Nice to see these figures.
When I started building computers, it was a 1 in 10 chance of picking up a DOA, not counting anything that may happen after starting up and installing dos 3.3
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> "they can be emailed, mailed, securely transmitted, or otherwise published within the United States."
I remember a time when you could call a number, give it a code, and get fax instructions back...
It's evolved to email (We are happily ignoring your problem, and will read it up when it's convenient for us...), so a quick autoresponder, and you've got your plans.
Don't forget that avon and somerset police have sign language on their website
They supposedly say it's for the deaf that don't have English as their primary language, but you have to be able to read the links to find it
no pin for a credit card, and most debit cards can be used as credit cards. Add to this the fact that most places don't check signature, and you can do a lot of damage with a found card.
Fail for Visa/MasterCard/Whatever that don't implement something suitably more secure, and Fail for the retailer that just blindly accepts that card possesion is the same as card ownership
a pain in the butt, but as they are the only place you can get an app, we can keep them sanitised, and not allow anything that might hint at the users doing anything than drooling over the phones, or allowing an app through that duplicates a function of the phone, just does it better, or that gets rejected because Lord Jobs left testicle is itching thins morning.
Noncompete agreements are automatically void as a matter of law in California, except for a small set of specific situations expressly authorized by statute. (California Business and Professions Code Section 16600). See, e.g., Edwards v. Arthur Andersen LLP, 44 Cal. 4th 937 (2008). They were outlawed by the original California Civil Code in 1872.
but only as I get to charge an 'Idiot Tax' as I hand over my bill for the minimum of 1 hour fee to tell someone who is insistent that I.T. is wrong, and the world will end tomorrow if security is not improved that it's a hoax, and they should listen to their own people
Enough of these, and sometimes it drills through their thick skull
So, implicit in that statement is also:
Monitor everything I type so I cannot say something to encourage a possible predator
Block everything I show so I cannot show something to encourage a possible predator
Easiest case - block me from everyone else, so I cannot do something to encourage a possible predator.
I feel this is an argument with the red herring fallacy of appeal to fear.
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