Re: Who's next?
"Until end of this year"
3073 posts • joined 15 Jul 2010
"Until end of this year"
All of them are at risk. Oil prices are predicted to stay soft at least until of this year, at best.
That costs extra.
Funny thing that: you can damn near bet most of it can't even be read anymore due to degradation.
Have you SEEN the state of government IT?! Many, many examples right here on El Reg.
Some of us do, but civil rights are in short supply here, these days. 'Cause DRUGS AND TERRA AND PAEDOS, ON MY!
"Sounds like a Monty Python sketch."
I too used to think Monty Python was comedy. As I got older, I saw it was just excerpts from real life.
"What's a US explicit promise worth? Very little, I suspect."
Allow me to put your suspicions to rest.
It's worth not a goddamn fucking thing, actually.
Comodo screwed the pooch years ago. It's now total spamware shit.
Which is too bad because in its day, it was really good.
...then nothing succeeds like failure!
Will he work for HP next?
So they hack data that... They could have free for asking.
It would, but none of them are on the approved pork/insider/lobbyist/defense contractor list.
Unfortunately AC, you are right. Still doesn't change the crippled usability of the new systems nor the very real complaints and degradation of productivity.
365 and Win 10. Utter shite and too radical a change for even power users.
Back in the days when your dad rode dinosaurs, ANY information/documents that left the security agencies' buildings was instant prison time for the idiot who did so.
I don't see a problem with that policy.
Doubt lessons have been learned.
(Punctuation is everything.)
Oh wait. It seems they are their OWN worst enemy.
Howe typical of all career bureaucrats. Fuck shit up, blame everyone else.
HSBC pays out £28m over money-laundering claims - 2015
HSBC Judge Approves $1.9B Drug-Money Laundering Accord - 2013
HSBC became bank to drug cartels, pays big for lapses - 2012
The list goes on. They are the dirtiest of the dirty. Serves them right. I'll lose no sleep over it.
Despite the mouth frothing rhetoric and anecdotes to the contrary, getting any kind of poverty assistance in most western nations (UK, US, Australia) is damn near impossible and fraught with deliberate obscurity and misdirection.
An app for homeless people.
First, what's wrong with this picture?
This is SOP at all US banks now. Why this isn't illegal is not acceptable.
They are 10 to 20 years behind in process, procedures and systems.
All they have is momentum.
I met a few "mid levels" who took work home and worked until midnight. The bulk of the work? Email round robins with required responses.
You have problem with Corporate Communist Capitalism, comrade?
It sucked when it was just 2 systems.
Well said ledswinger. I've seen the same at other companies as well.
Same here. This is probably thier root problem.
Beat me to it.
Something about how the police state will eventually only be able to employ criminals because it made everyone a criminal.
So basically, conservative governments are the same all over: ignore the law while claiming to be the champions of law 'n order and doing so when the laws especially benefit the average person.
Any place I've ever worked that had fear as the overall culture was as effed-up as it gets in their operational polices and procedures and head-firmly-up-arse supervisors.
The places that I've worked that embrace innovation, progress and realistic polices and rock solid testing processes had no fear.
I, for one, welcome our new container overlords!
Wait. What? They've been here for decades? Are you sure? Really? Chinese products with American logos? Amazing!
Did Trend Micro hire some ex McAfee folks?
It's the same with their copycats as well. Simply not worth it. Great idea, but went to ruin quickly.
...it would the last time it ever senses my butt in that chair.
After all, those are just re-badged HP servers.
"If the CIA wanted him dead, he would be dead. Russia or not."
You give the CIA too much credit. They really don't have the humint and influence they used to have.
Now if it were the Mossad...
Next: more spilled milk coming and control freaks continue to not learn their lesson.
Or maybe this was another cable company I'm thinking off.
Still, it also shows that most people do not have a good enough defense system in place. A good firewall, script blocker and AV would fix that nag.
And just who's crazy damn idea was this anyway? It's like life was deigned by some damn government agency!
Next they'll be telling us that fapping will make us go blind!
"Yeah, but artificial scarcity is the only thing taught at the MBA schools."
GOT THAT RIGHT!
How you get "conflict of interest" from a government agency at least trying to benefit the average person is beyond me.
"This is for protection, citizen."
"...most all US agencies, including the FCC, are thralls of the corporations they supposedly regulate."
You have problem with Corporate Communist Capitalism©®™, comrade?
"Because of the "Minimum downlink rate" update I now am getting 50 Mbps down and 5 Mbps up at the same price of $34.99 from Time Warner that I was getting for 15 Mbps down / 1 Mbps up.""
We went from 1Mbps down and 0.3 up to 5 down and 1 up. Same reason. at&t.
"I'm hoping the ISPs get beaten soundly multiple times with a very large stick."
I hope they have that very large stick put where the sun don't shine.
The report has to be wrong! Everyone knows that free market capitalism provide the best product and services! Even though the damn socialist/commie countries in Europe and Asia have faster and cheaper broadband, it's just a fluke!
A fluke I tell you! Ignore the man behind the curtain!