Yes, I figured that was the case, Specifically targeting one household with unwarranted surveilance.
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I can understand the fourth amendment violation in this case.
Playing devils advocate, what would the argument be if a police officer was driving by on the street and had observed the suspect shooting the bottles with a firearm? I do know here in Arizona, that you cannot discharge a firearm within 1/4 mile of any occupied building. If that is the case in Washington, wouldn't thus give the police probable cause to search the home?
I have to agree with this one.
Consoleworks is what we used at one of my previous employers. It had software that would run on Windows or Linux.
Why oh why is this a story on Slashdot?
Great first line!
So this is the Linux version of WiFli?
From the Article:
"Drivers on the scheme will be given a TomTom PRO 3100 as part of the package, and the device will include Active Driver Feedback and LIVE Services to warn drivers when they were cornering too sharply or braking too hard."
I wonder if they take into account the type of vehicle?
A "sharp" turn, at say 20mph, in an SUV is more dangerous than the same "sharp" turn in a sports car.
My Kingdom for mod points. Thanks first poster. My sentiments exactly. How many remakes must we endure?
nmap on Windows?
remember that scene in Scanners?
Ditto on the recruiters calling. I recently submitted for a promotion to management at my former job. Since I had to updated my resume, I decided to post it on monster.com. I said I was looking for full time, non-contract work, but that sure didn't stop the recruiters from trying to contact me.
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Air Force - It's not just a job... It's a job with a uniform!
Odd, I'm looking at my work laptop, Thinkpad T410, with a big old Windows7 sticker on it.
Anyone find the timing of this article a little odd, what with record setting heat in much of the U.S.. Last thing we need it a way to "heat" our homes....