There is a third reason: they long for what Nietzsche referred to as 'the happiness of the knife'.
Dangerous malware links in Google's search results will bring up a warning as Google combats Search Engine Poisoning. Google hopes to help searchers update their antivirus software as Cisco Systems reports phishing attacks are getting more dangerous -- and profitable. An analyst warned, however, that hackers could exploit Google's warning.[sci-tech-today.com]
Adm. Mike Mullen, chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, wrapped up a four-day visit to China with a rare visit to a submarine base on an island off the country's eastern coast, a day after being given access for the first time to a Su-27, one of China's most advanced operational fighter jets.[wsj.com]
The result of this case will likely have serious implications for data security in general ...
It would be interesting to see what definition of terrorism they're using. Shooting a couple of people and then saying you did it as terrorism doesn't make it terrorism.
It was January 2010, and investigators with the International Atomic Energy Agency had just completed an inspection at the uranium enrichment plant outside Natanz in central Iran, when they realized that something was off within the cascade rooms where thousands of centrifuges were enriching uranium.[arstechnica.com]
Wow ... broad daylight and everything ... too bad he didn't get to shoot back ...
Can't tell the players without a program? Here's one ...
All together now: Don't bring a baseball bat to a car fight!
It's hard to see, but the shooter appears to be a guy in a black shirt that is with the gang that goes diagonal across the street to head the other group off. The person of interest (wearing the white wife-beater and white long pants) appear to be retreating ...
Where do they think they're going with this ...
Mexican and international human-rights organizations say the Mexican military has often planted drugs or evidence on citizens in an effort to mark up arrests and convictions. Gustavo de la Rosa, a prominent human-rights lawyer in Ciudad Juarez, has said he knows of 70 such cases in the city alone.[latimes.com]
To maintain privacy while surfing the Web, you need to encrypt the data you exchange with websites and mask where that data is coming from. Enter the Tor Network, a free service maintained by the nonprofit Tor Project and a worldwide network of volunteers dedicated to keeping the Internet free and private.[pcworld.com]
"The facts of the case showed that InTown was blatantly ignoring the safety of its customers and employees," Ogden said. "You had a hotel where the office and its employees, including the manager, had been robbed four times at gunpoint in the six months leading up to the victims' attack. The manager was begging the corporate office for a security guard to protect the guests and employees of the hotel, and he was turned down."[clarionledger.com]
It would be interesting to see whether not having the S/O was a cost effective decision or not. Of course, the most likely fundamental problem was that the vics weren't ready to go when the time came. Their not being ready may have been a function of the legal environment but still, there's something perverse about suing a business for ALSO not being ready to go ...
Sounds like a lot of opportunity for mischief ...
SUPPLY of Russian nuclear submarine to India is being expedited in order to further strengthen the naval arm of the Indian forces which should be a source of concern of Pakistan. Russian Navy Chief was quoted as saying on Friday that the submarine would be delivered by the end of this year.[pakobserver.net]
It's odd that they would do this as the Indian aren't really 'natural' allies of Russia. The Indians should probably take it apart and put it back together before they use it for anything important ...
Wonderful ...Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said Thursday that Russia would boost its presence in the Arctic to protect its interests. "As far as our own geopolitical interests are concerned, we shall be protecting them firmly and consistently," Putin told a meeting of his ruling United Russia party in Yekaterinburg.[themoscowtimes.com]