It was discovered when an IT admin noticed unusual traffic coming from a particular Mac, and has been seen infecting Macs at biomedical facilities.
Nah, that was the feature in the 7.
After reading the summary, and then the article. This has nothing to do with gender, but rather that the industry is focusing on the wrong skills. But if you can make it about discrimination, then you'll get so much more traffic - and so much more support.
It sounds as though you think a proficiency test is something that is to be treated like an exam at school or university. The proficiency test does not test what you know, but rather whether you are capable of researching problems and picking up on new (or old) technology without assistance from others. It is testing your ability to work unsupervised. A proficiency test will also test your ability to understand the work of others - as you would be invariably working with the work of others.
Yeah? Well my speed of light was infinity + 1 and my universal was a zillion degrees celsius. So there.
It could be that the bias switch was accidentally turned off during that time period. What with many companies that supplied the electronic voting systems also being contributors to the Clinton Foundation (some of them big contributors), I'm surprised that HCR wasn't already measuring the windows in the White House for the new drapes.
Best thing to do is not bother with the antagonisers that blindly follow the gutter trash that spews from the main stream media as it is fed horse shit from the powers that be (or hopefully no longer be).
Look at the violence after Trump's victory, look at who is causing it. Is the the Trump supporters? No. Yet all through out the election, those on the side of Clinton claimed the violence was from Trump's supporters.
Look at the stock market. It almost crashed when it appears as though Clinton may have had the numbers, but after Trump's victory the markets bounced back beyond what was lost. So, who was the market for? Main stream media claimed that the markets were for Clinton.
Reality and people's perception of reality are two different things.
And in return, American drones will blow the crap out of several hundred civilians claiming they were harbouring the terrorists. (One has to ask, who is really causing the terror in the world)
The issue isn't that the media failed to just provide the facts without filling it full of personal opinions - perhaps they are no longer capable of finding the facts, but rather it is that they were so biased towards (or against) Trump and his supports. Every day there were stories portraying Trump and his supporters as crazy fanatical, yet there was never very much on the two occurrences (now three) that Clinton was being investigated by the FBI (something that could be considered news worthy). No, what was important was some comment that Trump had made years ago (that and his hair).
The news reported the Trump supporters were the fanatics, yet look at what is happening now in the US; Are the Trump supporters rioting and destroying the cities? No, it is those that opposed Trump (perhaps supported Clinton), fuelled by months of anti Trump bullshit fed to them through the media.
The media in America is now seen as nothing more than a tool for their masters. Fortunately they know that people have woken up to then and they are trying to save some integrity. Unfortunately they have shown what they really are - the genie is out of the bottle so to speak - and people know.
We have always told the drug companies that we would not pressure them and create a slippery slope where prices they negotiate with us for poor countries would inevitably lead to similar prices in rich countries.
[...] If we do try to do something in this area, we suggest that we approach the innovator companies that can currently sell products in the US with the idea of making donations to help clear the ADAP lists. For a variety of reasons, the companies will likely favor a donation approach rather than one that erodes prices across the board.
[...] I would guess that they would also likely favor a solution that involved their drugs rather than an approach that allowed generic drugs from India to flood the US market at low prices or one that set a precedent of waiving patent laws on drugs.
Hackers of the world, unite!