Glad to hear you survived! ^^;
run a business without paying the traditional costs in the field and socialize your costs. in this case he wants every internet customer to pay for his bandwidth whether they use netflix or not.
ISPs chose their flat-rate business model; Netflix didn't force it on them. If that business model no longer works, ISPs should switch to a different one.
Nah, Netflix used to use other CDNs. But then they got big enough that it was cheaper to build their own.
That's orthogonal to the issue that (in most people's opinion) no CDN should have to pay broadband ISPs.
you are truly naive, HIPAA doesn't even mandate encryption. the max is $250K penalty for repeat violations if corrected within certain time frame. in other words, no teeth.
offtopic to raise possibility of feds using tech to stop or crash your car? the mods have limited imaginations
no need to "cut it", you can get arrested and fined for doing that on I-294. In fact, for five miles over limit on I-294.
-- 50 year resident of Chicago area
I think the V2V proposal should be scrapped altogether. It would take decades to implement, be very expensive (at hundreds of dollars per car) and it won't actually make cars safer compared with relatively simpler collision avoidance using cameras and other relatively cheap proximity sensors that don't rely on everyone else having functioning V2V systems in their car.
Autonomous cars have cameras and other fail safe sensors they can rely on. GPS is for navigational way points and route planning. Just getting a signal from another car that it is at a certain position is not a sufficient replacement for actually seeing that car with a camera. In all cases I would program that car to trust the camera and distrust the V2V and if it didn't have a camera then the car should stop as safely as it can and not continue to try and drive automatically. GPS is better for navigational way points where precision on the scale of feet and inches is not as important. For collision avoidance in close proximity you want to rely on sensors.
200K is one percent of 20M, and that 20M not from a single vendor as 1992 the year everyone and their uncle jumped into PC market as price plummeted
Did you know Apple was considered part of the PC market in 1992, and had whopping 19 percent share? That's wasn't an intel platform.
couple white house mandate with their assuming power to kill anyone without due process, and things are coming together nicely for a robust fascist police state
You can't climb a ladder and take pics of some girl sunbathing in her backyard legally if she is behind a privacy fence that you had to go out of your way to see over, that includes using a drone to do so.
Who said a ladder is required? From the second floor of a house you can often see much of a neighbors yard when there is only a man sized fence.
Sometimes a bigger fence is required, just ask Todd Palin: http://xfinity.comcast.net/blo...
yeah that was my first thought, totally perverted. things involving webcams and internet are counted as startups
don't laugh too hard at the "invisible hand of the market", last I checked that's what is mostly funding any and all humanitarian efforts in LIberia
gas is hardly "unaffordable to average person", even the burger mashers where I live drive to work