You do not have authorised access after you are fired, regardless of whether you can still get into any systems, physical or otherwise.
No it isn't. I value air but I've never paid a cent for it.
How much have you paid for clean air though, via taxes, regulation, and enforcement of those regulations?
Because when you don't pay for clean air in certain locations, you end up like Shanghai...
Anyone who suspects that ANY big wig at Google/Reddit/Microsoft cannot simply go in and change things as they see fit for profit, legal or political reasons is deluded.
Data stored in services these companies run is used as legal evidence.
Reddit has publicly demonstrated that they can and will edit posts by users, and it cannot be determined if a user did or did not not post that content.
This can now be used to discredit any content on Reddit from admissibility from legal matters.
It does not matter they can run games ABC and DEF which is superior to XYZ.
So you're saying that Linux has superior games to Windows, but people run Windows to play the games their friends are playing?
Are you sure?
Or maybe they can be setup as batteries for AIs.
The OS should have been:
Win7 interface when docked with a screen.
Win 8 mobile interface when standalone.
Device consolidation is happening.
Microsoft could have been getting every single $$$ of our hardware budget in addition to the chunk of software licence/assurance revenue. They might be able to come in from behind if they can get compelling Win10 x86 compatible devices out with great a great docking system.
That is what data caps are for. Or, you can pay an extra fee for unlimited data like I did. I pay 15 bucks extra for unlimited data at 25 (26) Mbits/s. That is fast enough for UHD Netflix.
You can't vote with your wallet if there is no other provider in your area.
If your ISP can degrade competing services to theirs without compunction they will do so - either they get your additional streaming service subscription dollars or you go without high-speed internet.
IMO content and service providers should be separated as completely as possible.
That 1TB per officer per fortnight could end up being a billion dollar information management system...
If a crash is unavoidable though, then it is safer for the passenger to hit a soft target like a crowd of people than something hard like a telephone pole. The passenger is much more likely to survive hitting a person than a brick wall but a human will usually choose the wall.
My instinct is to swerve *away* from a hard object and go for the open path (like a sidewalk), even if that turns out to be filled with soft humans. Those humans might see me coming and get out of the way, or at least be taken care of slightly by the pedestrian friendly bumper, and go over the top of the car.
A telephone pole is going to break my day.
I think you are wrong in this assessment.
It's time for the government to step in and break up the cable/studio/isp's into their separate pieces again.
* internet wholesalers
* internet service providers
* content owners/content delivery
This would enable retail competition at the ISP level, reduce costs by removing the overbuilding of last mile infrastructure (hopefully allowing best-of-breed), and remove ISP specific content.
We were trying to do that in Australia, however a new government was elected and decided that the best-of-breed infrastructure (fibre) was too expensive to rollout, so now we're going to be lumbered with a bunch of high-cost last mile technologies, and a problem in getting the thing built within a budget where revenue exceeds costs.
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