Hi Q sued, asking courts to rule that its activities did not, in fact, violate the CFAA.James Grimmelmann, a professor at Cornell Law School, told Ars that the stakes here go well beyond the fate of one little-known company. Sounds like time to complain to Consumer Protection Agency and local state agency.It’s because I am on AWS and the recent Intel vulns has all the cloud vendors patching and rebooting their hypervisors.It’s causing various issues with my infrastructure.Also, most modern web browsers will also handle RSS feeds, but in a limited manner.They will use an RSS feed as a dynamic bookmark folder with automatic bookmarks to all the news in the feed.Hi Q scrapes data about thousands of employees from public Linked In profiles, then packages the data for sale to employers worried about their employees quitting.Linked In, which was acquired by Microsoft last year, sent hi Q a cease-and-desist letter warning that this scraping violated the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, the controversial 1986 law that makes computer hacking a crime.
I contacted Amazon customer service via the phone number that popped up when I was having problem login. The customer service rep was courteous and nice, but could not help me because I could not tell him the code that he sent to my phone…. I tried explaining that I no longer have that phone.
Most RSS feeds are produced automatically by the same content management software which also generates the web pages dynamically.