He can cite them all he wants. They don't apply. There is no emergency. Fuck Obama.
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You are perfect example of the stupidity that keeps male rape victims from seeking justice.
When women who are raped are treated like trash. When there is, for all intents and purposes, slavery (despite being outlawed). When an accident of birth forever brands you as undesirable and lowly. Then fuck yes, I will dismiss your culture as backwards and inferior. You had that thousand years to become decent. You chose not to.
In a fraction of that time we got rid of slavery. Women have equal rights. Rapists and child molesters are tossed in prison and outcast by the majority of people. A person born low can rise up to become head of a corporation.
So go fuck yourself.
Earlier this week I put in a request for pen-testing a new server I had completed. I think it's secure, but that isn't my area of expertise, so I have the experts kick the shit out of my server to see if anything falls over.
I was thinking about upgrading and figured I'd wait until the S6 was available, but those two flaws make it a deal breaker.
The feds have been putting pressure on banks to stop taking accounts for businesses they do not approve of. So far, they've gone after accounts of the porn industry and gun stores. I fully expect them to target tobacco stores in the near future. They do this by suggesting to the bank that they would find it necessary to conduct thorough and repeated audits if the banks work with "less than desirable" businesses.
So it depends upon whether the contract was signed under the author's business or as an individual, right? I'm guessing either is plausible, so it's simply a matter of looking at the original wording of the contract to see who signed it. Was it signed by James Rigney or by Robert Jordan, Inc. I'm not a lawyer, just asking questions.
PSN has absolutely nothing to do with Sony Pictures. They happened to be owned by the same multi-national corporation, but don't share a damn thing.
A large scale DDoS is almost impossible to prevent. There are things you can do to reduce the damage, but if the bot-net is large enough, you're fucked.
Don't forget that massive penalty if you want to cancel the contract.
I think at least some blame does need to be lay at the feat of Sony and Microsoft here, but not because of 'network security' but rather creating the risk in the first place where there does not need to be one.
How about I kick in your front door and steal all your stuff? After all, you didn't put in place absolutely perfect security, so it's really your own fault for allowing me into your home.
Or a better analogy. I park a big rig in your driveway so you can't get into your home. That's what a DDOS is, basically. And if the "enemy" has enough resources, a DDOS is nearly impossible to prevent.
Even in Canada, sadly.
Rope, tree, politician. Some assembly required.
It's simple. "Nothing is more important than my cause." That is the result of raising them to believe they are entitled.
That's complete bullshit. Sony Pictures has absolutely nothing to do with SCEA. The only thing they have in common is the same parent company. That don't share even the tiniest bit of IT infrastructure.
Here's a bunch of wife-friendly consoles
Why yes, I am single. How could you tell?