Microsoft also adds that Wi-Fi Sense will only provide internet access, and block connections to other things on the wireless LAN
So I'm reasonably certain all this will do is block access to your subnet and only allow traffic to your gateway. Which in any corporate environment is a massive security risk because if they're doing it right, employees are sitting on different subnets (RFC1918 or otherwise). So, yes, random guy who happens to be a contact in Outlook.com (which literally BEGS to let you make every you ever emailed a contact) now has access to every normally permissible network node as long as he's not interested in the wifi subnet.
Yes, most corporations should be using per-employ authentication, and hopefully Sense engineers are dumb enough to share out AD/LDAP credentials (well, maybe they're not smart or interested enough to go into *nix authentication). But that's not always the case.
Can't wait until this is called "Wifigate"
"Campaign Contributions", geeze. How are the politicians supposed to make a living without them?!
I was going to suggest using a box of 3.5" floppy disks as I wouldn't expect them to have the equipment to read them anymore, but then I realized this is the post office, so maybe just a DVD would be okay since they probably haven't gotten around to procuring any of those yet.
My knowledge of this comes mostly from Wikipedia and a movie I saw called Beer Wars. I took an interest some years ago when Surly Brewing had a long battle with the three tier system in MN. Mostly I just wanted to be able to buy a pint locally.
I've been trying to pay attention to the Tesla vs Dealership battle for a while. Mostly with the hopes that some day I could afford to comfortably pay $90k for a vehicle some day. Though I'd be more than happy to get the Model 3 when it becomes available.
Neckties strangle clear thinking. -- Lin Yutang