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LemonRaven 70 points


Genuine question though, what does a 1600$ AP do better compared to say a 600$ Ubiquity?

chasingpackets 57 points

Correctly allow clients to roam between cells 😂

The only Ubiquiti that I'll touch are the AirFiber series. Everything else is junk.

KJatWork 61 points

Maybe he did use it internally.....

chasingpackets 47 points

Came out of an outdoor open sided bar next to a pool

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chasingpackets 9 points

Actually, at least in the US, intent must be proven... a prosecutor has to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant intentionally possessed the underage illicit material.

CleverNameAndNumbers 1 point

I doubt that would fly for very long as in principle it would mean that the entire block chain and all it's minors are hosting illegal content that anyone can then access. Imagine torrenting something and then seeding it, then claiming no intent because you never checked the contents of what you're seeding.

chasingpackets 6 points

Doesn't matter, they still have to prove intent. Without doxing myself Ill say that I have experience at both the criminal and civil levels of digital forensics. I've seen plenty of warrants issued only to have evidence tossed out because, even though it was sitting on someones PC (e.g. in temp internet files or something), based on metadata the file was never locally accessed therefore intent could not be proven beyond a reasonable doubt.

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