Wait...there's more than one?
On a system you build from the silicon up with audited firmware and chip design.
AWS has posted an advisory stating that they are not affected by VENOM.
It's also a completely meaningless statistic. If they'd been able to give a per mile rate, then we'd actually be able to compare.
Which is exactly what they are.
The average person doesn't know the difference between mean and median.
The usual way to determine if a project is making money...
Government projects are the only enterprises less subject to the ordinary methods of determining profit than tech startups.
...and then have the laser toting sharks surround them and they'll form a Bose–Einstein flock condensate.
Yes, there's a good chance that versions of this technology capable of producing detailed 3D maps will be abused without the courts stepping in. On the other hand, it seems to me there's also a perfectly legitimate use for which the simple versions described in TFS are well suited: SWAT teams checking to see if there's anyone on the other side of the door they're about to bust down (with a warrant). That use has the potential to save lives without infringing on anyones rights.
Doesn't the tail of a comet always point directly away from the sun?
Okay. Where do I sign?
Maybe the complaint system only support 2^16 entries?
They must be tracking them in an old version of Excel.
I don't know if this is an issues with Comcast, but there are ISPs who force all DNS traffic to use their servers. It was a constant frustration when I was stuck with Excede (a US satellite internet provider).
Let's not all panic yet. The sky hasn't fallen and the bill hasn't even has its first hearing in committee, no less a vote in the full body. http://kslegislature.org/li/b2...