The audit does, however, note that the EDA's IT infrastructure was so badly managed and insecure that no attacker would need sophisticated attacks to compromise the agency's systems.
If your competition cuts working hours to 30 to avoid healthcare costs, it they can then keep their prices lower than yours, you have to too or you're out of business. You can't rely on the goodness of people's hearts in capitalism.
The obvious way to solve that problem to make yet another regulation that forces employers to give employees at least 30 hours of work a week. However, that would just lead to even more unemployment. Wage and price controls never work. We need to have a system that doesn't depend on the goodness of people's hearts.
Counter-intuitively, that's probably an even freer market. Let's lower the barriers to hiring and try to reach full employment. Once there, employers will need to compete for workers by offering better pay etc., and the whole standard of life thing lifts itself up by its bootstraps, not by force and regulations. History, and the present day shows this over and over. There's no easy shortcut to riches just by making laws and relying on altruism.
Don't listen to the crotchety old bitter nerds around here who hate cars. Autonomous personal transportation would be a GOOD thing for the future gearhead. Why? Look at the big picture!
So the sky is not falling! If you look up you'll see the rainbows and unicorns!
There must be plenty of
They're just playing a game of whack-a-mole.
The IBM 2250 is impressive ... if you compare it with a system selling for a tenth its price. -- D. Cohen