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I just pulled it up on my android phone, and it clearly says it's for office 365 only. This appears it won't function with exchange in a corp environment as it stands.
We're running 10 tech preview exclusively in our office. It's had a few bugs, but they haven't been blocking. The most frustrating one I've seen is the numlock bug (numlock off in bios was actually on in windows and vice versa) This is a huge issue if you have an always on numlock keyboard like my logitech 5500.
The constitution would disagree on voting being only a privilege per the 15th amendment, and the blocking of felons is an unconstitutional attempt to get around this.
Driving isn't a right, it's a privilege, Voting is something guaranteed by the constitution. Gun ownership states militias (even the federalist papers agree with this), but that's been twisted to mean everyone by SCOTUS in the 80's and 90's
There's another option, if they're actually good at it, and that's the government will offer them a job (with the condition you'll sit in a cell for decades if you don't take it)
They don't do that for script kiddies like LS though, those people just get jailed and forgotten forever.
Denial of service is as much of a hack as unplugging your PC is. Sorry, but no hack, just children. Most people grown out of the anarchy phase of their life when their balls drop. It seems these manchildren haven't yet. Maybe if they put themselves to doing something productive and stopped living in their mothers basement they may stop being so angry.
They weren't hacked. They were ddos'ed. This was not a hack. Bad title, bad summary.
They weren't hacked as much as someone parked on the bridge and claimed to have blown it up. A DDOS attack is not a hack, it's just drowning out other communications.
This is the same as someone going into a large room with a megaphone and yelling, then claiming they killed everyone in the room despite everyone still being very much alive.
Actually, representative democracy doesn't account for the lobbyists. That's an indicator of oligarchy and fascism, not a republic or democracy.
Republicans love regulation that keeps them in control. As car dealers are typically conservative, there's little chance they'll give it up, especially not to some eco friendly liberal types like tesla.
Silos are a special reinforced concrete designed to withstand anything except a direct hit, and a direct hit wouldn't obliterate it. An in silo detention wouldn't be as bad as you think, but it wouldn't be pretty.
I'd go into more detail if I could, but you know, state secrets and all.
I've cleaned systems that got viruses from ads on Fox News, CNN, ESPN and MSN. No one is to be trusted.
If one were to argue that argument, then one would also be able to hold said sites liable for any virus laden ads they serve up.
I've cleaned far too many viruses in my day to trust any ad network at all. They all must be blocked.