companies don't have rights, only people do.
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They present a lot of information that will lead to that conclusion, but do not themselves state that the conclusion is fact.
A better question is why not just lay the plumbing for an automatic fire suppression system throughout every compartment.
Encrypt your own data, store it where ever and hope it's not valuable enough for someone to bother cracking it.
And it's much easier to get a "higher performance machine" in a blade server form factor, than you will ever get in a laptop.
I don't know what your cable/internet bill looks like, but I'm already paying "bullshit utility taxes" on mine.
I imagine it's paid for by the "technology use fees" paid by every student of the USG.
The uid's generally identify those.
I'll take that bet, $1000?
That sounds like 0x10c, but I know nothing about KSP.
ALICE from Carnegie Melon, http://www.alice.org/index.php
Would the slaves have been better off in Africa, dead of one savagery or another?
First, your racism is showing. Second, the answer is an unequivocal "YES!"
Because of this: http://techcrunch.com/2012/09/...
A lot of IT positions are with the federal government, and many military members parting from service already possess the security clearances required for those positions. It's often cheaper to train someone that already possess a security clearance to be an IT professional than it is to get an IT professional their security clearance.
That was easy.