Should Developers Be Sued For Security Holes?
If the security hole introduced intentionally with malice, or nothing is done about a known security bug, then getting sued maybe on the cards...
It depends on the impact the security hole...eg privacy or information breach.
If the security hole was introduced without malice or fixed in time, or does not have major impact (ie affects only test data, or performance...), then you're unlikely to have a case for litigation.
8.8 Earthquake Near Japanese Coast
May God have mercy for all.
Old Apple 1 Up For Auction, Expected To Go For $160,000+
The 3 GEEs and the WI-FIs... ....oh but I guess you really meant BEE GEEs and the HI-FIs??!?!
IBM Unveils Fastest Microprocessor Ever
My 386DX has an external Maths Coprocessor, => can only do floating point functions :(
However mine's now a bit faster overclocked it from 33Mhz to 52Mhz ... your one does how 5.2 Ghz -> Sure my M series superseeds your G series..right?.... ....
Jack Thompson Sues Facebook For $40M
....Jack Thompson has already threatened Slashdot with a US$100 million lawsuit, saying that if the "news for nerd" site does not filter and removing any angry postings made by its' members.....
Are Spammers Giving Up?
Do I get less junk mail in my letter box at home these days?
Do I get less call centre calls to my phone during dinner these days?
You get less if there are regulatory or filter restrictions in place. Doesn't reduce the number of people/organizations sending out or calling.