So if another tsunami hits that (evacuated) area, does that mean we credit the meltdown for saving 20,000 lives?
I don't care to lie under oath.
I have to say, reading some of the transcript destroyed any faith I ever had in the FBI or it's crime lab forever. The police revealed themselves to be little better than the criminals they pursue.
I have no idea to this day if Simpson did it or not, so I must give him the benefit of the doubt.
It's worth noting that as long as there are juries, there can be nullification. The only exception is if the jury is just for show and knows it can get in trouble if it doesn't find the way the judge clearly wants it to.
The last time I was in voir dire, the judge asked us to swear under oath that we would judge only the facts and not the law. When I indicated that I could not swear to that, I was excused from the jury.
The problem is, editing files is what a word processor does, though most prefer a simple text editor when it's a configuration file or a script. It does make sense not to grant network access to a word processor.
The browser has to be able to read and write to the browser cache because it is a cache for the browser. If it can't access it, it's entirely useless.
My complaint w/ SELinux is that as a user, if *I* want to allow the word processor to edit *MY*
SELinux's method of assigning security attributes leaves something to be desired.
OTOH, Android's permissions are a little too coarse. I want to permit an app to know the phone is active so it can auto-mute, but I don't care to let it make a call or see who I am talking to. It has no concept of file types.
If only you could benefit from that before you spend your life savings on a lawyer (non-refundable), get fired, and have your name dragged through the media.
That and if judges would stop trying to weed out jurors that believe in nullification.
At one time, prosecutors usually did a decent job of not prosecuting the obviously innocent (or perhaps we just didn't hear of their misconduct as much), but these days they seem to have little care for guilt or innocence as long as they get their conviction.
SELinux may have improved by leaps and bounds since I last touched it, but honestly it IS a wrong headed approach designed for an environment where a single security violation can be a disaster of global proportions.
That's not to say that MAC is bad (it most certainly isn't) or that it's not a good idea on a desktop machine (it is). More that if you make something too draconian and too painful to relax a bit when needed, it tends to get turned off.
The problem is the way powerpoint encourages the user to believe they don't need to know anything to use it and that it then leads them to produce nice looking but useless slides.
That can be overcome, but perhaps it's better to just use something that doesn't have that problem to begin with.
I think of it more as a continuum than a boolean. Things may be more settled or less settled, but nothing can ever be so settled that there is no possible evidence that could change the consensus.
The degree of settled increases with time and failed attempts to disprove a theory.
No, they don't. Other examples of reckless endangerment and negligence would include buzzing the pedestrians on your motorcycle or in your car, or walking by while swinging a baseball bat carelessly. Or throwing rocks into the crowd. The FAA has nothing to do with any of those equivalently negligent actions.
It's also reasonable to believe she just forgot all about passwords and such or figured they would just call Apple and all of that would be fixed right up.
Only sometimes. If you want employees to be available for teleconferencing, or prefer for them to be under the same legal system the offshore outsourcing doesn't work out at all.
Given that it has actually happened (Gaines burgers, actually) it isn't even a slight exaggeration. If that makes you feel just a tiny bit sick, GOOD.
But hey, if they're keeping Paris from enjouing that 3rd summer yacht, just send 'em all for a nice shower and call it done eh? If they wanted to actually matter like human beings they should have had the sense to be born rich. (OK, so THAT might have been a bit of an exaggeration).
Perhaps we should look into that stop blowing up brown people again.