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if that hurting yourself brings other people in danger, yes.
Some people are that stupid that this is the only way of learning from their mistakes.
I can go and discuss a lot of reasons why this is off course stupid but if people already read my post that means they probably are smart enough to see that this is not realistic with current laws and consequences but hell, somebody had to say it.
Why don't people still not kill the zombie computers when a botnet is discovered and they have control over a Command Server?
In my perspective that would teach the people that security is more important than they realize.
And yeah i know that could kill some essential piece of hardware. And to that my response is. WTF. Why is an essential piece of hardware on the internet and not secure? This isn't 1970 when the internet was 2 computers and they had line of sight to validate trust.
This is why I choose the Engineers.
If they can't analyse the requirements from the different partners (users, marketing, UI guys) correctly then the end result will never satisfy anybody.
Management can only help if it comes down to spending 100$ buy a closed source component or paying a programmer 1000$ to build it inhouse.
Some others have mentioned asking the righ questions helps you a lot, yes it can, but once in a while you get a smartass who thinks he knows it beter and will specify the wrong things for the right reasons without thinking about the general program.
As far as I know (and even google claims I'm correct in think this), doesn't manure also generate H2S in a limited amount?
Ok the link between manure and growing food was maybe incomplete since they only thought the nutrients where mainly the nitrogen based compounds.
The only application I see is the hydro-culture vegetables/fruits here in Belgium and they already have no taste compared to real soil cultivated vegetables, and now they will get rotten egg taste?
This courts decisions will have impact on all lower courts in the european union countries that recognize it (almost all of them).
But it's not file-sharing that gets copyright protection, it's information-sharing with an intent to uphold some democratic rights that gets better protection.
I don't see the loss for us as consumers in this.
The consumer has more opportunities when buying expensive stuff and it gets broken.
(And yes for us as belgians products are more expensive then in our surrounding countries)
And I don't see a loss of opportunity for producers either since it is the seller that pays for the guarantee and the producer only has to make sure it has a good image.
135TB * 280 = 36.9 PB
2^88 Bytes = 274 877 906 944 PB
=> ~ 7.5 Billion shipping containers
1 container = 160 ft => 1miles = ~174240 containers => ~43000miles
=> stack 8 high => 5380miles => 73 miles to each side
135TB * 1400 = 184.6PB
=> ~ 1.5 Billion shipping containers
1 container = 320ft => 1 miles = ~87120 containers => ~17220miles
=> stack 8 high => 2152miles => 47 miles to each side
maybe there is some space left beneath area 51