The Ninth Circuit is the most reversed federal appeals court in the US. Their rulings are consistently contrary to the actual law, biased, and lacking in foundation. One more for the Supreme Court to reverse.
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"...a trend where these choices tend to prioritise the needs of the administration over the wider institution.." From inside the institution, this is the mantra and business justification. For the Administration, By the Administration, Of the Administration. Academics and Research have no priority for the Administration.
The Pandemic Response team spent an entire decade trying to decide on the definitions of basic terminology for policy. This same team also depleted the pandemic equipment stockpiles and did not refill the warehouses. What need to keep a team which couldn't perform basic management and operational functions? You seem to have forgotten to do basic research before making accusations.
Great plan for you, me, and the rest of sysadmin world for whom this is just another exercise. This just beckons for a home ISP provider who provides redundant failover solutions thru partnerships or a bundle provider. Sounds like a glimmer of a business plan.
You jumped right over the Load Tape request, the poor entry level ops kid who fetched reel to reel tapes; and printed out the code on green and white paper for the software library. So much technology between paper tape and disk drive. Tch, tch, tch
I will not admit to having direct knowledge or experience with these operations modes.
I concur. Considering a great number of Kieren's articles are more personal opinion rant than technology, why does the Reg keep publishing this drivel? Considering the comments and voting, appears to provide the subjects of the Monarchy a place to vent their political drivel spleen about the USA. El Reg should pay for Kieren's relocation to London so he can feel less offended.
With some modest carpentry skills and a router, you can add/modify baseboard trim, crown molding, and door trim with backside channels. To make cable installation easier, install smooth wall tubing in the channel. Run cable everywhere. Might increase the value of your dwelling if you add wood trim, wainscot, and such throughout the house.
It's been 400 years since the applecart was turned over, the dross cleaned out, and some long term maintenance done to the working parts. From the other side of the pond, I can smell the stench of rot at the bottom of the apple cart. Yes, stopping the cart cleaning it out, and looking at the broken parts is disheartening. But it needs doing. Thus is why such mechanisms exist.
Yes, we have our own problems and The Outsider is tilting our applecart. Not undemocratic...just not operating according to the normalcy bias.
The past 400 years have been a good run. But, time to reasses and rebuild.
The US has been on the losing side of a trade war with China for decades. USA politicians have gratefully laid down and walked away all the while pocketing huge sums of money from the US Chamber of Commerce.
The world can take care of itself; tired of propping you up. Get to work -- if your government will let you.
And "assault rifle" only applies to select fire firearms which can fire more than one bullet with a single pull of the trigger. Did such a rifle exist; or is this more inaccurate hysterical reporting? Previous arrest for possessing an automatic weapon does not imply any rifles in the house were "assault rifles". Stick to reporting the technology you know something about.
Incorrect, not just poor people. Almost every medical insurance policy in the USA requires all policy holders which are of Medicaid age to file all claims with Medicaid FIRST. Then the private insurance pays the leftover. Thus, except for the fabulously rich 1%, every other person in the USA over 65 years of age will have their data in DXC.
The problem is not what Microsoft will learn; but how they will react to that knowledge. Instead of solving the security problem, Microsoft will argue the problem is negligible, will encourage a 3rd party to develop to develop the fix, then later buy the 3rd party for pennies on the dollar and much later (after the damage is done) present their fix to a problem which should have been fixed long ago.
What Microsoft wants to do is change the discussion about security issues with Linux. And they will beat everyone to fatigued submission with an army of know-nothings just like the people who create "security" in Windows products.
"That's not a security problem in the kernel, it's an opportunity to sell a different product which enhances Linux". No, just no.
This problem is easily solved: get rid of half of those departments. The creation of the Department of Education, HUD, HHS, Homeland Security, and a couple others has only degraded those areas. So, delete the Departments, the security problems disappear, more funding available for the remaining departments.
Using a Wikipedia page as a reference? If you had researched the authors of this page you would notice some definitive astroturfers, blocked IP addresses, and non-existent user accounts. Fail.
So unless you have something more solid than a political hack playground, it is clear you don't know how to assert facts.
Blah, blah, blah...these cost comparisons are always so shallow. I just created a cost comparison of LTO7 tape to AWS for the seven year life span of the tape array. Even with the new Deep Ice, local tape is still cheaper. And the bonus which is never included -- those tape drives will last for 15 years. I can move the primary tape array into a secondary role for another 7 years and be more cost effective. And I won't have to worry about API Of The Month Club changing my access method.
" that consumers – and especially Californians who tend to be more tech-savvy than the rest of the country given the concentration of tech companies in the state – understand the issues around data privacy rules..." More arrogant, self-centered posturing from the Reg's blatant ego on the US west coast. I'd like to see your data which supports your assertion. Otherwise, stop the self superiority labeling.
And for many in the SMB market, #2 (if that assertion is true) is just fine. I have been evaluating MDS vs multiple other FC switches thru 4/8/16 Gb for a decade. And IOS makes more sense and is more akin to other networking OS configurations than the Brocade dialect. Whoever thought that Brocade dialect up is still living in 640K memory land.
In the article it specifically states this problem is created by the 9th Circuit Appeals Court in San Francisco. All other Appeals Courts routinely throw these cases out. The 9th Circuit is the most reversed federal appeals court in the USA. Once again corruption, lawlessness, and ignorance from the San Francisco government mafia.
This article and the previous article on Net Neutrality are so biased they stop being reporting, or even Biting the Hand, to pure personal drivel. I suggest you leave the fantasyland of San Francisco and the Bay Area and actually talk to people who work for a living. Really work for a living, not sitting in a cube or office staring at a monitor rearranging bits all day. Until then, your opinion is just a Shi'ite.
From the indictment, Marcus Hutchins is listed not as primary but subordinate to the other "conspirator". This tells me the Feds really want the guy who marketed and sold the malware. They want to pressure Marcus to identify the other "conspirator".
Marcus has something they want. Looks like leverage to me for a release.
Instead of shared multi-user systems you get shared multi-system users! Well, OK, not quite. The shared part of the computing system is moving from the compute environment to the infrastructure. The infrastructure hands out storage, network, and compute to mulitple compute nodes for your work. And you don't share your nodes with anyone else -- unless you really want to but I don't recommend it.
Stop thinking about cows and instead become a cattle investor...
Sounds like Apple without Steve Jobs. Sounds like General Motors when all the "car guys" were replaced with "automotive business executives". I could go on.
Any company which does not deeply understand and functionally work on the base elements of their business operation is a pattern trending towards zero. You don't make money by not sweating the small stuff.
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