a) false. You had to have your device set to allow automatic pushes...
Do you have to have it set, or not change it's default setting? Most iMorons are the same people who can barley find the Windows Start menu. Setting it to auto download is almost the same as making it unchangeable, and just as irresponsible as Windows auto run feature on by default.
Click this icon for the word processor, this one is the folder that contains all your work related documents. This icon is for web browsing, but stay off that unless you're on break. This is the menu icon down here in the lower left corner, just like you're used to, just look for the name of the program you need to run if it's not already on the desktop.
Click here, click there. It's all the same no mater what OS you're using. If it takes more than an hour to train the average employee how to to use a new OS with similar software, you need a new employee, that one's broken.
Now it may take a day or two to train the ones who create documents and a few days to a week to train those that write scripts/programs in it, but it is not going to cost more than the several hundred dollars (or Euros) it would cost for each user.
FTFA: "Our review indicates that the server did not contain consumer personal information..."
So we're consumers to government services now?
It was bad enough when the corporations changed from using customers to consumers, but no way in hell should the government use that term in reference to its citizens.
Unfortunately these cars won't do 200MPH...
Neither did the Grand Prix cars in the beginning. Racing and its popularity helped guide the auto industry to where it is now. I can only hope that electric car racing will do the same for the innovation in the electric market.
Yeah, the buildings in Seattle could certainly use solar and wind to generate all the power they need.
Or are you suggesting the whole country move to the desert and mountain areas?
Preventing the worst 1% of market participatns from offering via a specific platform will never shift the market share of the whole market by 1%.
No, but a regulation designed to affect 10 or 15 percent of the market participants, based on the action of this 1 percent, would have a great deal of affect on the whole Airbnb market.
People think businesses and CEO's only worry about short-term gains, but they aren't as stupid as you think. Consistent short-term gains require a long-term plan, and consistent gains are what's needed to build wealth.
Or is the stuff already not really important to keep more than one copy around
It's Facebook. I doubt it's of any importantce even to the op. At any rate, the NSA has a copy for backup.
Yeah, and Gene Roddenberry wrote about faster than light space travel back in the 60's, but that didn't make it possible.
Fictional stories are fiction for a reason.
This is where the family room developed, and it's also exactly what the current "social media" crap is trying to emulate.
How do you keep your keys from scratching your smartphone?
Don't keep them in the same pocket?
I hold my phone in my left hand because I'm right handed, so I keep it in my left pocket. I use my keys with my right hand, so they stay in my right pocket. Up until I got my first cell phone small enough to fit in a pocket comfortably, my left pockets (both front and rear) remained unused.