Suck it up, Nancies. You don't need a safe space.
Suck it up, Nancies. You don't need a safe space.
The VCRs are made in China by a Japanese company. VCRs haven't been made *in* Japan for a while now.
You can't discriminate based on race, religion, sexual preference.
Sure you can. We do it everyday. I can't be a member of the congressional black caucus. I can't be a member of a WNBA team. I can't be a member of AARP.
Exclusion happens all of the time. It's not always a bad thing.
Hilary's crime is needing to GET SHIT DONE and having to break the rules to do it.
Hillary got shit done? Please list her accomplishments.
18 USC 793. This statute explicitly states that whoever, “entrusted with or having lawful possession or control of any documentthrough gross negligence permits the same to removed from its proper place of custodyor having knowledge that the same has been illegally removed from its proper place of custody.shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both.” Comey called her “extremely careless.” That was highly charitable. But even by that standard, Hillary was grossly negligent with classified material. Comey says Hillary had no intent to transmit information to foreign powers. But that’s not what the statute requires.
18 USC 1924. This statute states that any employee of the United States who “knowingly removes [classified] documents or materials without authority and with the intent to retain such documents or materials at an unauthorized location shall be fined under this title or imprisoned for not more than one year, or both.” Hillary set up a private server explicitly to do this.
18 USC 798. This statute states that anyone who “uses in any manner prejudicial to the safety or interest of the United Statesany classified informationshall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both.” Hillary transmitted classified information in a manner that harmed the United States; Comey says she may have been hacked.
18 USC 2071. This statute says that anyone who has custody of classified material and “willfully and unlawfully conceals, removes, mutilates, obliterates, falsifies, or destroys the same, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than three years.” Clearly, Hillary meant to remove classified materials from government control.
From the article:
"Notably, Reinhardt appears to have a commanding knowledge of what constitutes “hacking,” something that comes up over and over again both in the media and in the courts. He said that the decision “loses sight of the anti-hacking purpose of the CFAA.”
“There is no doubt that a typical hacker accesses an account ‘without authorization’: the hacker gains access without permission—either from the system owner or a legitimate account holder,” he wrote. Using someone else’s password with their permission but not the system’s owner isn’t “hacking,” but that’s what the court is treating it as."
Using another person's password with their permission but not with the system owner's permission is definitely a form of hacking. It's called social engineering. Social engineering is an attack vector that relies heavily on human interaction and often involves tricking people into breaking normal security procedures. Just because someone easily provided their account information doesn't mean that it was done so legitimately. It is ultimately the system owner who gets to decide who has authorization to their systems and what constitutes authorized access. At the same time, it is the system owner's responsibility to educate it's users as to what is allowed.
I would also take issue with the sentence where the writer claims that the judge has a "commanding knowledge" of "hacking".
I wish I had mod points for this. It's pretty black and white here. Common sense tells you that there is one owner to the account john.smith and that only that specific person is authorized to use it while they are employed.
Having had contacts on removal cards wear out while in a mobile device and fail (SIM cards included), I'd actually prefer something with fewer mechanical links which is soldered on. More drop safe.
On the other hand, you can't replace the soldered mem cards by yourself. Which is worse, having removable memory that can wear out (but you can back it up), or having non-removable memory card go bad?
It's the best mobile OS that no one is using. Sad. 100% gesture based - no buttons needed.
I love my Z10, but I'll probably be moving to the Priv soon.
I've sold monorails to Brockway, Ogdenville, and North Haverbrook, and, by gum, it put them on the map!
7. A 3.5mm socket is an unsealed hole in a piece of electronics that does not respond well to moisture but is likely to be exposed to wet environments.
You mean like the speaker grill, usb, hdmi, and lightning ports?
One hole is all it takes to let moisture in.
Are you a fucking retarded asshat??
Her huge crime is sending emails with a blackberry???!?!
Her predecessor Colin Powell used his own email server...
Her predecessor was Condoleezza Rice. The rules and regulations regarding electronic communications were firmed up before Clinton took office.
I have tried switching to Android and iOS and couldn't do it. I lost too much integration between my main apps. The Hub is where I live the most followed by calendar, contacts, remember, browser, twitter, maps and weather app. Occasionally I use VMware Horizon View. That's pretty much all I do. I don't play games and I rarely use other apps (I have access to the google play store via Snap). The BB10 OS is intuitive, responsive and completely integrated.
I would like to stay on BB10 for my next device, but I know that's probably not possible.
There's no way that this can be constitutional.
They hate nothing more than people charging up at home, on their own terms, with the electricity provider of their choosing, possibly with their own solar.
What's to stop people from creating their own hydrogen at home? Even running the conversion on solar power.
A committee is a group that keeps the minutes and loses hours. -- Milton Berle