Best response ever!
Best response ever!
Why would HRC want to separate herself from the very thing she created 20+ years ago. The Telecommunication Act of 1996, NAFTA, HIPAA, the Patriot Act, Invasion of Iraq, the TSA and the like, these are all HRC's babies, and these constructs are the very thing that supported her into her presidency. No sane mother ever abandons her baby, except to save the baby's health.
Sorry for the typos, cell keyboards...
The Constitution was specifically crafted so that Congress would have a very difficult time getting things done. This us because kneejerk legislation, and hidden cronyism is good for noone in the long term. When the framers compeomised, it was on how power was to be devided between State and Federal governments and people thought this was good. Now compromise means quid pro quo, "l'll fund your pet project if you fund mine." Getting things done amd compromise aren't good goals in the modern legislative process, because there's so little common value to it any more.
Bacon, ya I see it but, I propose data is like the new donut. Looks great on the outside, a little empty on the inside, and once you've eaten three, you wish you hadden't.
Yes but Capacitance Electronic Discs have a much warmer picture, especially when paired with new old-stock cathode ray tube amplifiers.
"As the ocean gets warmer, which it is getting, it expands..." is just an example of Bill Nye trying to impress his audience with his knowledge of the physical properties of water, and therefore he should be trusted as part of the Priestly Order of the Science Illuminati.
Of course the flooding in Louisiana has noting to do with the fact that the southern arch of the Jet Stream has been cycling over Nevada instead of Missouri for the past few weeks. In no way could this have been caused by cyclic El Niño warming in the Pacific causing an early breakdown of the Polar Vortex, enhanced by seasonal Atlantic low-pressure zones, which cause North America to experience increased hydraulic activity overall.
Nope, it's due to oceanic surface water expansion.
That's an important point, and allows for the server to be spoofed. But I think that the intent here is that active communications between server and client can be eaves dropped on. During the handshake, a symmetric cipher is selected and a key exchanged. It's this second key that normally cannot be accessed. Once a third party has access to this, they can see everything.
Hey, why is it that Slashdot has been scooped by like _everybody_ lately. This store was on News.Google.com last night, and other managed aggregators before that...
Straws, Grasping at. Look it up people!
These scientists did awful things with DNA
IMHO, it's really about a dying industry attempting to extract all of the liquidity from a market before it takes its last breath. Or if its anything like the BSA, its about a company that is "hired" as an enforcer that gets to keep anything it kills.
Riddle me this, if Rightscorp is setup like the BSA, then it may keep 100% of any claims it is able to prosecute. In the case of the BSA, they were initially funded by a consortium of software houses. But their business model is now funded 100% by their ability to prosecute incorrect licensing. The BSA is not required to turn over any of it's winnings to the partners. That means that if you installed Adobe Acrobat too many times, the BSA profits but Adobe does not.
Is Rightscorp setup the same way? A tool of the music industry that can hound it's own income with out paying those who stand to loose?
Uncertain fortune is thoroughly mastered by the equity of the calculation. - Blaise Pascal