IDIOT! That's the word that I should use to describe Comey. He could go to Apple and let Apple engineers to crack it. Not because Apple doesn't want to, they want to help, but instead, Comey went the other way around by suing Apple to give up their backdoor key. Of course now people can see how the head of FBI has just wasted 1.3 million bucks to g
Aha ha ha! First is the federal reserve breach routed to Philippines and now the election data. Of course the government start to think twice about cyber security. On the other hand, it seems that the hacker was local so it's indicating that the breach could be done from inside.
They didn't say what kind of position that they axed in this 12,000. Of course, if they restructure the pc market and pass most f it to IoT then the most of the engineers will be saved. Mostly admin and the labor such as factory workers as most of their repetitive jobs can be replaced by robot.
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