See #1 and #2
until you post links to or the directive(s)/regulation(s) themselves stating it "is" their responsibility, refer to #1 & #2 above
There's nothing in that italicized statement that states it's their responsibility to ensure your right to privacy.
There's nothing in that statement that states it's their responsibility to disclose vulnerability information to the holes can be patched
1 - Posted as AC? If you can't put your name next to your statements, STFU, coward.
2 - The CIA's job is to spy. Evidently, they use vulnerabilities discovered in software to do that.
3 - After re-reading your response, I can see why you'd post as AC. If you were any more dense you'd achieve spontaneous fission. That drivel isn't something I'd want my name next to, either.
4 - Again, it's not the CIA's responsibility to uphold the privacy rights of citizens and, until you post links to or the directive(s)/regulation(s) themselves stating it "is" their responsibility, refer to #1 & #2 above.
5 - Stop releasing shitty code full of holes.
...Even spy agencies like the CIA have a responsibility to protect the security and privacy of Americans.
Section 202 of the National Security Act of 1947 established the CIA, and nowhere in the charter does it state it's their responsibility to protect the privacy of Americans.
manufacturers to consider cyber security and privacy we'll be good to go.
Since the spammers had personally identifiable information, they're now required to contact those affected to notify them of the breach and what those affected by the breach should do to protect themselves, and get larger breasts naturally.
The line starts at the end user's mouth.
No eating the profits!
Well played, sir. Well played.
I fell in the shower this morning and now I have a crack in my butt.
I'm no hosting/cloud service provider. I have a pretty solid rig outfitted with a boot SSD, 6 Mechanical drives, and a BluRay burner.
I bought six of the 4TB Seagates when they first came out and all but one had died by the fall of last year. I replaced the 4Tb Seagates with 8GB HGSTs the first day I could, and all have been working fine since installation. (though I did have a problem getting one of the HGST drives recognized by the OS (Win 8.1 Pro x64)
when daylight savings time ends.
A post like that deserves a real name next to it, not A/C, so you can be recognized for a clear, well-thought out response.
You should be grateful for the Jews...If not for them you'd have nothing to piss and moan about while cowardly hiding behind the AC moniker.
"It is better for civilization to be going down the drain than to be coming up it." -- Henry Allen