Did you mean "flout"?
Just you wait until the moon sets. No longer high ground. You will be destroyed. Muahaha
And yet, this is, in a way, very similar to just flinging a baseball bat (or whatever) towards a group of people, isn't it?
Protip: if your "truth" winds up offending lots of people, there's a good chance it's actually just your own shitty opinion. And, y'know, it's fine to have shitty opinions, it's even often fine to spout your shitty opinion out loud, it's just not a good idea to delude yourself into thinking that shitty opinion is "truth".
Furthermore, if you then feel the need to call people who object to your shitty opinion "snowflakes", there's a good chance that you're actually as sensitive, if not more so, than the people who are telling you where to stick your shitty opinion.
Was this true when a minority spoke out about slavery, or segregation, etc?
But why does the state government need to have offices (or labs, whatever) in the bay area?
Hilarious!.. Ok, so the homeowner can sell his place to the person needing it for (say) $300K and then a month later buy it back for (say) $298.5K instead of taking $1500 in rent for a month. Would that satisfy you? They can do this every month until person 2 no longer needs to buy it etc.
Seconded.. My behavior exactly!
Fair Enough.. Thanks
It may sound silly, but there are some practical reasons to do that.
Such as? (I'm really curious)
Do you ask them to rekey your office door and the building access to match the doors at home?
I thought not.. you carry one key for home, and one key for work.
If they wanted me to buy my own lock then I would
The point here is your employer cannot demand to control your property. You want to control something you pay for it.
Whether or not I will agree to carry a second phone is orthogonal. I might if my job required it but not if it was just for being able to work off hours. But again, that's beside the point.
You shouldn't trust your own network to begin with. How do you make sure no-one plugs in whatever they want?
No unauthorised devices get plugged in. Every device has to authenticate with the switch (so not simply MAC address blocking).
From the fine summary:
Because you own the device, you have certain rights to what is on the device and what you can do with the device.
Yeah right, feck off.
When you BYOD onto my network, we control it, we can wipe it, we can install and uninstall apps and if you dont agree to our terms, dont bother complaining that you cant BYOD. BYOD is not open slather, if you want to bring your own device, fine, we welcome that but you will be registering it with our MDM (Mobile Device Management) system before you're even so much as able to put mail on there, that means our policies get enforced on your device (and your administrative privileges for that device get taken away). Sorry, but this part isn't negotiable.
Well, if it was my choice to B[M]YOD, I'd let IT get admin privileges on my devices. But if its at the company's insistence, then hell no!
Here's the deal:
- I can do off-hours work if I get email on my phone.
- I won't carry a second phone for work
- I am willing to add my work email on my phone PROVIDED:
-- I am not required to register my device for monitoring
-- I and ONLY I have admin rights on my phone
-- No remote monitoring of my phone allowed
I will, however, agree to follow policy like setting a passcode, time-out locking, enable find-my-phone and remote wipe (which I will control).
Vi user myself, but I just noticed that "vi" is at the "core" of "evil"
Where are the calculations that go with a calculated risk?