Has there been a break for the PS4 yet, or a break for Blu-Ray or BD+?
The big question is: why haven't the telcos moved home / small business over yet?
I asked the owner of an ISP that question. The answer was basically, money. The transition will cost money, and there is zero upside to spending that money before you have to.
If the biggest, most secure organizations in the world (Sony x 2, Target, OPM) can get breached, anyone can.
I don't think anyone ever said they were the most secure organizations in the world. In the case of Sony specifically, their security was notable for its poor quality.
After this the only way to get IP addresses will be to pay a broker. The cost will go up and up over several years, until IPv6 is adopted, then the price will go down. IPv6 is already being rolled out in several places, so it's not an impossibility. Your phone more than likely uses IPv6, for example.
Agreed, but a substantial amount is gaming the business and the trick is attracting and extracting investor dollars with full knowledge that there's little chance of success
I'll bet venture capitalists know that game, and are more skilled at avoiding tricksters than you are at tricking them.
How on earth can you be that huge and JOG?
Lots of people do, because exercise makes you hungrier. If you jog for an hour, you'll burn ~400 calories, which is the number of calories in a good sized bagel with cream cheese.
Exercise to keep yourself healthy and strong. If you want to lose weight, change what you eat.
I became a programmer because I like programming. The fact that I can make money doing it is just a happy coincidence.
once you have the product built, they will let you go before you get a chance to cash in.
That sounds like a joke, but it's not. I've seen it happen. Never work for a company that rips off its customers, because they will just as surely rip you off when the time comes.
but frankly you're not important enough, but it is worthwhile to keep your data from being swept up incidentally.
How do you know? There are important people on this forum.
And how do we ensure that an update doesn't come along specifically to open up an exploit or a back door?
It doesn't matter if it's intentional or not, the exploits are there. Even OpenBSD hasn't managed to keep remote exploits out of their system (although practically speaking, good luck breaking into an OpenBSD system).