So what are we left with? No GPS, no cellular, data, or WiFi, no camera. Why did I pay $99 and sign a two year contract for that?!?
No one is suggesting that you leave it off forever. Just when you are in certain areas.
While Ennetcom and most of its users are in the Netherlands, the bulk of the company's servers were in Canada.
That is why it is being investigated by Canadian authorities.
Presumably the lacing mechanism is battery-powered, but there's no word on how long the battery might last or how you might recharge it.
I never thought I would see the day where shoes would be battery powered.
Imaging not being able to take off shoes because the battery is dead.
And which of these has the least regulation? And which has the higher chance of injuring or killing someone? Amazing that they want license plates and insurance for "model aircraft", but apparently you can buy a gun and just start shooting it, no safety classes, no training, not even a seatbelt required.
People have flown these model aircrafts next to airports and runways causing real aircrafts to be unable to take off and land causing huge inconveniences and costs to thousands of people. It is not just about what has the chance to injure or kill someone but costing whole industries lots of time and money.
nobody believes that. if you HAVE it, you have COLLECTED it and the RETENTION of such data fits YOUR purposes.
When I send an email my ISP will will scan the email for viruses and to make sure it is not spam. How is this any different.
But, really, what are these certs worth to you?
Agreed. If your only goal is monetary then it may be hard to justify some certs. However if you are interested in the topic and actually want to learn the skill in question then any program is worth taking.
"Dump the condiments. If we are to be eaten, we don't need to taste good." -- "Visionaries" cartoon