& torrential rains soon to hit the Left Coast again soon: see Wikipedia for "Pineapple Express."
The climated do-gooders are going to have a field day with the next mega-rain on the West Coast, but they happen about every 160 years.
Is this the "ONLY" bacon exploit those hackers have, or do they keep the juicy bacon hidden from the 'Criscos' of the world.
Boy, do you have it right on "milk out profit in the short term." The CEO needs his retirement parachute, before it goes up in flames!
VW is just the first mega-liability case even though it is between governments and VW, with some benefits going to VW owners.
The next issues are likely to be gigantic class action cases which might bring a car company to its knees.
The kids I know going to Berkeley (2 Godchildren) grew up knowing that if you want to "go somewhere" you had best be in business administration or law
so you manage the coders!
Yeah, my conclusion, but not far off.
CO is usable and can be 'burned' which results in CO2 (oxidation.)
How can a company declare a product "secure" when obviously no security audit was done?
If WhatsApp merely stated that in transit is encrypted, but data on your phone is open to discovery, even if deleted, at least they would have been honest.
There is no reason not to tell the driver/owner that a sensor is out or a cable unplugged and that it doesn't take a "factory service center" to fix it.
The chips and coding to provide this info to the "farmer" are trivial compared to the price of the equipment.
Who's daddy do you trust?
Pressure to perform QUICKLY, ALL THE TIME, on every 16 hour shift.
No gray matter at all.
Think of how many devices the iPhone integrated into one small housing. A half dozen for the average person and maybe a dozen for techies.
Dead? No excuse for laying off work.