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I just Googled "FastPass" and got this notice that results were being filtered due to a DMCA complaint. When I clicked "read the DMCA complaint", I got this server error. Looks like the entire site is down. Maybe due to a DMCA complaint?
That would be the pessimitic view. The site has a lot of traffic dedicated to insuring that DMCA complaints are not used as a form of harassment. So obviously some people might like to see it disappear.
Hmmmm... The other night I watched the movie Outsourced[^] from 2006. At one point the main character meets another American in a fast food restaurant in India and he tells him a story exactly like this.
"When you don't know what you're doing it's best to do it quickly" - Jase #DuckDynasty
No need to apologize, sorry if I came across strong. I read securityblog.verizonbusiness.com regularly, so seeing it misquoted was a bit shocking. I’ve listened to these guys at a conference & have a ton of respect for them. I’ve always heard about lazy journalism, just never been able to see a side-by-side comparison.
Anyways… food for thought: How might Bob have avoided getting caught?
1. Actually worked from home and letting them tunnel via his laptop and ADSL line.
2. Not keeping invoices on his work PC.
3. Definitely shouldn't have browsed the web so much during working hours on work PC.
Points 2 and 3 alone would already have made the difference in repudiating the "preposterous" claim that he would outsource his own work.
But clearly Bob was an amateur.
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