And that is not a problem, it's just one step back and two forward for them. "Oops I did it again!"
I agree - there's always the easy way these days, tag it as "child porn" and people will bring out the feathers and tar and all chances of a reasonable handling in court are gone.
If they want the item back then they need to provide postage and packaging.
And they can't expect it to be returned unopened or without scratches.
It may cost them more in handling to get the items returned than to call it a day and cut the losses.
A good encryption is beautiful and simple while still completely unpredictable unless you have the right key.
The less code that you have to use to perform the encryption the better.
From my perspective the use for NSA in going into the gamer realm would be more an exercise in infiltration techniques than any real threat hunt. Even covert agents needs training.
It can also be a great channel for information exchange between NSA agents.
The possibility to actually gather any useful real world intelligence from online multi-player games is at best questionable unless they have targeted a specific person that's identified already outside the game.
And also explains why people think that I'm weird.
Most creative works has been done by people not conforming to what the general population thinks. Leonardo da Vinci, Alexander the Great, Steve Jobs, Einstein, Chaplin... All were very good in their specific way. Of course - creativity also has to be combined with hard work to succeed.
On the Higgs boson that may be, but for the subject of TFA the Nobel Prize is not of any concern. The only reason why it was mentioned was to (redundantly) remind people that Higgs do have some academic weight due to the Prize.
And that was in Switzerland a century ago.
Patent offices today are flooded with weird stuff and almost nothing is rejected because it won't matter in most cases.
It also tells us about the way our politicians wants us to go - go in public transportation, don't think for yourself. Back to the "Metropolis" of Fritz Lang.
No, it's an act of god if you get sick.
Enforce mandatory vaccination at certain stages in life or for certain services.
And for those that can't provide proof of vaccination - deny education, passport, driving license and other services. If you don't have protections offered by the government then you shouldn't have any services by it either.
Change the Copyright law so that the creator(s) of a work never ever can transfer the copyright - they shall only be able to grant non-exclusive publishing rights.
This means that no publisher shall be able to bully themselves to the position where they are in control of the information - it's the creator.
Here in Sweden we have a service called "Techleaks" (https://www.techleaks.se/sa-kontaktar-du-oss-via-techleaks.html), use Google Translate to get another language if needed.
This seems to be a way if nobody in top management listens.
One way to indicate to upper management - change the priority to the other projects and let things like printers and network problems go unresolved and state that it won't be fixed until we have achieved milestone Y for project X.
When the CEO comes in and rambles about printers not working - then let him choose between printer and a penalty for not meeting deadline for project X.
The Porsche GT is mostly corresponding to the canceled Group B rally cars of the 80's and is a distant relative to the iconic Porsche 959, but with about 50% more power than the 959, and with power that would have blown the a$$ of the competition in Formula 1 before the turbo era.
No surprise that things happens when you put one of those beasts on the road, and city streets aren't a race track with predictable pavement and surroundings.