Re: Buyer unknown?
Or an asset fund looking for a tax write-off
529 posts • joined 12 Jul 2012
Or an asset fund looking for a tax write-off
Perhaps we could send up a few flat-earthers...
And what if I'm sitting comfortably (and miserably) in my office. Will these drones be coming to my widow?
This has to be a joke, surely.
I love that a cloud service has brought an airport to its knees due to a cabling issue.
...and then we will double our prices next year once you're tied-in to make up for it. Thanks for being a valued customer.
I'd want double that to work in Croydon
I think you mean this exposes the local subsidiary to fines of up to 4% of pre-tax revenue, which in the UK at least equates to a handful of small change...
This is not peer pressure. 'Groupthink', maybe.
Great if it works, but I guess now this becomes a war of definition & gamification.
Isn't all charging going to be wireless within a generation or two anyway? Seems like a useful conversation, but a decade too late as usual.
Do people really still expect their browsing history to be private?
What do you expect if you buy a smartphone, off ebay, at a price less than the cost of a new screen on a recently-issued Samsung?
...an error rate of 0.08% doesn't seem at all bad. I think the issue lies with this statement:
"Some of these mismatched records date back to 2008"...
Surely the chance of actual election results NOT being hacked is close to zero...
These DPA fines are just a rounding error for the companies involved. Complete joke. The sooner GDPR demonstrates a fine up to the alleged "4% of revenue" the better, and then these cowboys might start behaving themselves.
But otherwise, all ok?
Is this new? - I thought there was some stuff in January of these flaws.
Cue the launch of a new AI-powered threat detection product...
Or their cerebrum
All androids look the same to me...
When is "pre-crime" due to be unveiled? Problem solved.
Matching on name & gender, and then automatically updating a record? Wtf is this, seriously.
Is that when we don't need the humans anymore?
No press is bad press, especially when you have a live sale...
'Long term roadmap' aka the list of things we will never do because by the time we find money for it the next genius would have taken over with a new strategic platform idea.
I'm not sure using a .ru email qualifies as 'trying to imitate a Russian hacker'.
The way to prevent the inappropriate use of the data is to stop using it inappropriately; not, to stop the data being collected in the first place. That is backwards.
I pretend to be incredibly interested and put them on hold permanently whilst I "go get my bank details". Longest I think someone ever held on for is around 30 minutes.
Must. Not. Google...
Finally, the great space turd mystery of 1969 has been solved
Literally a lorry load of data. Mind. Blown.
I like this guy
"London cops will not use controversial and inaccurate facial recognition..."
No, but they'll roll out the uncontroversial accurate version, right?
Or the iris scanners they now have to supersede the facial scanners?
Language is a funny thing.
So pre-2014 permissions were sought and granted for TP apps to access my and my friends' data. The terms were updated in 2014, for obvious reasons, but not retrospectively applied?! So in theory I have a whole load of TP apps, all with various permissions based on when I was asked. This doesn't feel like transparency in any adult sense.
"In March 2017, ZTE was fined a total of US$1.19 billion by the U.S. Department of Commerce for exporting U.S. technology to Iran and North Korea in violation of sanctions."
We're going to need a bigger boat.
So the list included witnesses and complainants, and the purpose is not thought to be the theft of personal information? Well I'm sure a subscription to credit agencies will be a comfort to those exposed.
You forgot that an MPs PC got hacked and a history of porn browsing was uploaded, much like the John McAfee incident I suspect.
There is, without any question, more to this story than is being told...
The guy was doing some strange stuff in simulators prior to the disappearance, and despite us being able to view a pimple on the nose of anyone on the planet via satellites, nobody knows what happened or where it is? Come on.
The idea that since 9/11 we're not tracking the precise location of every aircraft everywhere, is just not credible.
CyberArk appear to be a pretty big deal in the field, and I'm sure MS are not at all motivated to underplay the severity of a vulnerability in their flagship protection software...
Should have used windows
thanks to Tony Blair bending over
I would love to see the evidence relied upon to blame a backward retrograde nation, barely capable of wiping their own arses. So what could a well funded, capable nation achieve in terms of havoc if this is what we can expect from North Korea? It's just not credible; sorry.
Copy -> Paste
What was being said that required it to be taken down?
You cannot, for years, silently benefit from a system that allows the purchasing of power for money and then start throwing your toys out of the pram when the next investor takes over because you don't like the colour of their money.
Don't get me wrong, I think trump is a dangerous tool, but let's have a conversation about the game and not the player.
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