[San-Diego-pm] FWD: [IP] more on Hard time? Not for cyber
menolly at mib.org
Wed Aug 18 18:07:02 CDT 2004
On Wed, 18 Aug 2004, C. Abney wrote:
> On Wed, 2004-08-18 at 15:05, Randal L. Schwartz wrote:
> > >>>>> "C" == C Abney <cabney at ucsd.edu> writes:
> > C> I tell that story to anyone that betrays he or she is thinking of
> > C> applying for a job at Intel.
> > But it's not Intel! See <http://www.lightlink.com/fors/> for details.
> Not Intel??? Whoah. I know the law in Oregon is truly bad. That's
> clear. And the Oregonian and the judge are beyond merely stupid. They
> MUST be corrupt. But how can you hold Intel blameless... aren't they
> the prosecution?
I've been told the Intel did not want to prosecute, but Oregon wanted to
test their laws and ran with it. Feel free to add salt to taaste; I so
not claim to speak with authority on this.
> > C> I'll bet I'm not alone.
> > In that sentiment, no. But please, the problem is about bad laws,
> > not about Intel in particular.
> I don't see how Intel is not a place to avoid.
I interned at Intel; they have an excellent internship program and I
enjoyed my time there quite a bit. I probably could have returned after
graduation, but I decided I'd rather work in a software-oriented company
instead of doing internal software for a hardware company.
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