It's your only defense. Once a password is sent in the clear it's ruined for other uses. So you must assume this will happen and never reuse one.
Please don't install 2M new twisted pair runs. This is an awful idea. Fiber is cheap. Coax is pretty cheap. And both are far faster and more flexible than twisted pair.
What twisted pair is really good for (outside of the house) wireless is good at too. So install something better if you really want to upgrade versus just running 4G service.
Do not install new DSL wires. It'd be a tragedy.
That's not a Cisco backdoor.
That's a NSA backdoor the NSA installed by intercepting the units and installing their own hardware.
This is significantly different than a backdoor from the manufacturer which would be in all devices. That is if indeed that does exist in Huawei equipment. The Western media reports so breathlessly on Chinese companies that it's hard to tell what has basis in fact and what is just rumor.
Rent control makes it harder to make money offering an apartment for rent (or at least not as much as you can get by selling it out). So owners are incentivized to take housing off the rental market and sell it instead.
Sure, they try to make that harder too. But the owner can always kick tenants out to move in himself/herself. And so that's what's happening now. Owner kicks out tenants to occupy it. Then they later can sell it.
And they can even AirBNB it while "occupying" it.
Good question. If there were an answer to it I think the industry would be in a different spot than it is.
It turns out customers greatly prefer streaming music (essentially paying per-play) to buying it. Music downloading is down and streaming is up.
If you pay streaming royalties it behooves you to do some protection of the content so that it really is just streaming, not downloading. If you think it doesn't behoove you, then the content providers will ring up up and change your mind for you.
As to the vendor lock-in, that's separate. And it's Apple's policy it seems. So I just get all my music from Google and Amazon instead. And Spotify I guess. Problem solved. I have to give up AppleTV compatibility but I gain compatibility with my Android devices and (in the case of Google and Amazon) the ability to play music right in a browser.
You cannot lay the $11B lost by the government at GM's feet.
GM underwent a debt-for-equity swap. This happens when the debt holders feel the company would be better off with less debt and if they convert the debt to equity (ownership) they can share in that improvement.
Once the debt-for-equity swap occurs, it is on the shareholder to decide whether to hold to break even (or make money) or to liquidate the equity at a loss. The government decided for political reasons to take the loss. If the government had held longer they would have made money instead of losing it. But does this mean it is GM's fault that the government lost money? No, not any more that it is Apple's fault if you sold their stock before it went up.
Ford also had huge debt and executed a debt-for-equity swap during this period.
Say... if this guy is so against condemning success why is he condemning the Volt? How can he tell others to be above dishing out criticism while banging the drum himself?
Who cares about this? Simply tracking which WiFi station IDs the phone sees is a lot better way of tracking where the person is.
If you can hack into their phone, you can find them. No need for fancy long-term acceleration tracking either.
The article doesn't support the statement that the microbeads are toxic.
Is there any information that the microbeads are actually toxic?
While I appreciate the limitations of trying to put a higher powered charger on a car with a small battery like the Volt, you're just plain wrong about the Spark EV.
You may be doing the calculations for overnight home charging. And indeed overnight 3.3kW is fine for a 20kWh battery like in the Spark EV.
But you are selling (leasing) a lot of Spark EVs to people who use and charge the cars at work. These spots are busy charging cars all day and if you have a 3.3kW charger it means your car is perceived as "hogging" the spot because it has to sit there twice as long.
I implore you to put faster chargers on cars which can take them. This will give your cars a better profile among techies. Remember, people are more likely to see and talk about these cars at work than when they are at home hidden in a garage.
And the Spark EV, for example, which can charge at 30+kW using SAE CCS clearly could charge at 6.6kW or more on AC L2 charging too.
Calling his bluff just means not folding but continuing to contest the issue.
That's what you are suggesting.
This is the kind of dumb question which rarely if ever exposes anything about the candidate other than whether they heard this brain teaser before.
I sure hope this isn't really what he asks people.
The IRS holds that you can deduct vehicle registration fees as taxes if they are based upon the value of vehicle or if they are flat fees. If they are based upon vehicle weight you cannot deduct them.
So states moved away from taxing on weight.
The "free" SAAS services are not free. You're just paying for them in your utility bill instead of directly. There's no subsidy here, just a different billing method.
I wouldn't wish cygwin on my worst enemy.