My problem with this selling is Sony and their attitude to security & privacy. I'm inclined to believe they are only sorry they got caught hacking people's PCs (rootkit) and they don't seem to feel any responsibility for their disastrously lax security.
Personally I neither believe stealing, nor cracking is acceptable - I just wouldn't forget to fit locks on my doors and rely on ranting and war-mongering to put off potential hackers (whether criminal / corporate or governmental variety)
I think it is same fares for all or you permit discrimination on a range of size criteria...
Unlike Boston, instead of rushing to help, people just took out their phones and recorded the act
perhaps you didn't see the video of the lady scout leader who walked upto one of the terrorists and asked him to handover his weapons, whilst others tried to help?
Show some respect!
So the UK intelligence services knew about both of those filmed in Woolwich - but they were not regarded as priorities
i.e. the intelligence people didn't have enough resources! So if they can't identify the dangerous "needle in a haystack" making the haystack several thousandfold bigger will help?
Clearly the politicians feel no more responsibility for the inadequate resourcing than the poor tax laws!
A good sound-bite is so much better than thinking a problem through and finding an apt solution.
progress at last...
One day, we might even stop initiating unrealistic projects
That might just be a realistic claim. In the case of the two victims, people are sufficiently shocked and upset, I suspect getting strong sentence might well have saved Woods a lynching
whatever it is about:
neither party appears to be telling the truth about each other
neither party can explain it's point of view succinctly - and I am used to reading poor specs....
neither seems to be genuinely focussed on professionalising IT.
I recently joined PMI - if I could work out how to translate my experience and qualifications into a recognisable level - I think I'd drop BCS as well
ASHes to ASHes, DOS to DOS.