And which of these has the least regulation? And which has the higher chance of injuring or killing someone? Amazing that they want license plates and insurance for "model aircraft", but apparently you can buy a gun and just start shooting it, no safety classes, no training, not even a seatbelt required.
People have flown these model aircrafts next to airports and runways causing real aircrafts to be unable to take off and land causing huge inconveniences and costs to thousands of people. It is not just about what has the chance to injure or kill someone but costing whole industries lots of time and money.
nobody believes that. if you HAVE it, you have COLLECTED it and the RETENTION of such data fits YOUR purposes.
When I send an email my ISP will will scan the email for viruses and to make sure it is not spam. How is this any different.
But, really, what are these certs worth to you?
Agreed. If your only goal is monetary then it may be hard to justify some certs. However if you are interested in the topic and actually want to learn the skill in question then any program is worth taking.
The company was having trouble in 2013 so it laid off some employees
In 2014 the company started doing better
The employees who were laid off in 2013 sued and won
The cost of dealing with the lawsuit caused the company to again experience hardship. This time they closed there doors.
So it had nothing to do with a severance package. When the company started doing better they were forced to compensate employees that were fired when the company was doing badly.
The article asks:
I was preparing a book for one of my clients and as I am uploading the photos, which are personal, the first thought was... should I really be uploading these photos to this website, we just met?
The answer is no, of course you shouldn't trust any website. If you want it to remain private, leave it off the internet.
I assume that whoever is speaking in the article has a job / contract to prepare these photos for clients who have requested that they upload the photos to the service. In that case leaving them off the Internet is not an option.
This seems to be a common thing for NASDAQ to halt trading. Can NASDAQ halt trading any time my stocks start doing poorly?
Probably only when that stock is worth billions of dollars and its decline could send the whole market into a tailspin.
The government already has access via hand-held battering rams and 14 tonne, wheeled wrecking-balls (AKA assault vehicles). Big money and brute force doesn't work on encryption, unless they turn it into rubber-hose decryption (Oblig. XKCD). But the three-letter agencies can't do that 200 times a day, so they want a cheap, simple solution that labels the common people as criminals without rights.
There are law about that though - a warrant is required for the police to enter my home. DHS is not going to get a warrant to snoop on me.
Who cares... does it blend? Waiting...
I would think that bullet proof will not bend. If it was able to bend a bullet would go through it.
Nothing succeeds like the appearance of success. -- Christopher Lascl