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Why bother? if you just wait outside Mr. Ballmers office, he will eventually just start throwing stool samples and folding chairs, with no need for prompts or requests from you. Just take what you need from that, sort of like getting a stool sample from a pet.
An anonymous reader writes "I was preparing to accept a software developer job at a California company and was put off by the contract which claimed ownership of any ideas I create (on my own time or at the company) during my stay at the company and required me to inform them of any ideas (related to the company or not) during my employment and for a year afterwards. I found references to a coupleinstances where this became a legal problem for the developer.
Is this something to worry about?"
A service intended to help innocent travelers get off the No Fly List instead sent their personal information unencrypted to a Virginia company. Following a Wired News report, a congressman asks the TSA to explain itself. By Ryan Singel.
WeAreTrackingYou writes "According to this AP Story scientist at Hitachi have built RFID tags that are the size of powder crystal i.e. 0.002 inches by 0.002. However the only problem is that these RFID tags need a external antenna. Next time you go to Mega Lo Mart you might get sprinkled with this pixie dust er powder-sized RFID tags so that they can serve (track) you better."