So does Memphis. It's some of the cleanest drinking water in the world.
Llaw enforcement will be lloving this new devellllopment, they'llll have yet another way to llook at the dark web.
Yes, parody is protected in the US, and parody against public figures has a long history of protection. However, once you piss off a politician, you can expect to be raked over the coals no matter what your rights. It's going to be expensive unless you can get the EFF or someone similar on board.
Now wait, did I just hear that some guy named Ardis likes to slob knobs in a McDonald's restroom?
Mail order? If I remember correctly, he went up to Canada ostensibly on business, and used his city credit card at the dildo store; that particular trip was what broke the scandal wide open. D'oh! If he'd just paid cash...
As for the quality of Canadian dildos, I have no idea.
Then there's Greg Davis, former (R) Mayor of Southaven, who got caught racking up thousands of taxpayer dollars to take his secret boyfriend on trips and buy dildos in Canada. You can't make this shit up.
Yet another buzzword invented by some CIO/CTO somewhere in an effort to consolidate multiple job roles and eliminate warm chairs. No surprise that its genesis seems to be in the startup world.
"DevOps" is a fucked up amalgam of the developers, the DBAs, the system admins, the mail admins, the storage and backup admins, and sometimes the field techs... All to extract more work from fewer people for less money.
She's pretty sharp, well connected, and understands how the government sees these types of date & service providers.
Which is precisely why I'd like to see her go be NFL Commissioner and leave the internet the fuck alone.
Yes, especially when we drop Coke bottles into their villages while flying overhead.
One founder didn't even realize he was depressed until glucose and blood tests came back normal
What? His tests came back normal and that was a sign of depression? Oh, I see, it was just a poor summary.
Sea Shepherd can eat my ass. All the way up in there, rim me, baby. Tickle with your tongues and latch onto the corn and peanuts. And I guess you're cool if I shart butyric acid?
You're nothing but terrorists on the open ocean.
I have a hard time believe the FTC will follow through with reviewing and verifying the contents of these security audits.
They probably aren't planning to, and won't need to. Credit Karma will set up a new corporate entity like "Karma New Holdings LLC," transfer all assets including the domain, customers, and brand, and keep on truckin'. Hell it's probably already been done. Assuming the FTC ever does call them up two years from now, the entity which received sanctions will conveniently no longer exist.
If you infiltrate, say, Target's internal network and POS systems, you aren't going to use them for a botnet and tip your hand.
How might I find my way to a posh life on tropical islands, with young women at my beck and call? I'll deal with the locals.
The bubble has burst, and "being acquired by Facebook" is no longer sexy. In fact after a long string of acquisitions this is the first one I recall having a public backlash. I figure it's all downhill (for them) from here.
I'd still take the money, sure. But advertise on deez nuts. A billion a ball for your tattoo of choice.
It's also an enormous jobs program, employing 50,000 nut-cuppers and breast-gropers alone, without even getting started on air marshals, behavioral analysts, and of course thousands more management positions. Don't expect TSA disappear anytime soon, no matter who's in the White House.