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11 March 2019 @ 02:26 pm

Съездил я по работе в Штаты. Сначала неделю в НЙ, потом неделю в СФ. Спасибо старым друзьям по универу — показали достопримечательности, причем не те которые в путеводителях, а то что действительно было интересно. Но времени было очень мало. Остальное — Business Development, продажи, разговоры, изучение как наш продукт продвигать в Штатах. Каждый вечер алкоголь как часть программы общения. Устал. Но есть результаты.

20 August 2017 @ 09:19 am

Blowing the Whistle on Bad Attribution

Для тех кто не в курсе - Кребс один из самых уважаемых среди профессионалов специалист по киберпреступности.
Это не "анонимные источники" в CIA,NSA, FBI, TLA,...

12 July 2017 @ 05:19 pm

“If you don’t know where you are going you’ll probably end up somewhere else.”

28 June 2017 @ 05:22 pm
А кто бы сомневался в антисемитизме левых:
09 May 2017 @ 06:57 pm
Поздравил маму и отца.
Их воспоминания детства (у отца - первое что он помнит) - как их матери накрывали собой во время бомбежки.
И годами позже, как ночью с 8ого на 9ое мая началась стрельба. А по не выключавшемуся уже много лет радио Левитан объявил о победе.

С Днем Победы!
“sadly, you can say what you like around the kitchen table at home.”
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In June of last year, the Obama Justice Department filed a request with the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) court to permit surveillance of some of Trump’s associates, and perhaps Trump himself, on the grounds that they were possibly engaging in espionage on behalf of the Russian government. Trump himself was “named” in the application, although it is unclear if he was the target of the surveillance. In any event, the FISA court — which is famously generous when it comes to government requests — denied the petition.
In October, the Obama Justice Department submitted a second, tailored request to the FISA court. This request did not name Donald Trump, and it was granted.
None of these reports in the press has been independently confirmed.
Needless to say, this situation is unsustainable. If there were legitimate fears that associates of the now-president were foreign agents, the president and the public deserve to know. Likewise, if that was simply a pretext for surveillance of Barack Obama’s political opponents, the president and the public deserve to know. However this turns out, the situation is extraordinary, and transparency is in order.