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Now we can take a leaf out of the BOFH's handbook and blame some-else for the issue
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Now we can take a leaf out of the BOFH's handbook and blame some-else for the issue
There is, however the company were given notice that the law was changing and that to compile with the new law they would need to change how they processed data. They didn't change and thus were charged with breaching the new law
It's is bit like the speed limits on a road changing from 30 mph to 20 mph, you would have seen the new signs going up and if you still drive at 30 mph you will be taken to court.
the only trouble, is that you need to eat it before the bread dissolves
What, Captain Hollister and what about Todhunter and Selby?
However "Mad" Mike Hughes would claim that it was the drugs that made him see that the earth was round. And the SpaceX put these drugs in the air supply
The Electronic Signatures Directive (99/93/EC)
An electronic signature must be:
•uniquely linked to the signatory;
•capable of identifying the signatory;
•created using means that the signatory can maintain under his sole control;
•linked to the data in such a manner that any subsequent change of the data is detectable.
The most common methods of achieving this are to use cryptography (symmetric or asymmetric) technology .
So you will need a encryption system that all the parties agree to and can use. Or you use a fax
So have the NHS found another way of sending signed documents, with a method of proving that they have been send and received, to any number of third parties
"I, personally, always shut down the PC when not in use. Yes it is a bit of a pain having to wait for the PC to boot"
Every morning it runs like this;
1) Power Laptop up
2) Get coffee
3) Drink coffee
4) After stage 2 and 3 the laptop is ready for me to logon
Who would have thought that Brexit was so complicated
It clearly says "Send Nudes"
According to the Radio 4 interview, the following information was stolen
1) Credit Card number
2) Expiration date
3) CVV number
And he wanted to tell how the information was stolen, but it was very complicated (subtext it was in a report he read, but it wasn’t written in a language he understood)
Who needs fancy CNC or a 3D printer when you can turn a spade in to an AK
If I have client information on my phone, and it gets seized at the airport and copied. Whould that mean that I have breach the GDPR and then liable for a fine?
During her time as Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher openly called a terrorist a "true friend", invited a terrorist into her home for tea, and personally lobbied against a terrorist's prosecution for war crimes.
Thatcher's support for Chile's former torturer-in-chief General Pinochet is no secret; it was something she was proud of. Despite her assertion that “The United States and Britain have together been the greatest alliance in defence of liberty and justice,” Thatcher refused to back down in her support of a man who overthrew a democratically elected government. This was a man who initiated the notorious Caravan of Death, the army unit that travelled the country by helicopter, murdering and torturing the General's opponents.
"I trust the national anthem will be "Ale to the Chief"."
And the only rule will be "Pint for the fella... Glass of white wine/ fruit-based drink for the lady!"
'Cos if there were no rules where would we be? France! And if we had too many rules where would we be? Germany!
So why was there no redundancy in the internet link?
"Let's have a British USB specification, which does what WE want, no matter that it doesn't match the rest of the world"
I thought that was the purpose of the vote to rid ourselves of our EU overlords, so we could go it alone and get £750m for the NHS per week
What does this matter to the UK, as of March 2019 we can tell the EU to go whistle
Games Workshop Lawyers are on standby with the Cease and desist letters as they own the copywrite to the phrase "Space Marine"
"What photos? What social media accounts? Good luck with that..."
Well there is this one for starters
"since when is "broke" a word that can be used in the context that you used it in? "broken" is the word you were looking for."
Broke is used by those who are truly woke
"and for those of you who are watching in black and white, the pink is next to the green."[
"I don't like sand. It's coarse and rough and irritating and it gets everywhere"
"Horse Piss probably has more taste." and is normally warm
The issue is that the HR Droids use the lack of Certs to remove CVs from the pile before passing the list on to IT
Just waiting for the punters who have been hit by this to be past back on forth between the bank and Ticketmaster each saying that you need to get your money back from the other party as they are not to blame
Navstar s the name of the American system, not GPS. GLONASS, Navstar and Galileo are all types of GPS.
"assault rifles " are banned. However there is no such weapon
"I thought all firearms (except licensed shotguns for farmers, hunters and gamekeepers) were banned in the UK? Didn't the Hungerford shooter use an AK47?"
Rifles are also permitted. Not military or semi auto though."
You can shoot an AR-15 in the UK, however it needs to be converted to bolt-action. The University of Texas tower shooting ( 16 people (including one unborn child) dead and 31 injured) was with a bolt action riffle.
"Regulate ammunition supplies.
For personal protection,. you don't need more than one reload. If it takes more than that you've lost."
If I go to the gun range to shoot, I will be shooting more than one reload, On average you would use 100-200 rounds for practice 1-2 times a week. Where would I store the rounds?
Because you would have needed a 22,000 lb,bomb rather than a 9,250 pound bomb as water has a much higher density than air, which makes water harder to move (higher inertia). It is also relatively hard to compress (increase density) when under pressure. These two together make water an excellent conductor of shock waves from an explosion.
Aussie Invader sounds like something Anne Summers would sell.
" handful of (locally extracted) cold gravel for breakfast"
That's luxury, when I was young we were given rocks to crush down to gravel
On Tuesday morning, an agricultural engine, employed in thrashing wheat at Watlington, in a field adjoining the Magdalen road, and about 200 yards from the railway station, exploded with a terrific report, killing five men and boys on the spot, and so severely injuring seven more that two of them died a few hours afterwards and others were not expected to survive. The cause of the explosion is clearly ascertained to have been the monstrous, but, it is to be feared, very prevalent practice of tying down the safety valve, in order to get more work out of the engine than it was other wise capable of performing. The poor man who, no doubt was responsible for the act has paid with his life the penalty of his folly, and is therefore beyond the reach of blame; but it may be hoped the moral of his fate and that of his unfortunate companions will not be lost upon the members of that large class of men who have such engines, or steam engines of any kind under their charge."
The good old lp0 on fire error
I don't like sand. It's coarse and rough and irritating and it gets everywhere
It's not the squirrels, it's the drop bears
The drink driving laws have been amended to allow the Judge to make the ban consecutive rather than concurrent.
You mean 7a or the one in between seven and nine. You know, two cubed. Four plus four. Twenty-four divided by three .The one you can't say out loud or else you'll get ate. What do you mean, the ichor god Bel-Shamharoth can't tell the difference between two homonyms like the past tense of the verb "to eat", and the number eight... OK, so they sound identical but have different meanings, that's what a homonym means. Fine, but is this really the time for a grammar lesson?
At least he will be giving any money left over from legal costs to "Scam Charities" (As per the London Evening Standard)
*Surely that should be Anti-Scam Charities (Ed)
unionists, were they the fellows who keep saying "NO NO NO NO"
Problem is that most home routers are supplied by the ISP and updated by the ISP.
When I was a Sky customer, i attempted to replace the rebadged netgear router with something a bit more secure. I asked for my ADSL usename/password and was told that they did give that information to the customers as their service would only work with their routers. A few days later there was a report about all the security issues with sky routers.
Is there any rule for the maximum power output for the drones, since broadcasting at over 20 watts may screw up IEEE 802.11n communications.
I thought I had a rich uncle. But he has only got a glider
"This includes offering clear information for end-users on data protection; that tools don't ask for more data that necessary to confirm someone's age "
Are your over 18 Y/N (Lying is a criminal offence)
There you go a perfect tool that will confirm the user ages, and give a clear warning that if the lie then they could be arrested
Let's get loads of the beacons and stick them to random street furniture and even stick them to the cats eyes.
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