Yes. I thought that went without saying, under the "privatize the gains, socialize the losses"/expenses rubric.
This: "Maybe cities just don't have the right mix of amenities, price, space, parking, and other factors to make them better places to put certain businesses."
The Director of Sustainability demonstrates the ludicrous line of thought that puts stadiums downtown.
Oh, bullshit. I bet you use a half a dozen services that quite legally reserve the right to change the terms, give you notice, and interpret your continuing to use the service as acceptance.
Doesn't make it right, just legal.
No, actually it is far from terrifying. Just some brute force generation and application of simple, short, regex fragments. No "AI-like", no "algorithms going to fly".
Eddie's in the space-time continuum.
"Legal challenges by Peter Junger and other civil libertarians and privacy advocates, the widespread availability of encryption software outside the U.S., and the perception by many companies that adverse publicity about weak encryption was limiting their sales and the growth of e-commerce, led to a series of relaxations in US export controls, culminating in 1996 in President Bill Clinton signing the Executive order 13026 transferring the commercial encryption from the Munition List to the Commerce Control List. "
Isn't that a prerequisite for writing a slashdot poll?
No, I was just confused, it's being willing to be called an asshole that is the prerequisite.
Naughty, naughty, Amazon
What is this "pay phone" you mention?
You think they couldn't get a warrant based on TOR activity at the 8:30am time of the emails and a 9am test? I think you are likely wrong.
Because there are other, innocent people interrogated as he was. And it would be better for them if the police didn't think harsh interrogation produces confessions.
Depends where you live.
The PDF says he signed a waiver of Miranda rights.