I'm thinking it's a company in the media realm and I can tell you our marketing department is the only place other than the datacenter or the network core where we've considered 10Gb due to the size of files they deal with. 802.11ac will end up below 100Mbps for a crowded office which is just going to suck when dealing with multi-hundred MB PSD files of worse video.
Slavery is socialism, when that market has been destroyed, or over-regulated to the point of mission-kill.
Under-regulation is anarchy, again, a purely libertarian view.
I do use triple headed monitors for day to day admin, but I can do a hell of a lot with my smartphone, just the other day I rebooted an entire non-production application stack from my phone while we were at lunch =)
Considering a full Solidworks license costs about 80% of the salary of an engineer I don't think it's being used too much in outsourced positions, the productivity hit would make the licensing dwarf the salary savings.
Caveat - I understand that the plural of anecdote is not data.
When I was in high school in the mid 80s I had male teachers actively discouraging me from pursuing STEM courses and even questioning why I was still in school when I should be learning to cook and clean. I was the top English student in the year, and 2 top student overall (physics, chemistry, pure and applied maths, english).
I got into IT because my friends at university who were doing science and engineering degrees wouldn't let me do my essays writing by hand, and forced me to type them on a computer in the lab at uni.
Someone beat you to it already.
Actually in the law enforcement community they're always called less lethal and always have been, only uninformed idiots (sadly often including 'journalists') call them non-lethal.
Disabling ABS doesn't disable the brakes, it just disables the pulsing and additional wet weather control that ABS brings. Trust me, I've driven a car with a faulty ABS module while the dealership waited for parts to come in and I had zero problem stopping.
Which is of course when planes are at their most vulnerable and most reliant on their instrumentation...
Police officers using lawful force in the course of their duties are generally immune from lawsuits, as are the departments that hire them. It's not like stop sticks, tazers, batons, teargas, flashbangs or firearms are inherently safe but we allow law enforcement to use them against suspected criminals on a daily basis.
It doesn't require 100% accurate flawless decisionmaking all the time, it requires skill when driving it on the ragged edge WHICH SHOULD ONLY BE DONE AT A TRACK, they died because they pushed a car too hard on public streets which is Darwin having his way with idiots.