Such a perfectly American comment here. "I got mine, so fuck you!"
How so? It's a valid argument. It not only applies to gun ranges but any other "nuisance" you care to name. If you knew before hand it was there and you move in anyway then you have no grounds to complain. If it came in after the fact and you didn't let your wishes be known it on you at that point. People have got to start being responsible for their own actions or inaction as well. But where did you get a "I got mine" idea from my original comment. It was more of a "suck it up" comment.
If a company cuts corners on security, then in the same way that if I leave my door unlocked and get burgled, I can't make a claim.
I agree with the second portion of your comment. It's an entirely different matter when it's personal property verses protected information. There is or should be a certain level of security afforded to one's private property regardless of the level of security maintained. Meaning I don't care if the door is wide open it's still wrong to have someone come in and take what isn't theirs. I know that my home-owner's and auto policies have zero stipulations on eh security levels that must be maintained. Where as there is a documented level of security that needs to be in place for the protected information. Look at HIPPA, PCI, SOX, etc. requirements. I think if you don't meet those standards it should be a criminal as well as a civil offence to allow the non-compliance. From a an admin's perspective you better have documented proof of your recommendations and when/why they were shot down or you are just as guilty as the PHB.
We will have to accept that an actual experiment on a scratch Earth cannot happen.
Sadly it can, and is being done. We are the test subjects. Unfortunately it probably won't be us who gets to parse the final data.
Heh, maybe he should have sued his wife, not Apple. It would have been cheaper, and either way he's not getting any. There fixed that for you.
On a clear disk you can seek forever.