyma be smart enough to be sure that they will not, for their own incomprehensible reasons, come here?
If you have a Facebook account you have already decided to publish every detail of your life anyway.
These are kangaroo courts anyway. Real Federal trials take place before real Federal judges who are members of the judiciary, not military officers who are functionaries of the executive branch.
Because, after all, you wouldn't want the fire to know it was being watched.
"So we can arrange for Google to be among the few licensed to use them".
> So in your world would firefighters be required to pay for
> meals and housing while they stay at the fire station and
> have that reflected in their income tax statements?
Unless exempt in-kind payment is taxable.
The law says that meals and/or housing provided "for the convenience of the employer" (i.e., you can't really do your job unless you eat and/or reside there) are not taxable income. The same applies to vehicles. This clearly does not apply to Google and their free meals should always have been treated as income to the employees.
It should be a crime as serious as burglary or smoking in public to not keep your mind on your driving, keep your hands on the wheel, and keep your snoopy eyes on the road ahead.
And no playing footsie, either.
> On the Google side it was configured such that a delete
> requested over the POP protocol was interpreted as
> archiving the message.
Then they were not correctly implementing the protocol.
It might imply something positive about the Bush administration, and that is not permissable.