Aparently whilst the servers were down they couldnot get into the buildings to turn them on again until someone could cut the locks off with an angle grinder.
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A floppy filled with software worth thousands of francs: Techie can't take it, customs won't keep it. What to do?
UK firm NOW: Pensions tells some customers a 'service partner' leaked their data all over 'public software forum'
Just let this sink in: Capita wins 12-year £1bn contract to provide training services to the Royal Navy and Marines
Italian competition watchdog slaps Apple with €10m fine over allegedly misleading iPhone waterproofing claims
Re: Own Goal
Reminds me of when one of the multinational burger bars ws taken to court because its coffee cups didn't warn people that hot coffee is hot.Ahh that chestnut AGAIN that coffee was if I remember correctly was just below boiling point and gave the woman very serious burns to her crotch try boiling your bollocks and see how it feels.
Adiós Arecibo Observatory: America's largest radio telescope faces explosive end after over 50 years of service
Confirmed: Barnes & Noble hacked, systems taken offline for days, miscreants may have swiped personal info
I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Winking red supergiants sneezing hot gas 650 light years away
Whoops, our bad, we may have 'accidentally' let Google Home devices record your every word, sound – oops
This investor blew nearly $300,000 on Intel shares the day before 7nm disaster reveal. Yup, she's suing
Brit MP demands answers from Fujitsu about Horizon IT system after Post Office staff jailed over accounting errors
Starship bloopers: Watch Elon Musk's Mars ferry prototype explode on the pad during liquid nitrogen test
You, FCC, tell us again why cities are only allowed to charge rich telcos $270 to attach 5G tech to utility poles?
It's been one day since Blighty OK'd Huawei for parts of 5G – and US politicians haven't overreacted at all. Wait, what? Surveillance state commies?
Huawei 5G kit in Faroe Islands: Chinese ambassador 'linked Huawei contract to ... trade deal' – report
YouTuber charged loads of fans $199 for shoddy machine-learning course that copy-pasted other people's GitHub code
a self-proclaimed AI educator, rapper ..."
.And I stopped reading at that point. No more info about this guy needed.
Millennials - if you want to learn something save yourself a dumb online fee and instead try reading up on it (even - gasp - a book or 2) then putting what you've learnt into practice. Its worked for millenia (ironically).
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This weekend you better read those ebooks you bought from Microsoft – because they'll be dead come early July
FBI boss: Never mind Russia and social media, China ransacks US biz for blueprints, secrets at 'surprisingly' huge scale
Bad news for WannaCry slayer Marcus Hutchins: Judge rules being young, hungover, and in a strange land doesn't obviate evidence
Re past performance of rip-off contractors and public money you are correct and this is partly why the Edinburgh tram system was so late and so expensive the main contractor bid low so as to get it and then all but downed tools so as to screw the council for more money part way through the project.