Andrew Shoneberg, a market research analyst by day, hovered over Vlacos’ shoulder, giving the trio acting directions.
The entertainment industry has taken several cases to court, alleging that the use of DeCSS violates the Digital Millenium Copyright Act, which prohibits anyone from distributing software designed to circumvent copy protection.
The alternative for companies is to implement workarounds, like network address translation (NAT), which lets multiple people or computers share the same IP address. It’s a technique that your home Wi-Fi router probably uses already, and it works fine – except that it makes certain kinds of computer-to-computer connections more difficult.
The device they bought on eBay came with documentation providing the default username and password for the platform administration of the device.
Whatever the outcome, experts say consumers should examine closely any firewall claims made by Microsoft or its rivals before assuming they’re safe on the Internet.
This is destined to be the first presidential election to be determined, not by which candidate voters like, but by which candidate voters hate. It’s not a question of who you support, but whether you’re a #NeverTrump or #NeverHillary fan. While strange, that’s not the strangest aspect of this election cycle.
Started by Derek Sivers in 1998, the company has paid out over $2 million to 25,000 musicians who sell their merchandise online. With little overhead and a small staff, the group handles about 600 sales a day. Those shipments are tracked, and every Monday Sivers sends out about $40,000 in checks.
The Digg Bar is a strip of HTML links to “digg” or vote up, share and otherwise market websites. The tool miniaturizes websites’ URLs and is universally accessible without a download. The tool is a part of the digg website made available Thursday.
Today is SysAdmin Day, otherwise known System Administrator Appreciation Day. This “holiday” was first celebrated in 2000 and takes place annually on the last Friday in July. The goal, according to the SysAdmin Day website, it to give the guys and gals who maintain your computer network some love… and perhaps some nifty gifties!
It’s Apple’s first new device since the company released the Apple Watch in April 2015. The speaker will sell for about $350 in December in the U.S., U.K. and Australia. Amazon sells the main version of the Echo for $180 and Google sells its Home speaker for $130.