Yep. Dish is surely "too big to fail". Large corporations simply cannot be effectively punished. They fund enough political campaigns that legislators will have a definite interest in making sure no truly harmful penalty is ever inflicted on a big company.
With insurance panda?
I see somebody feels professionally threatened...
I wonder how many people who initially bought into the tablet hype realized it really sucks to type a paper on an iPad and switched back to a PC?
"I foresee a new directive in a lot of IT policies regarding laptops and travel and never using wifi on the plane"
"not that the C-levels will pay attention"
For this exact reason.
Here in America, the government must have the consent of the governed, and the governed have spoken against this type of intrusive overbearing law enforcement for profit. Take your authoritarian bullshit to China where it belongs.
These are the type of companies that buy BMC products. Bloated and expensive must mean it's better, right?
Why on earth are you traveling with HIPAA regulated data on your laptop? Is that truly necessary?
Only in America can you continue a lawsuit without a plantiff.
Can we just cut France off from the internet already? Let them go back to the 1800s, a century they were never comfortable moving past.
When Comcast-owned MSNBC is pretty much a fulltime Democratic campaign channel, it's easy to get the government to look the other way when Comcast breaks laws.
Pay no mind to Oligonicella, he's just a raving asshole. All of his posts are very similarly sarcastic and condescending.
Sure you can. "Officer, those aren't my drugs". Ever heard of someone being prosecuted for saying this? We would need a full-time "liar's court" to prosecute all the liars.
False reporting is a crime, as in completely falsifying a police report.
The FBI however has much more prosecution power in this regard. They typically throw this charge at someone they would like to indict but don't have anything else on them.
If by meaningful testing you mean "runs on my machine in ideal conditions" then yes, they do meaningful testing.
The professional sports model isn't always the best. Ever heard of the Chicago Cubs and their 100+ years of futility?