Re: LAN access while VPN is up
From: Moe Trin (ibuprofin_at_painkiller.example.tld)
Date: Sat, 05 Nov 2005 09:03:17 -0600
In the Usenet newsgroup comp.security.firewalls, in article
<UsUaf.11606$J14.firstname.lastname@example.org>, Triffid wrote:
>Tapes are a pain, but how else do you back up 200GB affordably, at home?
Some depends on your threat model. If you're just worrying about a
computer/disk failure, adding TWO backup servers with large disks
(old PC with BIOS mod or an O/S that doesn't care, to use large disk)
is likely a cheap alternative. On the other hand, protecting against
earthquake, fire, flood or theft means storing the backups off site.
>Nope, even the spot on the jewel case where the Phillips mark is
>normally embossed is a blank rectangle. This one was published by EMI,
>but they appear to have licensed the same cruft as Sony.
Nice to know the indication of a bad disk - thanks!
>I believe so, but I'm not about to file suit and I doubt the police
>would show an interest.
Might be nice to talk to a lawyer about a 'Class Action' type of lawsuit
if these are allowed under Canadian law.
>The music industry here managed to shoot itself in the foot rather
>effectively a couple of years ago by convincing the government to
>collect a levy on all blank media and distribute the proceeds to artists
>as compensation for illegal copying of their works.
How much was the levy? Is it worth buying over the border and paying
the import duties?
>but not at all surprised when courts ruled that payment of the levy
>entitles the purchaser to store copyrighted material on the media.
I'm sure that was a screw-up in the wording of the original law.
Gotta love it though. "Well Done, Canada"!