His code was reviewed. The established process was followed. The reviewer and possibly anyone else with access to the code could be viewed as negligent for not preventing this undesirable functionality.
If you're not routing gigabit, get a usb network port or configure it to have two IPs for its one port and route between.
They would essentially have to launder the bitcoins to not kill their value. They could do this buy buying lots of random things that can easily get resold from retailers that accept bitcoins.
Many states have "at will" employment, which means that the employer can fire anyone for any reason, as long as that reason doesn't violate established law.
As far as I know, there are no laws requiring people to be honest on their resumes. They will obviously get fired if caught, but not arrested and charged with a crime.
They're not okay with drones, but I thought Alaska allowed people to hunt and shoot from a helicopter. If this is the case, then I guess they don't want the poor people to enjoy an aerial advantage.
Do you honestly believe that is how it really works?
CEO pay and bonuses is often at the expense of worker salary. This results in taxpayers subsidizing the lower worker salaries with food stamps and other financial assistance.
Wrong. CEO pay is determined by the board, not investors.
Any issues with the car will probably be blamed on the driver. "Your car doesn't accelerate properly because you're holding the steering wheel incorrectly."
The bill will only serve to allow companies to fight EPA regulations in court by failing to reproduce the results.
1. Google glass is not classified as a medical device.
2. He did the equivalent of bringing a video camera in to a movie theater and pointed it at the screen for the entire movie.
3. He didn't ask for a lawyer and then STFU. His rights were not violated.
You jest, but that would be a great feature. House burning down, auto call fire department, and also send you info to reserve a hotel room.
Get off my lawn!
You clearly don't understand what the service provides, but I'm glad that doesn't inhibit you from responding as if you do!
Using your example, they don't test you for dick cancer. They check your DNA for indicators that you might be more likely to get dick cancer. The appropriate response to the results is to keep that in mind and every so often have a doctor check to make sure you don't have dick cancer.