Global Security Watch > Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act
[NoSheep!] Luckily the FTC has published: Financial Institutions and Customer Data: Complying with the Safeguards Rule, whcih as the name implies gives a nice summary of how to comply. Of particuar interest to me is the “Information Systems”
Ed Foster's Gripelog || The Reader Advocate: I know what Microsoft would say: the XP EULA doesn't allow you to transfer a license from one machine to another, so it's totally up to the OEM to decide if it's the same machine or not. And we know what E-Machines (which is now a Gateway brand) or most other OEMs are going to say to that: buy the replacement parts from us at our price or else. (via Cosmos)
news you can eat: hey bk - yeah that's the boba tea place - i did a blog item on it earlier this week (couple days ago, "Tapioca House / Boba Tea", those are two different places, altho my shitty writing probably doesn't make that 100% clear). i'm in tea mode, i guess. (via Cosmos)
[Csci.csusb.edu] Bibliography: p63: "A fully defined contract implies a no hidden clause property: clients theat 'play by the rule,' observibg the precodition of a call, are guaranteed to obitan the result, as expressed by the postcondition." leads to treating pre-conditions as wait conditions in a concuurent (separate) process....