Yes, but will it un-blend?
decision-making in situations of conflict
Sounds like the New Jersey Turnpike alright.
It's pronounced "eye-gor."
Connected to the Internet?
really do make a difference..
Yes, they do.
Move the ex-cons into my neighborhood, full of investment bankers and corporate executives. And they'll learn how not to get caught.
I get a kick out of how many people posting here assume that anyone using FriendFinder is a blackmail target due to this leaked information. There are singles who just might not care if others know they are out looking for f*buddies. And there are married people who might have open relationships.
Some years ago, at an interview for a security clearance, these issues came up. "What would you do, Mr PPH, if someone threatened to publish pictures of you with some stripper?" Being single at the time I just said I'd order copies to be sent out as Christmas cards.
Things have gotten quite a bit more sane since those days. The DoD is quite willing to work with people involved in alternative lifestyles from a security perspective. And many companies would just as likely remove an intolerant supervisor as an employee that didn't live up to some ideal of a Christian lifestyle.
We figure that Microsoft has been compromised since the first DoJ consent decree. So nothing new here.
the inevitable problems that arise are the expected outcome.
Right. Keep this in mind the next time you get your laptop confiscated by Customs for having a copy of nmap on it.
Being online would qualify as exporting...
Not automatically. If its uploaded to a server from outside the USA and the server itself exists outside the USA, no export was involved.
This just pushes the remaining development of such tools out of the USA.
Not me. I have problems getting Slashdot to not repeatedly load its main page while I'm scrolling through the articles.
Evidently, some of Slashdot's development team aren't the sharpest rocks in the cave.