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+ - Nagios Plugins web site taken over by nagios-> 1

Submitted by hymie!
hymie! (95907) writes "Holger Weiß , formerly of, announced that "Yesterday, the DNS records [of] were modified to point to web space controlled by Nagios Enterprises instead. This change was done without prior notice. To make things worse, large parts of our web site were copied and are now served (with slight modifications) by . Again, this was done without contacting us, and without our permission. This means we cannot use the name 'Nagios Plugins' any longer." Announcement here, discussion here"
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Comment: how much surveillance do we want? (Score 1) 264

by hymie! (#45127015) Attached to: RMS: How Much Surveillance Can Democracy Withstand?

There was an article, or a cartoon, or something that I read once.

1970: You want to give every American a little tracking device so that we know where they are at all times, and can follow them as they move around? You're out of your mind if you think that will happen.
2010: I need another iPhone!

Comment: Defense costs much more than attack (Score 1) 85

by hymie! (#44731029) Attached to: How Patent Trolls Stalled a New Transit App

I just wanted to reiterate this statement

The cost to the patent troll for filing a lawsuit is around $500, but Bannert was forced to spend over $10,000 on a legal defense

It cost my stalker nothing to convince the local government to issue me an unconstitutional citation for holding a St. Patrick's Day party without a permit, and it cost me over $6,000 to get the citation dismissed.

Comment: Sadly, I know how she feels (Score 2, Interesting) 986

by hymie! (#44617187) Attached to: Joining Lavabit Et Al, Groklaw Shuts Down Because of NSA Dragnet

As somebody who is being stalked myself, I believe that the correct way to fight privacy invasion is to keep doing what you're doing, and show the invaders that they cannot intimidate you.

But I realize that this is a decision each person must make for him/herself, and I am sorry but not necessarily surprised that this is the decision PJ made.

The person who makes no mistakes does not usually make anything.