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Comment: Re:PGP (Score 4, Insightful) 155

So who is going to teach Gladys from accounting how to store her contacts' PGP keys and encrypt her email? And are you also going to train everyone she sends email to, as well? Out here in the real world we have to support non-techies and gateways are the most reasonable compromise.

Comment: Re:downside of SaaS (Score 1) 164

by SpaceCadetTrav (#43251805) Attached to: Google Keep End-of-Life Date Forecasted

When you own something, you can run it forever, even if the developer decides to stop using it.

In theory, yes you can keep using unsupported software. The reality is that most companies would ultimately be better off if they were forced to drop it sooner rather than later. It hurts to rip off that bandaid, but it's usually worth it.


+ - Cop Arrested for Stealing iPad at TSA Checkpoint->

Submitted by SpaceCadetTrav
SpaceCadetTrav (641261) writes "A recent arrest report shows that an off-duty police officer from Fullerton, CA was arrested on felony grand theft charges for stealing an iPad at a TSA checkpoint in the Miami International Airport. The theft was captured on video surveillance last month and the officer was tracked down just before boarding her plane."
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