Gas prices in the US are heading towards record levels, and are expected to be one of the key issues in the 2012 election. Why is it such a big deal?
Employees may be prosecuted under a federal antihacking statute for taking computer files that they were authorized to access and using them in a manner prohibited by the company, a federal appeals court has ruled. The case decided 2-1 Thursday by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals concerned the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.…
“any person who obtains information from any computer connected to the internet, in violation of her employer’s computer-use restrictions, is guilty of a federal crime.” — Judge Tena Campbell in dissent of the majority ruling.
More fuel efficient vehicles along with alternative-fuel vehicle options will steadily undermine the viability of the gasoline tax, so how about a mileage fee?