There is they could have sought a warrant in Ireland, since they have stronger privacy protections the fishing expeditions would not be allowed. That is why they are trying to make an end run to avoid that having to show cause etc etc etc.
Eminent domain those house and get some more lanes in.
Probably better to put a new highway in off to one side or another, considering it's LA go with both.
But they do time limited error recovery is a basic firmware difference between consumer and enterprise drives.
I'm not sure it's even fair to consider an ent sata a enterprise drive, if they were comparing to sas that would be something.
The correct response is simple, declare them terrorists, cut off there funding etc etc.
Teirs of providers screwed up, Telecom Italia should have never accepted the routes. Considering that the whole AS has 84 ipv4 prefixes that could/should be summarized it's a pretty static list. They have one "client" bgp session to their own second AS. Telecom Italia is big enough where it looks like bigger fish dropped the ball filtering it's nearly 40k routes (possibly also hardware issues 40k long prefix lists can make routers unhappy).
RADB for one. RPKI is pretty ugly and untill everybody uses it it's not that useful. RADB is here now and you can require that everybody registers as a condition of peering/transit.
The first two tend to be protected as elected officials doing their jobs which included discretion in these matters. The union is protecting it's members that is it's job and why unions are worthless throwbacks to fix issues of the 1800's.
That chart must be for the middle aged or older not wearing glasses or refusing to get them. Or maybe it's using comcast's 1080p thats compressed to hell and back.
The correct multi monitor setup is multiple computers + synergy or similar.
The nice thing about an all optical solution is no active devices are needed at the muni level. Passive mux and management of cwdm channels is all that is really needed. Other bits like macsec can help keep the muni's honest.
That is nothing try getting a cable card out of them.
Split the difference, glass between your house and one or more central points is a utility. Layered networks a switched/vlaned muni network that can get community services, lifeline internet, emergency services, startup ISP's, local patching, or whatever people can think to do with it. Now bigger providers can take a pure optics handoff as well. The muni is only taking care of glass and potentially it's own swtich network. The muni potentialy has the long term view to put the glass underground.
Blocking the apparent source IP's is useless it may even help the use better means. Flagging the transactions for further inspection without letting on to the source could be rather useful. A block just means the attacker moves to a different vector say routing through a botnet. Hell low tech and a router on a cantenna to a mcdonalds wifi half a mile away.
Does that mean it knows you would much rather eat somewhere else?