It is still unconstitutional. We have the right to be secure in our persons and our belongings. This meant we were secure.
All thanks to the boogey man.
I really wish that you would show up the next time someone inn the US dies from what would have been preventable through analysis of the call records. That way you could say "sucks to be you" the the family. It's the part right after that that I'd enjoy..
So, what you are saying is, all of the people who HAVE given their lives for the freedom of our country, wasted their life? They shouldn't have bothered. They should have saved themselves, stayed alive. Because it is more important to be alive, than to be free?
If you have to pay interns like regular employees, what's the point of hiring interns?
He didn't say you had to pay the interns. You only have to pay them if you make them do essentially grunt work. You hire interns to train them. They may still do some lower end jobs, for free, as long as they are learning.
And we all do this.
No, no we don't. Just because you do, doesn't mean everyone else does as well.
Technically, you cannot release unlicensed software. Sure, go ahead and post it to a public repository, but without an explicit license, copyright law forbids anyone else to make use of it.
That is the thing, EVERY repository in github has a license. Perhaps only 14.9% are explicit. And perhaps it is because the younger generation doesn't know better, not because they care or don't care. Even if you release it to public domain, that is a license.
The way I read the summary was "blah blah blah" 85% of github falls under copyright, meaning you can't copy it without permission.
Obscurity is a perfectly valid layer of security as long as the security mechanism's integrity is not based solely on that obscurity.
You do realize that EVERY means of security IS based solely on obscurity. Its just some stuff is more obscure than others.
Obfuscation pretty much never has a place in security.
Pretty much by definite security IS obfuscation. The question is, how obscure is it.
That pirates gold is pretty safe if you don't have a map...
1) There's no mention in the summary or TFA that the cell phone will be perused at the scene of the accident. Just that it will be confiscated.
TFS certainly implies the cell phone will be perused at the scene:
The measure would allow cops — without a warrant — to thumb through a cell phone
What "probable cause" could they POSSIBLY have..
None. That is why they are introducing this law. IF they had probably cause, they wouldn't need this law.
by putting it out there he all but guaranteed his arrest
Last Kotaku heard SuperDaE was out on bail.
So it looks like he is already arrested.
Speaking of cases, expect lots and lots of cylindrical PCI expansion chassis and RAID arrays from third party soon.
The case looks kind of cool. But I've learned that round things aren't very stackable.
"We don't care. We don't have to. We're the Phone Company."