Microsoft should send the Chines Gov't a $136M bill for piracy.
Oh wait...that's no longer valid so the answer is having a moral compass isn't good to have in business at all. "Think of the poor stockholders!"
...the Soviet Union of Engineers?
We agree — and that is our practice. No blocking. We agree — and that is our practice. No throttling. We agree — and that is our practice. Increased transparency. We agree — and that is our practice. No paid prioritization. We agree — and that is our practice. Really? Comcast conveniently fails to address the giant elephant in the room whose name is Netflix.
You might have said what MTA you were running and I missed it, but if you're using anything remotely flexible (postfix, for example) you can relay your yahoo, gmail, and hotmail emails through the Comcast relay, and direct deliver everything else (better logging).
Ditto! I had the same issue and solved it the same way. Comcast has an SMTP relay that will blanket allow all internal ip's. I simply pointed mine to there smtp relay and it was allowed.
External IPs with authentication, too (cell phone on carrier network, for example).
I have verified. I am not on any RBLs as I mentioned in my original question. As for whether or not my IP range is residential, I was told when I signed up that it was not. However, I have no way that I know of to verify that.
mail.fimble.com has address 184.108.40.206
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TOPPAN PHOTOMASKS INC TOPPANPHOTOMASKSINC (NET-23-31-69-8-1) 22.214.171.124 - 126.96.36.199
Comcast Business Communications, LLC CBC-CM-4 (NET-23-30-0-0-1) 188.8.131.52 - 184.108.40.206
...is that TWC will remove the ability for anyone to opt-out of binding arbitration.
"In 2012 CISO reports that it blocked 257 billion unauthorized attempts to access the USPS network, 66,734 attempts to distribute credit-card information, 1,278 attempts to reveal USPS-ordained credit-card transactions and 345,342 attempts to distribute social security numbers."
Adobe's Analytics service, gained through its acquisition of Omniture, let it track how consumers view digital media across devices through digital cookies and mobile advertising IDs.
Ghostery, I love you.
Getting my gun license in a couple months.
What's a gun license, and what does that get you?
Karjaluoto doesn't recall many such changes that we didn't later look upon as the right choice.
He must have never tried to use the hockey puck USB mouse. Truly a case of form over function....
...if Adobe had used encryption no one would have known that the hard drives were being scraped of epub data.
Not natural monopolies? How many different sets of copper do you think should be run to the same address? How many different water or sewage lines?
A natural monopoly doesn't stop being a natural monopoly because it's regulated. It stops being a natural monopoly when the space restrictions and barriers to entry go away.
And if the barrier to entry is the government? "Sets of fiber" and "sewage lines" are straw men when government regulations even preclude other technologies (see Google fiber, other municpal broadband) from being used in a monopolistic territory. Yes, sewage is a natural monopoly. Cable and internet aren't.
"...DOS ain't done 'til Lotus won't run."