Introducing JWASM - MASM's unofficial successor???
This seems kind of short-sighted and foolish.
Does Wikipedia even consider Slashdot a reliable source?
Software Glitch Leads To $23,148,855,308,184,500 Visa Charges
Um, no. The whole point of the binding arbitration clauses is that the arbitrator rules in favor of the business 100% of the time.
College Threatens Students Over Email Addresses
That would actually be very amusing, given the number of well-paid lawyers that probably go to Shelter Rock Jewish Center...
TrapCall Service To Bypass Caller ID Blocking
Because people who abuse their spouses and children generally abuse the courts as well...
Air Force To Rewrite the Rules of the Internet
Pretty much, yes. I had several friends from college who went to work for government contractors on projects that required security clearance. The way they explained it, if I figure out on my own what they're working on, that's legal even if it is classified. What would be illegal is if they told me or gave me direct access to classified information about what they were working on.
(Also, in a lot of cases, what they were building wasn't classified, but who they were building it for was.)