They really just need to put their best brains together on it.
But what if point B happens to be MARS?! Your vote (4) has been registered.
Wikipedia is not a place to list every grievance anyone has on a particular topic.
Indeed, this is a common problem. Some people will post a litany of criticism (complete with sources) just to use Wikipedia as a soapbox. Many things that have fallen out of favor become targets on Wikipedia by zealous users just as PR companies are trying to do the opposite.
Firing someone before their benefits vest would be wrongful termination and (surprise) not be good for shareholder value. Look up ERISA. What they can (an often do) offer is to give some incentive for the employee to voluntarily retire early.
Right, but have you gone into the game after changing IPs? Do you have a static/semi-static IP? Or dynamic?
Doesn't much matter *when* you are online --I'm saying as soon as you do go online it could be possible that if some component of the game, or even game/store client (I don't know if Steam or Origin do this) creates P2P connections. After changing IPs, as soon as that game/game client creates a new P2P connection, it's possible the attacker then knows your new IP.
Again, all depends on the game/client and I dont know which ones use P2P style networking to connect users.
It's also possible, though maybe less likely that if the game they are playing creates P2P connections between the players for say chat, then they could be revealing their IP that way. Like Freshly Exhumed said above though, it all just guesses without some evidence.
But what do I know, I'm a packet who got lost on his way to 127.0.0.1
It seems Google Apps accounts are opted out by default, but Gmail and other regular Google accounts may be opted in by default.
Still, they have made it very clear how to turn it off, and you would still need to comment, +1, or follow something for "Sharing" to kick in. I can kinda see how it's a nuisance, but they are being very up-front about it and making sure all user are notified via several notification methods.
I'm more bothered by the half-assed attempt to tie my Google account and real name to things like YouTube. Those prompts are (still) down right infuriating (and buggy, a few times I thought it might have change my YouTube account name).
This however, is hardly a blip for me. (Although to be fair, I use an Apps account).
Call you...? I see what you did there.
You might look at a Moto X -- nearly the same performance in a smaller form factor. (Smaller than the Nexus 4, and Galaxy Nexus but it hat the same screen size).
Machines certainly can solve problems, store information, correlate, and play games -- but not with pleasure. -- Leo Rosten