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.
Yes. Or perhaps only one (in the relevant time frame).
In terms of a deterrent, I'm not sure 5 years of jail is going to sound any more scary than just expulsion; the penalties here seem out of line.
Are you joking? netcat is a nice little building block that you can make other things out of. telnet is decidedly not.
I thought at first it was saying 36 groups each tried to reproduce the results of 13 experiments, and all 36 were successful with 10 of 13 (though not necessarily the same ten), successfully reproducing the results of a reproducibility meta-experiment.
Wouldn't he be too busy to say anything of the kind?
To be specific, Samsung's external lawyers; actual Samsung employee lawyers would not (or at any rate should not) have had access.
Ignoring all the florian-spew and articles based on it, it seems an expert report was accidentally insufficiently redacted, and Samsung has not been fast enough in their investigation of where all the information went, so the magistrate judge is setting a deadline and ordering some depositions. Yawn.
For the worried, the link is quite SFW.
"What does it run?"