and sounds based along the same lines of an individual can't ignore a law even if they think it will (at some point) be deemed unconstitutional. So Cisco should have moved to have the patent revoked prior to making use of it rather than infringe and then try after (if at all).
as it omits (this from the NYT)
After the two bills failed, Mr. McConnell offered a series of agreements to pass ever-shorter extensions, including one for a single day, that required the full consent of the Senate. But Mr. Paul, joined by the Democratic Senators Ron Wyden of Oregon and Martin Heinrich of New Mexico, objected — leaving the matter to next Sunday.
“This is a debate about whether or not a warrant with a single name of a single company can be used to collect all the records,” Mr. Paul said. “All of the phone records of all of the people in our country with a single warrant. Our forefathers would be aghast.
Mr. Paul has made clear that he wants the House bill, known as the USA Freedom Act, brought to the floor with an open amendment process so he can have the chance to toughen it.
Perhaps if you read a bit more on Paul and the lead up to this mini-fillibuster you would know that he was trying to take advantage of Senate preocedural rules as they became available to him. And I might add, you claim to applaud Paul, Wyden and the others... but where exactly have the others been? Have they stuck their neck out and done something like this? Did they do the same with the drone issue? I'm not recalling any others who spoke more than their allotted handful of minutes on any of these issues.
And to those who say its simply pr for his campaign - explain how this helps him with the replubican "base" who are largely neo-cons and the largest contingent of primary voters. It might get him some dollars from his Dad's supporters but its a tough sell to say this clearly helps him in primaries where the game has been to see who can out neo-con who.
Anonymous poster taking crack again... Rand Paul is a party insider? Really? He's running just at the behest of party bigwigs so they can pick someone else? Run as an independent like Ross Perot or Jon Anderson?
That post shows a complete lack of understanding of a) Rand Paul, b) his position within the elephant party and c) electoral politics.
off Nantucket as told here
at all costs. Sure, USA is bad but the little cousins are determined to show up everyone else. The UK and AUS in particular are about as bad as it gets.
with the aim of knowing your where abouts at all times. If you don't want a gas tax, charge a weight based fee at registration. And if you really, really must have a milage based tax, do it at the annual inspection based on total miles over the prior year. Accept that there is no perfect solution but that putting monitors inside people's cars is about as offensively bad as it gets.
How many times do I have to tell you to shut the plane the f off before you go to bed? What do you think, I'm made of money?!?
What happens if the iPrecious crashes mid flight? And if they do still have the old maps, why the delay? Who thought it was a bright idea to create cascading chaos in daily airtraffic just for pilot convenience?
and that will stick with him forever.
The Dead Kennedys tried to remove her from politics long ago.... somehow voters seem less inclined to vote out old women than even old men.
Being suspicious of virtutally all "science" reporting I am left wondering - is the figure reported "net" loss after accounting for areas where there was forest growth?
If you are able to do that you almost certainly have a far simpler attack vector to extract data from the air-gapped machine. Think about your case: a usb stick. If it can carry in then it can also carry out and is not dependent upon precise proximity of the air and non-gapped computers.
Time to grow up. You aren't a child anymore and can be charged as an adult. Enough with the childish 1 April stories.
If you don't want to watch the video -for whatever reason- almost all of the courses provide the text of the close captioning. Download and read that along with any other lecture notes that are available. Better yet, just troll Amazon for the "best" book on the subject as that is all you really want anyway.
The rest of us, who actually do want the video because, have among many reasons, a) we find the pace to be more conducive to long term learing, b) we like to take notes while we listen, c) (course dependent) we like to see problems worked out with verbal explanation, d) we like to hear the occasional question from those in physical attendance or as result of those posted to message boards.