This all reminds me of those crazy scenes in robocop or skulls with dangling spinal cords.
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The heart has a neural network.
In other news....my 6 year old daughter wants to do away with brussell sprouts.
"they're taking a black-list approach, rather than identifying the security hole that the hacker tool exploited in the first place?"
I think everyone is mind numbingly in a thoughtless black-list approach. I used to work security at a college where I would perform application risk assesments, penetration testing, network analysis, and so on. The help desk, for which I was tier 3 (contacted me when they couldnt figure something out essentially), was constantly removing "viruses." I would have to get involved with removal sometimes because I understood the nature of the various malwares and how they would get a foothold in the system. Anyway, after doing this a few times I would talk with the users trying to get an idea of WHERE they got the virus by tracing their browser history and interviewing them. A majority of the time (mostly academic types) thee people were just on popular news sites like MSNBC or whatever. Their browser history often backed up their stories 100% and these people where not in a place to be browsing privately if you know what I mean and they were not savvy enough to clear their tracks anyway. I always felt the root cause was the most important aspect of removing malware but my boss and "colleagues" never gave it a second thought..."oh...you got a virus...lets try to remove it" was the extent of their thought process.
"The burden of proof would be on you to show that your former employe"
blah blah blah...the burden of invoking arbitration and whatever the costs of that would determine your automatic settlement.
Welcome to the real world.
The judge does not want to make a ruling that would set precedent for preserving the privacy of medical data as information the government does not have a right to...a ruling that would eventually be overturned in another case loosely related to medical privacy...like this one.
Then we would all be quivering balls of fear who would then kill eachother by expressing some other fear derived personality trait.
Aggression is a result of fear...someone push this retard down some steps already.
Hipster? I think you nailed it.
It is just difficult to conceive why someone would even attempt to use other services on an Android phone. Essentially, the market does not see a need to do so. I agree....difficult to compete with free, works, awesome.
"keeps sperm from maturing"
What could go wrong?
I think 30 years of trouble free operation from a washing machine is the benchmark...15 years? I would never buy that brand again.
You want hug?....I break washing machine...fuck you!!