A handful of California coding bootcamps are fighting for survival after receiving a stern warning from regulators, VentureBeat has learned.Because the economy of the future won't need them, or something. And rather than the middle class being able to get low cost training from bootcamps, California seems to want them to take on $100,000 of student debt at UC Davis. For social justice, or something.
Unless they comply, these organizations face imminent closure and a hefty $50,000 fine. These organizations have two weeks to start coming into compliance.
The EU doesn't want to export cars to the rest of the world:
A secretive EU body has agreed to develop a device to be fitted to all cars allowing police to cut off any engine at will, it emerged today.Why would anyone buy a German car that had a factory-installed Big Brother Switch? Never mind that the security of these devices will be non-existent, because the design is done by fools - why would anyone think that police on these shores wouldn't use that switch, too?
Leaked paperwork has revealed the 'remote stopping' technology could be activated by a switch in a control room, shutting off the fuel and cutting the ignition.
The device, which could be imposed within a decade, would also allow police to track a vehicle's movements as well as immobilise it.
The lack of insight and ability to foresee the the easily foreseeable that is on display is all you need to show that government isn't run by Philosopher Kings, and soo should be scaled back in size. Dramatically.