Re: Aren't judges, tradionaly, supposed to show a little actual judgement?
It is Austria remember - have you seen their politicians recently
6400 posts • joined 31 Dec 2009
It is Austria remember - have you seen their politicians recently
Yes you have to knowingly be lying to the court.
Demanding a takedown of a site because a search of *Office* matched "open office", or an episode of "the office" isn't a crime, so long as you were merely stupid.
It is only perjury if you lie about representing the rights holder. You do not swear that the files are infringing - that is why takedowns are so easy. The asymmetry comes from having to swear, under penalty of perjury, that they are not.
The reason diebold lost in court was that they admitted deliberately filing a false DMCA claim to stiffle free speech, which is something most US courts take rather a dim view of.
But it does mean a program about undercover British Army "community breathing reduction operation" squads operating in Britain against British citizens will be quietly shelved.
There is a record saying something about my unpaid library fine in a computer on a desk in a library in Ballimorie = effect zero.
It's the fist thing that comes up on a search of my name in Google = more significant
Would you prefer that an intern at Google decides?
Or perhaps the giant brain-in-a-jar that controls the internet?
And the next version includes a crack-lady-of-negotiable-affection who looks exactly like Ms Lohan - with extra points if you kill her
Do you know the risks of selling a washing machine to children?
If they are under 18 they can't be on the internet because they wouldn't have been able to sign a contract with an ISP.
So you can assume anybody you meet online is an adult, or possibly using the internet under parental or teacher supervision.
> unauthorized disclosures about the program, there has been a great deal of misinformation circulated to the public,
So if what Snowden said about mass NSA spying on American's isn't true - then he is innocent?
Well they must be guilty of something - the trial is just an extra bit of entertainment
The weather is better?
s/Ukraine/just about anywhere in S America/g
>I am stating that most terrorists are fucking idiots
So are most of the people who were prepared to storm machine guns to determine which of Victoria's grandchildren gets to be king of Belgium
>. To have the mindset to attack innocent people requires a certain lack of intelligence.
Tell that to the Manhattan project
> I think I'd rather remote in from quite a distance away.
I heard their internet links can be a bit dodgy
"Don't forget the first step, Invade and make sure they have nothing resembling a competent government left"
And the last step; wait for a genuine democracy to break out, stage a coup, put your own dictator in charge and help him kill those democrat terrorists. Then rinse and repeat
>some of these people think genocide and suicide bombing is a good idea :/
The inventors of the computer thought climbing out of your trenches and walking toward German machine guns waving a stick was a brilliant military strategy !
The transistor and most of the semiconductor industry was invented by ATT almost every other part of a computers was invented by IBM. Small agile startups invent the Yo app
The real problem with innovation now is that there aren't massive companies with total domination of the industry for 50-70 years
>it seems odd for a non-government agency to be handed what is effectively seized assets from another company.
Why, we've given corporations entire countries in similar deals - and Microsoft is worth a lot more than a fruit or rubber company
> It's nice to know that the 1st line support bod at the ISP's aren't sitting sifting through all the emails.
No but someone at Microsoft is, especially if they think you might be violating their T&Cs when selling MSFT software
If they have the keys for the entire set of messages then it's not so perfect
>Do you, as an individual, care about respect from Americans or other countries?
Do you as an individual propose to stop using American software, American email providers and American search engines ? Do you as an IT professional intend to stop doing the same for your company?
>I think most Americans don't care about respect from the rest of the world, they just want the same as everyone else - a health family, a roof over their heads, food on the table, and a vacation once in a while.
Which might be tricky if every other country starts boycotting their only successful global export.
Or you can simply invade the country.
If they use their nuclear weapons against you - then they previously had them and now don't
If they don't use them then they had them before the invasion and are now hiding them
There are obviously huge losses to the media/legal/newspaper and late night chat show comedian industries as everybody gets up the next day sees who has won and continues going to work.
Compared to the useful billions spent on lawyers deciding whose chad was hanging - it does nothing to increase German GDP.
> What are you going to do when a single retailer preorders 500,000 copies of a book?
If I'm selling an ebook - nothing
If I'm selling a physical book - let Amazon worry about it
At the moment - nothing I can do. Springer won't sell to them unless they are also buying and stocking a whole set of other Springer titles. They make my library buy 'packages' of journals nobody wants in order to get the few I and my colleagues need and write/review/edit for free.
It's not their product it's the authors product.
At least in the textbook world the publishers commision is about 2x the authors.
