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In my org (a high school) we were having issues with spambots using our organization's address in the From: field for spam campaigns. The turning point for us was when a malware payload came with a From: field of the assistant principal addressed to many of our employees. The mail was not from one of our mail servers, but the From field trick some of our users into opening it. With DMARC + DKIM and a strict policy we have eliminated this problem.
We did have some minor implementation headaches. Our admissions team's spam mailing vendor was non-compliant with DKIM and would not work with us to set up authenticated mail. We resolved our issue with them by making the admissions guys send mail from a more permissive subdomain so that we could implement the strict protections on our primary domain.
All that said, the implementation was not incredibly difficult. We use Google Apps for our mailing, and a SMTP server on-campus to allow our applications to send mail. Google DKIM+DMARC is easy, and there are plenty of guides on implementing DKIM in Postfix. Overall I think the change has been worth it. I'm a little frightened at all of the abuse reports I see now that otherwise would have gone out in our domain's name.
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This is a close call, but I conclude that Feldman's act of production, which would necessarily require his using a password of some type to decrypt the storage device, would be tantamount to telling the government something it does not already know with "reasonably particularity"
I'm guessing this is the trick. The government doesn't know there is evidence on the storage device. It sounds like they are making the argument that compelling a password for discovery purposes is a violation, but providing one to give them what they know you have is not. At least, that's what it seems like they are saying to me.
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In May 2012, Seau, 43 — football's monster in the middle, a perennial all-star and defensive icon in the 1990s whose passionate hits made him a dominant figure in the NFL — shot himself in the chest at his home in Oceanside, Calif., leaving behind four children and many unanswered questions.
As slashdot earlier reported (http://science.slashdot.org/story/12/12/05/0130229/brain-disease-found-in-nfl-players), more than 30 NFL players have in recent years been diagnosed with chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), a condition once known as "punch drunk" because it affected boxers who had taken multiple blows to the head. Last year, 4,000 retired players joined a class-action lawsuit against the league over its alleged failure to protect players from brain injuries."
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Youtube videos are just crap - gotta load them hit play and THEN hit pause and let the rest download and then hit play again AFTER they download completely because otherwise, it just starts and stops.
I don't know WTF it is. Is Netlfix buffering that much better or is Youtube shitty?
Youtube is just shitty sometimes.
America's Army 3 uses Unreal 3 Engine and was released mid-2009.
Just copy the downloaded Lion to a thumb drive and install it on all the corporate computers. If anything, it's easier than windows.
Hate to burst your bubble, but in the Windows world you can deploy pre-configured operating systems to bare metal from a central server on your LAN. See: Windows Deployment Services.