This is a common and reasonable policy.
This is a common and reasonable policy.
As I recall they achieved this by "cheating" and broadcasting noise on the channels in order to generate more RF energy (i.e. there wasn't enough power because unless you probably aren't transmitting 100% of the time)
I think it is pretty open/shut that these are his photographs and his property.
That said, the school probably has a leg to stand on when it comes to protecting the privacy of it's students at school activities.
It would be a reasonable general rule (that should be enforced as such and not just applied to one person) that you cannot publish photos of students on the Internet taken at school events. They can presumably enforce this for students but they would presumably need to also enforce a "no photos" policy at games/etc with the parents (i.e. in order to attend the game, you must sign this waiver).
If student privacy is the real issue, then they need to follow this through all the way. Half measures seem less likely to be enforceable or even useful...
Just because some vague articles and politicos point the finger at North Korea doesn't mean that it's true. I'm not making any assertions about the truth at this point, but we should be careful before jumping to (potentially violent) conclusions based on hearsay.
"But in their initial public statement, whoever hacked Sony made no mention of North Korea or the film. And in an email sent to Sony by the hackers, found in documents they leaked, there is also no mention of North Korea or the film. The email was sent to Sony executives on Nov. 21, a few days before the hack went public. Addressed to Sony Pictures CEO Michael Lynton, Chairwoman Amy Pascal and other executives, it appears to be an attempt at extortion, not an expression of political outrage or a threat of war."
Your likely options are:
1) relay all of your email through Comcast's SMTP gateway (this is what I do w/ TWC)
2) host your mail server elsewhere (extra $$/mo)
I think it is.
It is one thing to install software on your own computer that serves modified content. When you start serving the modified content to other people, I believe that creates the difference.
If comcast can inject ads, then there would be no problem with ISPs offering "Advertising Filtering" proxy servers for their customers and serving them sanitized content.
"Does your browser have an OpenPGP library?"
It looks like it will soon:
Agreed. The US refused to purchase equipment from Chinese technology companies because of security concerns. Now the tables have turned and we mock them for being isolationists?
The argument for running a windows firewall *in addition* to physical firewalls is that you create a "soft underbelly" if the individual servers do not have their own defenses. Say someone compromises server #1 -- now they can attack server #2 - #4 and have access to a significantly larger threat surface (i.e. Server #1 has direct access to ports on #2 - #4 that you wouldn't want an attacker to see).
The basic principle is - keep your attack surface as small as possible from as many attack vectors as possible. This means inefficiency and overlapping defenses.
Pretty sure these people haven't spent much time in the courts....
I was sued for defamation by a company over content that someone else published on their site. I was included in the lawsuit because I provided the owner/operator/content-creator/everything of the other site a web analytics tool I created (before the days of free Google Analytics). This was enough to confuse the courts and put me in the position where best case scenario, I spend $40K+ and I "win" and worst case scenario, I spend $40K and lose the case and face a ridiculous judgment.
Unless you are an unemployed lawyer with no assets and plenty of free time, the legal system is a big pile of lose-lose.
I'm not going to argue that C# is faster than C++, but 1000x seems a bit surprising. I'm also not sure why you say that C# requires a desktop OS?
They aren't selling the software they are selling their time to install it for you. Big difference....
Install Visual Studio.. it has its own built in web server. You can use SQL express. If you are really worried about system resources, manually start/stop SQL server only when you are developing
I used their system for a while. It worked adequately enough although if there was a break in, I'm not sure what I would have actually done...
The commentary on resetting passwords in windows is useful/interesting, but this article really doesn't have any special relevance the cloud. Whether or not the storage is a local physical volume or "floating around on dem internets" doesn't make a difference.
I have a theory that it's impossible to prove anything, but I can't prove it.