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Yep, all my devices required relogin to google today
Surely intentional damage is criminal whether you have authorisation to be there or not?
In my last job, my keycard gave me authorised access to the whole building 24/7.
Forget the obvious machine rooms, what if I'd decided to smash up the bogs, and spray graffiti on the walls? I'm sure I'd have been done for criminal damage despite having permission to be there.
And no-where on my contract did they have the "don't vandalise the bogs" clause.
An American web designer friend only had 2 weeks, but even then he was pressured to not take it. One time, he asked for a week off for a holiday. His boss couldn't say no, but casually mentioned how [colleague at similar level] hadn't taken a single day off in the year, adding how the market is tough at the moment, and they may have to reduce development staff.
Fortunately, he's since left there (by his own accord)
Back when Munich first moved, Windows was far more entrenched in peoples lives that it is now.
Now, just about everyone has an iphone or android phone, and manage the differences just fine. Also, there is more od a shift to cloud/html stuff than before, so the OS is becoming less relevent.
I realise it;s a bit different in an office, but still, alot more OS-agnostic than it was back them.
So, are they saying the original decision was a mistake?
Really the same applies to most software now :( MS buggered about the the UX in the great 8.1 failure, Macs have been getting dumber, Google (and Mozilla who seem to slavishly follow them) seem hell-bent on removing anything possibly useful in a web browser. The list goes on and on...
This, this, and bloody well this!
You mean that Hockney thing was real? "The sun and the sun"? (or whatever) ? It wasn't a pisstake?
Like the UK National lottery, and other lotteries and casinos on-line and all over the world?
You can hardly pin that one on America!
Why yes, sir, you may have my facebook password.
Look! There's me and the lads chanting Death to America..
Ah yeah, that photo. Haha. that was the first bomb I made, look how amatuerish it is!
Him? Ah, my best mate. With Allahh and 72 virgins now - he took out a bus load of infidels last week.
But Mr/Ms Anon - you can't blame them for being careful. Don't you know there are mussie terrorists hiding under your bed?
Hurry up with the Amdroid version....
I haven't yet found an Android browser without some annoying issue.
I'm prepared to be enlightened, though!
Good, bad or indifferent; if the system costs more to run than it rakes in in fines it will be scrapped.
Only after millions of pounds has been thrown at it, and the person in charge can blame his/her predecessor
Sandtitz and TheVogon - cheers for the reply
Last time it was a memory issue:
I vaguely recall it being a......
Yep, sounds like a memory issue there!
I was wondering the same thing. We have similar in the UK.
Does the "sold with pre-existing fault" rule (or however it;s phrased) not apply to businesses?
Who's shit-brained here?
A SIM from another carrier is not some magical cell-tower hacker. The foreign SIM will only work if the tower is owned by the same company, or a company they have a peering/roaming deal with, so just as they STILL GET paid when Johnny-Forrinner uses his SIM in that country, they will get paid THE SAME when instead a localler uses a SIM imported from Johnny-Forinnerrs country.
This is nothing to do with having a free ride, it's to do with business competition in a free and fair market.
This is about companies addiing artificial costs locally where they can get away with it, and more power to them, BUT as long as there are NO legal restrictions on any company trying to become competition to them.
While it is popular (oh, please don't deny it) to chide our American friends on this forum, it very much seems to me that Brexit is an even bigger own goal than Trump, with longer term effects and with weirder motivations than Rep voters deciding to just stick to their party come what may
Thanks for your nice reply, and for what it's worth, I do agree that the critisicm on this site often goes beyond critiscising something going on in America, and into anti-Americanism.
My point is that your point would be more relevent if Brits were moaning about American BRexit criticism.
The American criticisms of anything Brit are actually quite uncommon here - maybe they think it's rude. But I say "Bring it on!". I treat commentators on their words, not their country. I'll either agree, or disagree, but it your argument isn't just an illinformed rant or troll, I will (try to) argues respectively, not pull the 'go away you anti-brit forinner" card.
As for BRexit, yep, disaster. Eu roaming, cross-border media copyright harmonisation (when it comes) and future human rights are all going to be denied to us now. It's the tip of the iceberg.
As for Brexit vs Trump.. Who knows? BRexit is a virtual foregone disasterous conclusion. Trump, could continue to fumble his way through whilst the judges/lawyers/protestrts rein him in. He'll probably be sacked, impeached, or leave out of boredom before 4 years, and it's possible that the damnage would be repairable by the American politicians telling the world "Sorry, we had a mad man in power. He's gone now" (they have no objection to laying into someone who no longer has power and influence) - on the other hand, Trump could fuck things up 'Yuuuuuge" in a way that would make BRexit irrelevant.
