An Iterative Waterfall Isn’t Agile 

Because they’re trying to be agile, they do this with user stories. But rather than treating the user stories as short placeholders for future conversations, each user story becomes a mini-specification document, perhaps three to five pages long. And I’ve seen them longer than that. 

Supreme Court Leaves Troubling CFAA Rulings In Place: Sharing Passwords Can Be Criminal Hacking | Techdirt 

But, Facebook didn’t like it and sent a cease-and-desist to Power. Power figured that since users were asking it to continue and they were the ones who had the accounts, it was okay to continue. The court, unfortunately, claimed that it was a CFAA violation – the equivalent of “hacking” into a system (despite having legit credentials) just because of the cease-and-desist.

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