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The Security Tango is my name for the dance you have to do every time you want to assure yourself that your computer is free of viruses, spyware, keystroke loggers, backdoors, trojans, and other forms of malware (click the Definitions button in the menu to see what all those things mean).It's something you need to do regularly and often - daily is too often!In the case of Spectre, the vulnerability exists in CPU architecture rather than in software, and is not easily patched; however, this vulnerability is more difficult to exploit.MICROSOFTMicrosoft has temporarily halted updates for AMD machines.The wealthy already pay by far the most in taxes (whether measured in dollars or in percentage points), providing a foundation for government to redistribute wealth in what most loyal Canadians think is, in principle, fair and just.Should the changes come into force later this year, that will become a watershed moment for Canada — a final crossover from “socially liberal and fiscally conservative” to “socially liberal and fiscally insane.”This is one of the few cases that all Canadians should be up in arms about taxing the rich. Relatively little has been written, however, about the very wealthy entrepreneurs who own not-so-small private companies (the proposals cover all privately owned businesses, not just small businesses), many of which generate millions of dollars of profits each year to their founder/shareholders.Because we live in a “tax the rich” period of Canadian history (including the highest income tax rates seen in at least two generations), it is not popular to speak out in favour of the top one per cent of the one per cent, since these taxpayers have been demonized by many groups, all in the name of fairness.
Second, the Liberals are missing a critical piece in the “tax passive investments to avoid sheltering and achieve real-time integration” approach: Passive investments are passive to the investor, but are anything but passive to those in whom the investments are made.
First, assuming that Canadian risk-takers would take the same risks in the absence of tax incentives is like assuming that people would give as much money to charity without the tax receipts those donations generate, or that investors would support exploration and development of high risk resource-related projects in the absence of flow-through tax benefits.
Removing incentives — especially those so deeply entrenched in our tax code — will dramatically reduce the behaviour promoted by those incentives, often resulting in a decrease in total tax dollars received as the tax rates effectively increase.
CPU hardware implementations are vulnerable to side-channel attacks referred to as Meltdown and Spectre.
These attacks are described in detail by CERT/CC’s Vulnerability Note VU#584653, the United Kingdom National Cyber Security Centre’s guidance on Meltdown and Spectre, Google Project Zero, and the Institute of Applied Information Processing and Communications (IAIK) at Graz University of Technology (TU Graz).