You'll find "this Brit", and most of the others here are quite happy to criticise all things "BRexit". We are also quite happy for Americans to do so. Indeed, I value hearing the opinions from across the pond.
This "you aren't from this country, you have no right to criticise" is an almost uniquely American phenomena. (But fortunately, the vast majority of Americans posting here are above such insecurities)
So.. It's a non-issue. It seems that you (as neither a Brit or an American) are just trying to stir up trouble.
Awwww Mike, still not cured after all these years?
If there are issues with your implementation, fix your implementation. Don't go all ALSA on it.
There's a reason I refused to take phone calls, like IM, it's a jump-to-the-front-of-the-queue-i'm-more-important-than-what-you're-doing-now system
The very concept of multi-user, security and authentication came only with WinNT 3.x, and remained unpolished until W2k/WXP
I thin you'll find that concepts of mult-user, security, and arhentication came much sonner in the computer industry - at least by 20 years
You are totally correct about the software having a fake identifier. . It could also be a server run by a l33t guru who just prefers that version, which is his own personal patched fork.
I know that when I was running web software like phpbb and wordpress, none of the exploits that came out would work on my systems due to my own setups.
There is much more to the security of a machine (both good and bad) than simply the id of some application.
However, in this case, looking at the evidence presented - the poor SSL/TLS rating being the smoking gun - doesn't bode well.
Yeah, how dare Trump presume to be President when he knows next to nothing about computers! The nerve of some people!
There is a big difference between not knowing something, and not knowing you don't know something.
If I was President, and one of the things needing doing was to ensure the wellfare of the elder-fruit eating fruitbat on the East-Side, you can be sure it would be done well.
I know nothing about fruitbats, but I'd find someone who seems to knows enough, who can then find an expert on the subject.
If I totally screwed up my appointment to this important role, I'd expected to be ridiculed on my fruit-bat ignorance.
I don't thinl grammer is your forte Symon :p
Or spelling yours... :-)
Me? Not being a paranoid Daily Mail reader, or a paranoid tinhat wearer, or running windows, or linux, I just clicked on the link directly.
Turns out that my browser doesn't have the access ability to scrub my network, fire abusive texts to my boss, or start world war 3. Who'd have thought it?
Seriously, if you can only safely open links by going through a sandbox or temporary VM, you are either doing it wrong, or have the stupidest OS setup going, and should not be acceseing the internet with it in the first place.
However, if you are just showboating, feeding overly paranoid advice to the populace doesn't help security, the grandstanding just muddies the water.
One must believe you are either a daily mail hack, or an anti-virus writer..
Sorry, but that is 100% your fault for using a Comcast provided device for your wifi network. Turn the wifi off, set the Comcast to bridge mode, and install your own wifi router.
Oh, please, that is the most elitist and apologetic answer ever.
I actually have such a setup myself (with an asus R68 or whatever it's called). I'm not on comcast, but did it because I wanted a system that gave me more control at the router.
However it is totally wrong to excuse Comcast if they do this, and also expect someone to mitigate it the way you describe (although, this being a reply to a comment on a tech site, maybe that isn't too 'out-there' and I was a bit harsh with the elitist comment)
Still, really? Company X does something stupid and it's the customers fault?
The thing is, I don't expect all politicians to be generally tech savie. What is most revelaing about them is their arrogance that they know best.
There are MANY subjects I know nothing about, but if I was to make decisions regarding those subjects, I'd bloody well research what the hell I was doing beforehand.
When there were new staff at my last job, I was naturally expected to guide them through issues (it doesn't matter how much you know - every company has rlues/quriks etc. uniquely to them)
My biggest beef, (and those staff that proved most unreliable), was NOT the staff that didn't know something and would ask, it was the ones that didn't know aomething, but either thought that they did, or that they could bullshit through.
I was far more willing to trust a task to someone who may even have been the less knowledgable of the two, knowing that if they were unsure, they'd ask, rather than potentially screw something up entirely.
Is it too much to ask the same of our politicians?
You see it ALL the time in the media: Politicians bullshitting, or spinning, or avoiding. I'd be far more likely to vote for someone who says "You koiw what? I don't know the answer to that, but trust me, I'll find out before progressing any further on the matter."
If this were the memo, voting for Trump would be the LAST thing anyone would do. He pretty much embodies the very behavior this analysis says the Trump voter is trying to reject. No. That's what everyone ELSE wants. It doesn't define the Trump voter at all.
