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Comment: Re:Better still (Score 1) 82

by Neil Boekend (#47422721) Attached to: A Brain Implant For Synthetic Memory

*Warning: Dollhouse spoilers ahead*

Meh, if they can replace all memory then the first step will be better hookers. Why settle for a hooker that knows she only pretends to love you when you can order one who doesn't know it's only pretend?
Next step will be programmable assasins.
Third step will be a programmed president. Why bribe the current one when you can replace him with one you own?
Fourth step will be a bigger problem, but it'll take the a while to figure out how to program people over the phone without active architecture.

Comment: Re:E-mail? (Score 1) 346

by Neil Boekend (#47381913) Attached to: Goldman Sachs Demands Google Unsend One of Its E-mails

Forgive me, I am not experienced at this.

Why can't a filter between the internal network and the big bad internet strip out certain file types? Say: XLS, XLSX and XLTM?
Or why can't there be a warning: "You are about to send a spreadsheet outside GS. Spreadsheets can contain sensitive information. Are you sure the file is scrubbed clean of that sort of information?"
And be damn sure the employee knows what'll happen if they click "Yes, send" while they should have clicked "no, cancel".
They get fired. From a cannon. Into the sun.

"An organization dries up if you don't challenge it with growth." -- Mark Shepherd, former President and CEO of Texas Instruments