Viacom workers have to agree that Viacom owns anything they ever make in the “universe,” in, “perpetuity.” Use of the Yahoo! Toolbar expressly prohibits use of the technology to operate nuclear facilities.
Inane end-user-license agreements and waivers such as these are put in the stockades on a new blog, The Small Print Project.
Sufjan Stevens, Wiltern LG, Los Angeles, October 9, 2006 (read Ice Cream Man’s great review here).
2. The Transfiguration
3. The Man of Metropolis Steals Our Hearts
4. He Woke Me Up Again
5. Detroit, Lift Up Your Weary Head! (Rebuild! Restore! Reconsider!)
6. The Predatory Wasp Of The Palisades Is Out To Get Us
7. John Wayne Gacy, Jr.
8. A Good Man Is Hard To Find
9. Majesty Snowbird
10. Casimir Pulaski Day
12. That Was The Worst Xmas Ever
14. The Tallest Man, the Broadest Shoulders: The Great Frontier/Come to Me Only
recorded from the center row M floor level with Sony ECM-MS907 binaural stereo mic–> Sony Hi-MD MZ-RH910 –> some tracks optimized with Audacity, others with Adobe Audition, and some not at all (I’ve been slammed)!
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A “very serious vulnerability” in Chicago’s elections Web site made it possible for hackers to swipe Social Security numbers and the personal information of over 1.3 million voters… No confirmation at this point of any information actually being gleaned from the site.
ABC News reports that the problem has existed for more than five years.
Chicago Tribune reports election officials claim to have patched the more than 5-year-old problem.
Can you imagine how much money may have been made by hackers over the past five years who accessed this info? I mean charging just 2 cents per SS# could provide nearly $30k toward an entire year’s tuition the outrageously expensive college of your choice. Is anyone gonna pay to fix this this
This story originally broken by the non-partisan Illinois Ballot Integrity Project