300 years the booksellers (stationers guild) had a monopoly on printing and deal with authors directly. Publishers only appeared, as in the music industry, when it was industrialised and you needed somebody to "own the means of production" - today they are just an extra layer of market inefficency
The obvious solution is to encourage the various millitants to abandon soviet era weapons and start their own weapons program
That way there would be no further attacks because the Jihadist fighter would be stalled while 6 nations can't agree on how many wheels the Toyota pickup should have (inviting the French into the consortium is always good here).
There would be no IEDs because the committee to decide if it is the red or green wire would still be in preliminary inter-government discussions about where the first meeting would be held and the freedom-fighter-2000 platform on which all new terrorists armaments are to be based is delayed until 2025.
Does a teapot attract VAT?
Selling them as cookware rather than sweets could be a smart move
6, Vaguely defined goals set 6months in advance.
Everybody in planning and management of the project changed after 3 months
Hardware platform supplied after 5months
Project deliverable changed the day before the exam
All candidates outsourced to India for the actual exam
Might as well make the subject realistic and appropriate to the workplace
If you are signing up for a 3year contract at $100/month (all cell+data plans end up costing $100/month whatever the ad says - it's a law of nature)
Are you really going to be persuaded to buy with a $20 drop in the price you pay at the till?
Do Walmart really think that their customers don't understand basic market economic theory ?
I applaud this protecting of small local companies and hope that other Eu countries will do the same.
They could also pass laws preventing French cars being sold in Germany, French wine in Britain and stop French workers being able to travel to those countries.
Is there a process for just kicking France out of the Eu? Then they could form their own union with Scotland.
>"The US government cannot compel us to produce our customers' data stored in data centres outside the US, "
Really? The US government can't request a US company's help in getting data on potential foreign enemies? So the US government only uses Verison to spy on US citizen's data held in US data centers !
>and if it attempts to do so, we would challenge that attempt in a court.
That would be a secret court where the government doesn't have to provide any evidence before it makes a ruling on you.
Since when was showing a powerpoint presentation "being productive" ?
Or even if you aren't arrested if the police have reason to believe you might have something naughty.
The met have considerably more power to search you if they believe you have stolen govt property.
Remember that this law doesn't apply at border crossings or in the special security zones within 100mi of a border or coast.
What about the people who were threatened that they would be put on the no-fly list unless they cooperated in a completely unrelated investigation?
For many Americans no-fly means no-job unless you can persuade an employer to give you a couple of weeks to drive to each sales meeting on the other coast.
With this new framework US companies are again free to run cloud services for Eu customers.
The data will be slurped by the US govt legally, and US corporations illegally.
There is nothing you can do about the US govt, but that hasn't changed.
With the new law you can, as a foreign/pinko/liberal, go up against an honest god fearing American corporation in front of an East Texas judge.
Piss off both Google and a bunch of high-spending early-adopters/flash-bastards to save no money.
There was a service (also shutdown IIRC) which offered a Netflix-like service from a set of DVD jukeboxes. Since they only streamed a single physical DVD to a signal customer at once, they claimed that they were just a DVD rental store where you happened to physically play the DVD remotely.
So what if you bought your own individual antenna at Aereo?
Alternately what if you rented the one on your roof or paid somebody else to install and service the HW - would that make you illegal?
You think you can manage a Microsoft server better than the people who created it ?
- at least that was their pitch to us .
2.5 Remember to have no way of knowing if the service is down, other than the volume of posts on Reddit. Have no official site or dashboard to check status.
Sounds like a good idea.
You are trying to protect your online banking from a hacker on the other side of the world, not a family member looking over your shoulder. So a long complex password written down is better than a short memorable password that you never change.
That had a kickstarter campaign to get the first units built and to "build a community of developers" then sold themselves to Google.
So you get to build your innovative product around Occulus - so long as it benefits Google, fits Google's plans, gives 40% to the play store and will be cancelled with no notice if Google feel like it
WWII era guns could 'deliver' a 7ton package at least 25mi and there would be no need for the delivery driver to leave a note if you weren't in.
Obviously some work would have to be done on the packaging - but anything that can survive Puralator should be OK
Haven't been following the F1 this season - must have missed the BBC coverage.
>Which market is it coming out it in
The 'next billion" those lesser developed regions with more primitive telecommunications infrastructure and less access to modern fibre optic telecommunications.
So pretty much anywhere more than 1/2 mi from a BT exchange
Still waiting for Blair and Bush to turn up at the Hague.
Funny that in 70years the international criminal court had convicted 2 world leaders; Donitz for ending WWII and some guy from a little tin pot African country that forget to sign minerals for weapons deals with a superpower.
Suppose the government in the 1930s had been gathering holiday photos so it had evidence of you kissing somebody in public.
Just so that if you said anything nasty about the Germans ( and so compromised the chances of British industry getting the contracts for those new shower blocks) it would have something to leak to the tabloids.