No, that is already the standard. It's how corporations work, it's how foundations work, it's how businesses work. It's how in fact all relationships work, paid or unpaid. If someone doesn't want you associated with them, they get rid of you. That's what voluntary association is all about. Are you opposed to voluntary association?
Often associations have rules determining why and how a member can be kicked out and it's usually not "because the boss says so", especially when a Code of Conduct exists and disagrees with the boss.
Even in business an employer might not always be able to fire an employee without just cause. In some countries this even means an employer might be required by law to reinstate a fired employee, even if he wants to "get rid" of him.
Once you sack a person, you cannot re-instate them. They hold grudges for being sacked, they act like they're bigger than their boss and many other personality traits make it impossible.
That's only if they are being unprofessional and let their beliefs interfere with their work... which is actually the employer's problem in this case.
About re-instating employees not working, actually in some countries if an employer unlawfully sacks an employee he might be forced by law to re-instate him and no, the employer might not be able to avoid re-instatement by offering different forms of compensations.
Even this in most countries this would be illegal. E.g. here by law an employee may not be required to work on call for more than seven days in any period of four weeks. On top of that, you are entitled at least 11 hours of uninterrupted rest time every day which can be reduced to 8 hours only once a week.
Most companies actually *bar* you from exceeding these limits since violations would result in very harsh penalties not to mention the reputation damage.
Post doesn't assert that the Vatican denies evolution. Post doesn't even mention evolution.
The post's *content* might not, but the post's *title* surely does.
Post asserts that Vatican is under threat from knowledge. Something you've just illustrated with your reference to the theory of evolution. At least I guess it's a reference to the theory, rather than the facts of evolution.
That's absolutely *not* the case: the Vatican's position is that science and the scientific method are absolutely valid and compatible with faith since it consider science and faith to pertain inherently different domains. Actually it consider scientific discoveries to be an important challenge to the faith and humanity to better understand itself.
The "threat" to the Vatican is not from knowledge, it's from not understanding social changes until it's too disconnected from the people it preaches to. It's a danger well known to an organization thousands years old which might be conservative, but in context it *did* change a great deal to adapt to completely different societies since its inception. Technology is definitely a player in such changes, which is why the Vatican wants to study them.
Oh, death threats aren't illegal if they're sent by stupid people? Is that case law somewhere?.
Kinda. Check Supreme Court decision in Elonis v. United States
A backup implies exactly that regardless of medium or location, and if the backup runs after the infection, then you're doing nothing but backing up (ransomware) encrypted data.
The end result is you're still fucked.
Only if you foolishly overwrite all previous backups so that only the last version remains. If that's how their backup works, then it's severely lacking given the importance of the data in question. What if you need a file and discover it got corrupted, and it might have been corrupted months ago?
Technological progress has merely provided us with more efficient means for going backwards. -- Aldous Huxley