Keep it simple
Big frikin' space butterfly net and when it's full head downwards.
714 posts • joined 8 Feb 2012
Luckily it doesn't cross any US borders (Vancouver being in Canada) and the NSA does not have any jurisdiction in Canada, so I don't think that is an issue. As for the Canadian authorities, it is no different from any other part of the internet in Canada. I'm not getting into 5 eyes that is also no different.
It doesn't do much to directly make a dent in crime since criminals tend to use unregistered illegal guns. Licensed gun owners are typically very responsible people, have been screened, and secure guns against theft. It can be used to run people convicted of other crimes through it to see if there is a match and if so consider revoking their license and seizing firearms (e.g. if someone is convicted for spousal abuse).
...managers had a quota based on age x salary, and executed :-( every quarter - I was there in this time period and a senior person in the security practice ( I'm over 50) and well paid. Despite that this was a strategic role, (so forget old skills) I saw I had a target on my back and sought out another position and resigned before someone took me out back and put me up against the wall. After I left my manager was. This is mostly about trying to prove it.
Really, unfortunately, when it comes to Taiwan the national anthem should be changed to "we"re doomed, we are all doomed" written by Private Frazer, You think Russia vs. Ukraine is bad wait for China vs. Taiwan. Actually, it might be good timing for China while everyone is distracted or otherwise busy. A bit sad.... Expect cyber-attacks soon such as we have seen in Ukraine.
As long as five eyes is in effect (and I don't see the US opting out of that anytime soon), SCC - Standard Conractual Clauses as a means of international data transfer is in effect, then I don"t see the problem being resolved - waiting for Schrems 3.
p.s. Binding Corporate Rules is a better way to go - just file them with Ireland (business-friendly, or Luxembourg (glad you know where we are)).
I don't have a positive view of STEPS that topped the chart - their lawyers pressured the children's charity STEPS (for lower limb abnormalities) into surrendering their steps.org domain name which they had held for ages, and to which they were not entitled to anyway given the .org definition.
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