They will have cloned the drive before they let her anywhere near it.
They aren't going to default on existing contracts. They just won't offer unlimited contracts in the future.
I used 'shat' in a scrabble tournament. It passed challenge. I assure you, it is a word.
Be careful, the Sprint Unlimited Plan is only on their 4G service. If 4G service is not available, the phone silently downshifts to 3g where the 5gig caps still apply.
Sprint has the smallest 4g network of all the major carriers.
Whoever, having devised or intending to devise any scheme or artifice to defraud, or for obtaining money or property by means of false or fraudulent pretenses, representations, or promises, transmits or causes to be transmitted by means of wire, radio, or television communication in interstate or foreign commerce, any writings, signs, signals, pictures, or sounds for the purpose of executing such scheme or artifice, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than 20 years, or both. If the violation affects a financial institution, such person shall be fined not more than $1,000,000 or imprisoned not more than 30 years, or both.
A customer is asking for one web page, mediacom is substituting another for monetary gain. How is this not wire fraud?
Is there such a thing as 'just getting by' in your world?
try this next time you make coffee.
- make sure the equipment is clean; Just rinsing it out isn't enough, everything needs to be washed.
- grind the beans yourself, or buy fresh grounds. Coffee grounds go stale in just a few days.
- use lots of coffee. 2 tablespoons per cup.
- use good tasting water. If you don't like the taste of the water before it becomes coffee, you probably won't like it post brewing.
I cannot agree more.
A lone IT guy does not need software to keep himself on task. A Moleskin, lab notebook, or even a stack of notecards will do the job nicely and won't require training, spin up time, network connectivity, or electricity.
Isn't it more like....
Bob: "Hi, I'm Bob! I work for the Owner. I'd like to hire you to take care of the Owner's house. Here are the keys. These keys are VERY important. Besides the owner, you are the only one allowed to have the keys. This is Helen. She works for you, but isn't allowed to have the keys"
Housesitter: "Cool! sounds like a great job!"
Helen: "Give me the keys"
Housesitter: "Do you even work here any more? You haven't shown up for work in months. And why are you going through all the Owners closets?"
Helen: "Help! Police!"
Police: "You're under arrest! Give Helen the keys."
Housesitter: "I can't. Bob told me that I can only give the keys to the Owner"
Bob: "Give the keys to Helen"
Housesitter: "I can't. You told me that I can only give the keys to the Owner."
The Owner: "Give me the keys"
Housesitter: "Ok, here you go! Can I leave now?"
Police: "Back to jail, Criminal!"
In order for information to be considered exempt from release under the FOIA it must fit into one of the following categories AND there must be a legitimate Government purpose served by withholding it:
(Excerpted from: http://www.fas.org/irp/doddir/dod/5200-1r/appendix_c.htm)
more like a Commodore 64
I agree with you in principle, but you could have chosen better examples to make your point.
Scrubs and Earl had gone seriously downhill. The first few seasons of each were hilariously funny, but they were in trouble at the end.
Frasier ran for nine years.
Actually, a free market offers no protection in this case. Right now, manufacturers use the DMCA to protect their diagnostic gear, but without its protections they could use any scheme they wanted.
Imagine instead each diagnostic code encrypted via a one time pad that is unique to each car that rolls off the line. Only members of the companies authorized repair network would be able to access it.
If you have 100 users and are using anything more complicated that a telephone and a stack of notecards you are a moron.
If you absolutely MUST have something digital try this: a shared drive and a text editor.
Perfection is acheived only on the point of collapse. - C. N. Parkinson