I have no sympathy. They need to be required to pay the fine so everyone else who handles personal data gets the message that you don't handle it negligently.
She writes for Newsweek for Christ's sake.
And there was me thinking He just wanted us to live a good life and be nice to our neighbours. Who knew?
He had a hidden agenda. It seems to be working rather well.
> shouldn't a good researcher have looked into that?
What makes you think she's a good researcher? She writes for Newsweek for Christ's sake.
Why do you demand definitive claims rather than the evidentiary claims that science does make?
That's like criticizing a launderette for failing to perform medicine.
However, this presupposes that you knew about the problem before trying to land.
That's ok. I can read through them sneakily leaving the s off to confuse us.
It seems that BS 449 is obsolete. "EN 1993 - Eurocode 3: Design of steel structures" is the new overlord of structural columns.
When I was their age made ~500 UK pounds (given inflation and dollar conversions > $1000) on some basic computer programming tasks. I remember porting "Columns to BS449" from a Sinclair QL to an Apple ][ for an architect.
$100 is not good pay.
I have that game. I started it. Took out some aliens in a car park then nothing. It would not advance to the next level. If I hadn't given up, I'd still be milling about in the car park.
A complete waste of money.
It love your extreme specificity. "Up", "plentiful", "an amazing rate", "almost certain".
My trip home from work will take "a few" minutes.
How many skyrockets did the world count?
I was referring to the writing on the wall, not the cake in the basement.
Do keep up.
But they're all unsupported by evidence. So it doesn't matter.