Whilst, yes, Trump would be the last person to vote for in this case, you are wrong about the Trumo voters - most of who voted for Trump for these very reasons, but were too stupid to realise he was feeding the bullshit.
The main difference between Trump voters and others is not their position regarding the political system - it's their intelligence.
There's a leaning tower in Pisa too, apparently.
I used to run with that too! (Well, somethinng like SW Police Sureveilance van #6)
(I currently use "The Aslyum")
I wonder if we could be done for impersinating a police officer?
Ugh, I know what you mean, I've been an amazon customer for 17 years, but the website these days is mainly just a spam-fest for prime,
I even went to buy some things recently, only to be told "sorry, this is just for prime members'. So I bought them elsewhere.
And yeah, constant nagging over stuff I happen to have looked at. Nothing embaressing though!
Don't know why you got all the downvotes though.. Not wanting amazon recommendations on sex toys from a previous relationship popping up when your girlfriend uses amazon hardly makes you a prude
ah man, if you were too busy to update it, you should have removed it the minute you were aware!
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> > | > : >> > place. I've loathed this ever since it came around.
> > | > : >> > Even worse is when they send a multipart email
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> > | > : >> > and a HTML version, and the plain-text version is
> > | > : >> > empty. To those of us who actually have the email
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> > | > : >> > let my client reduce the HTML to plain-text, if
> > | > : >> > you must, but don't tell me this is the plain-text
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I think it's a hat!
Hey, maybe his feelings have done some respectable things in their lifetime to warrant such a title? :-)
Um, I didn't downvote you, but you just realise that he more you question it, the more you'll get!
As for your message, it was written very confusingly, but what I could get out of it was that you felt it necessary to pompously "show off" to a bunch of techie readers, on a techie site, that when you worked for the NHS, it was the unit managers who actually had a say in what they used their computers for.
The bit about them not taking IT advice is valid, but you just "authoritatively" told us something that 90% of us have experienced, and the other 10% could have guessed anyway.
Oh yeah, it bugs me too when people put question-marks on sentences that aren't questions? :-)
Anyway, no offense intended, (really) - I'm sure you're a nice guy, but you did keep asking for a response!
Ha ha, to all of you that posted redacted comments, not one of you realised youd left the document history attached, so it was easy for us to undo!
Probably. It's certainly true that the USA bans people trying to live "off grid" by misusing sanitation laws and by claiming that anyone who saves the rainwater from their own roof is "stealing" water that belongs to a private company.
For real? And to think we used to joke about taxing the air we breathe!
I know in the UK, trespass laws won't get you anything, but in America, if a private company owns the water, can't you prosecute them for trespass, or sue for roof/rust damage, or charge them rent, or legally confiscate assets sent to you u solicited? !!
Errrr, "yay fox news?'
For what it's worth, I agree with the non-censorship issue, but I hardly think American media is anything to gloat about.
I assume I;m not the only one reminded of 'Biff' in Back to the future 2, where he is a rich bafoon that controls everything...
Come to think of it, was the character based on PEOTUS?
The article mentions "Security researchers still have to abide by the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act."
And as you mention copyright law already existed.
So what is the point of the DMCA? Yes, I'm being rhetorical.. It;s for big businesses to have unfair control . It's so they can stifle competition, or embaresiing revelations they want kept secret.
It's wishy washy so that if it goes to trial, they can get their top lawyers to drag things out for years, which most people wouldn't be able to afford.
"why did they not test it with Linux first ?"
first? You mean ONCE?
I read it as "first" in relation to "shipping buggy code"
I.e. "(Once they thought it was ready to release), why did they not test it with Linux first"
or just buy an ordinary manually driven car that looks identical 6to the self-drive ones!
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I hope you forgot the 'joke' icon!
Although you do raise a point about a situation where jaywalking rules actually make some sense.
Because at the moment, the countries that have such backward, patronising laws. are just exercising nanny-state control.
A lot of UK banks use your debit/credit card and a "card reader" gadget that allow them to send you a code (on web page) and you then answer with a hashed version that provides a means of checking its you and the amount you wish to transfer, etc
Ah yes, PinSentry.
Due to the wonders of chip and pin, this device is bloody handy, as it authenticates any chip and pin card, so next time you rob someone, you can be sure they gave you the right PIN without your attempts alerting authorities.
Just because an OS can be compromised, it doesn't mean it's unfit for purpose. It can execute code, how is it supposed to tell that it was not your intention to run a particular piece of malware?
You know full well that we aren't talking about a piece of code the user 'knowingly' runs as part of a confidence trick.
On the whole, I agree. Software seems to have a free ride in terms of consumer law.