Well, they are being fined $11 mil for this missing of the deadline.
An opinion on the law being violated was given in footnote 5 on page 12 of the judgement. It suggests he is not guilty of the charge.
If he is retried, he can bring into evidence footnote 5 on page 12 of the judgement where the judges advanced the opinion that he was innocent of the accessing without authorization or in excess of authorization charge because there was no password or code barrier and the program accessed a publicly facing interface and retrieved information that AT&T unintentionally published. It reads that even if they found the venue as correct, they would have vacated the guilty verdict because of that.
Actually, it is a paradox. He can't fix stuff if it is never accepted.
The fix needed is in the systemd code, not the kernel. He can fix it, in less than a minute of editing probably two constants. (from "debug" and "quiet" to "systemd.debug" and "systemd.quiet")
The problem is systemd is a johnny-come-lately and is violating the standard way of doing things, even if the standard way isn't the most optimal. Think of it like a court of law, no court is going to accept a junior lawyer changing terminology that has been in use for centuries just because the lawyer has read a thesaurus. The impact is just too large.
To take it further, apparently all but two parameters (debug and quiet) that systemd recognizes are prefixed by systemd.xxxxxx, so they know how to work within the kernel standard.
The kernel has for a long time had a protocol of parameter naming. Direct kernel parameters are plain, module-specific parameters have mod.xxxx format and that was designed to pass driver-specific parameters in. SystemD, being a child process and not even part of the kernel should respect the existing protocol and ignore any parameters not passed without a leading systemd.
The balaclava isn't for you to wear to hide yourself, it's to pull over the head of the glasshole to cover the camera up. And get them in trouble with the fuzz.
Disable the DNS Client service in Services MMC stops this as well. You'll have a few more DNS queries, but who cares.
Begone and good riddence to your vandalizing of channels.
The problem with producing a car that can only do the highway speed limit, is that it can then still exceed the town limits which is where you have the greater risk of hitting people and other cars.
Imagine an area on the plane where the screaming kids will sit, able to hear what's going on, but not being heard. Or to separate first class from cattle class even better than it already is. Not the most necessary of solutions, but might gain them some extra pax.
They are documented in the regulations linked by the GP and there are clearly documented compliance and appeals processes in there as well. It's a hell of a read though.
The company might well be registered with them already. Searching for VMWare, Oracle, SAP on their approved schools page returns a number of training companies with registered technical offerings. Not living anywhere near California, I have no idea what training companies there are, so YMMV.
They should be pushing courses into these countries as hard as possible. By exposing the students to the rest of the world and having them interact with the multitude of other countries and cultures of the other students, you give them an understanding of what the rest of the world is like and a chance to debate it with others.
By cutting them off like this, you now have a group of students who were busy educating themselves now unable to finish that process and that will likely result in the student starting to think "maybe my government is right about the Americans."
It becomes a matter of balance between whether the course material assists the regime or whether the interaction with other students causes more people to question the regime. I think the balance tips heavily in favour of causing questions.
You wouldn't keep it there, but because of the regional market segmentation, PLEX might be 550mil ISK in Jita and 620mil ISK in nullsec somewhere, so you decide to buy a bunch of them, transship to the higher selling market and make a quick profit. Unless you undock from Jita 4-4 and get blown to pieces.
You don't have to ship it yourself, as you could run a courier contract, but they can get stolen and if you price the collateral high enough to not make a loss if they get nicked, then the chances of someone taking the contract up diminishes because of the not-able-to-dock-in-the-delivery-station scams making massive collateral contracts suspect.
May I suggest you stop watching American-made documentaries and switch to those made by the BBC. They certainly don't call the non-Westerners backward and savages. Go and grab the Science and Islam series or When Rome Ruled and you'll see a decent take on history.