In sum, the committee says, "Cover Oregon failed for two main reasons: The state acted as their own system integrator (like HeathCare.gov), and the state tried to revamp its entire health care system, not just build an exchange."
Seems to me that the state had more to do with it than Oracle. I am sure you are great at making "simple credit card web app" but if you have ever done anything with healthcare in the US it is a nightmare. And yes I currently work building software for healthcare in the US at a state level.
That could be made optional, confirmation still only needed the first time.
If we have learned anything from malware people will just say yet to that regardless even if the device is known or unknown to be trusted. Users are funny that way.
If Microsoft really cared about Windows 10's battery life...
Actually they do, by calling out Google they forced them (Google) to fix the problem.
I guess your peer driven hatred towards all things Microsoft and your fanboi lust for Google makes you pretty blind somtimes. It's ok most people probably ignore your dribble anyway...
Enjoy watching the Apple Event today...
Pretty much makes sense since more people are using mobile devices to access information on the internet and lets face it the web experience for mobile (pointing at phones) it pretty much completely unusable most of the time.
When in outdoor public spaces where you are legally present, you have the right to capture any image that is in plain view.
However... When you are on private property, the property owner sets the rules about the taking of photographs or videos. If you disobey property owners' rules, they can order you off their property (and have you arrested for trespassing if you do not comply).