A house is your private property to do with as you see fit, including renting it out to whomever you wish. If you are worried about that sort of thing, live somewhere with a HOA.
The filter seems to not like it in all caps, but really that's the only way to accurately type the phrase out. So I am including this text to bullshit the filter so we can all enjoy the proper caps usage of a proper go phrase.
Backups. There's usually a backup somewhere that still contains the data.
I feel it was the McDonald's inheritance fortune from years back that poisoned NPR. Republicans saw a chance to siphon some profits from the teat of a public institution and immediately did their damnedest to wrestle their own control into the foundations that manage that money. CPB was the first domino to really fall to them.
Open society naturally grows more liberal, and as a response, politics grows more conservative in its attempt to counteract change.
Thankfully in this cycle, looks like society is winning on the spin-of-the-wheel for cultural development.
Thats nonsense, of course the NSA backdoored bitlocker.
Stop fostering fear of an open source tool that actually worked, now you're doing to work of the NSA for them.
I feel like that would explain the Arma3 FPS lag issues.
My wife in the US got in by invite with a non-FB login, this was before any FB login integration was added. I'm stuck with a FB login b/c I was in the interim where they required it.
You cared enough to comment on it.
News is news, this has a connection with tech, moreso than some of the other bullshit that hits the front, let's just exhale a breath from our nose in amusment/annoyance/cynicism and move to the next submission.
I can't wait to see him throwing chairs onto the court mid-game. 'DEFENSE DEFENSE DEFENSE'
Voting with your wallet is not a choice, the University dictates it, and this will spread like a cancer.
You don't understand the issue or you are making money from the technique and have fully disconnected yourself from the ethical implications of HFT scamming.
I'll use plain english terms to describe it since I'm not in that industry and never remember the fancy facade of names used to obfuscate investing practices and technical points from non-industry people.
You can check the bid/ask prices, the type of HFT process that screws you happens entirely AFTER you press the buy button, they see your buy at one data exchange location and literally outrun your network packets to remaining exchange points to buy up what you just clicked 'buy' on. You end up with a portion of what your lowest bid was, but suddenly the other locations that have the product to fill the order are all priced higher from the HFT gamer. This requires special high speed access and high speed API access to the data exchange points.
It's rigging the system. It's a great hack if you are making money for yourself but it's more than just unethical, it utterly destroys any usefulness of financial investment markets, and also leads to caustic disruption of real world economic data.
Looks like she's bought and paid for.
It's insanity, we are watching real life crazy people.
In many instances, Oracle is expensive and overly complex for what is the ultimate underlying (and simple) task of storing data in a reliable and redundant fashion. A hardcore geek's RDBMS is not what anyone should ever recommend for any production database environment that does not employ umpteen 'hardcore geeks' at any given time to explicitly manage that system.
Oracle is like a diamond encrusted iphone of DBs, it's got perceived value and makes others think you have money and power, and that perception drives it continued usage.
This pretty obviously needs to be a subpeona, a search warrant is from a law enforcement standpoint and that has zero use for data in a physical location outside the US. It's an attempt to end run around the system and it's far reaching and needs to be quashed immediately.