I'm not sure I can vote for him either...
It's definitely NOT something I would want to leave on all the time.
I have many complaints about the first company I worked for out of school hiring and paying me as an intern instead of a full employee, but I will admit that I did get quite good experience out of the deal.
I graduated with Honors last year, went through a 6-month internship (we're going to hire you on full time and pay you market rate! Honest! It's just this is a bad time right now, we don't have the authorization for more manpower, we'll keep you on as an intern though...) - found another job with that experience easily enough.
Now with only a year's experience, I'm getting headhunter E-mails once or twice a month.
Drunk Drivers are often prevented from owning/driving cars; or at least forced to own a car with a built in sobriety detector.
There have been reports that Adam Lanza obsessively played Call of Duty and Starcraft before he went on a shooting rampage at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., last Friday.
Starcraft? Seriously? That breeds killers?
you two appear to be agreeing with each other, and yet insisting that your opinions are different.
You change throughout your life, and can realize the views you're holding are wrong. I was certainly a little shit when I was younger, and will probably look back at the views I hold today and be at least a little embarrassed.
Interesting historical note; "Just following orders" has totally been an acceptable excuse.
Most people point to the Nuremburg trials when making the comparison, but every single person convicted in those trials was in a position of authority actively giving orders. No-one was even put on trial for being a front-line guard.
He's not violating the TOS, but he's certainly accessing the computer system without authorization, which is the actual felony crime being discussed. If anything, his guilt is even more unambiguous.
He has been denied his right to a speedy trial, [i]it is already unambiguously unfair[/i]. There's nothing leading me to believe the court's contempt for due process will stop once the actual trial begins.