17 posts • joined Wednesday 6th January 2010 20:13 GMT
a country founded by puritans escaping from rules preventing religious persecution actually
I would not be surprised to find out they hacked their own servers as a way of getting free press for their website. Much cheaper than paying for your own advertising
so claim you have 100% recycled plastics then, it would be perfectly true or just write N/A on the form.
You still have to do the paperwork, you can't just ignore government mandated standards and expect no consequences
my proposed rules
1) All patents submitted to a standard will be properly investigated, trivial ones should be invalidated
2) Royalties to use the standard will be paid to the standard body and then split between the contributors based on number and importance of patents (decided when forming the standard)
3) Owners of 'Submarine' patents cannot sue companies that have paid to use the standard, they must apply to the standard body for a cut - they have to give very good reasons why they didn't declare earlier.
4) People who implement a standard without paying the royalties should get huge fines / products banned (money to be split between contributors as in rule 2 )
Re: Rather obvious, all that.
What would this Swedish legal team have been doing since making the request? The appeals have nothing to do with the Swedish system
I somehow doubt they are paying a handful of people to phone up the UK constantly saying "can we have him now?" I'm sure even government departments wouldn't be that wasteful.
Re: Rather obvious, all that.
"The fine the alleged offense carries would not cover _one hour_ fee from a qualified attorney. Compared to the cash Sweden and the UK are currently spending (not to mention the US, most certainly)"
Why would this be costing Sweden any money? They just filed in the form requesting extradition.
It's the UK government and Assange that are the only ones actually spending money on dragging this out.
I don't get it
How are so many people failing to understand this?
Apple make a product incompatible with most of the "4G" networks around the world but claim it is, they get told off for false advertising.
"4G" might be a confusing term if you look at the world as a whole, but surely Apple can afford to tailor their advertising to each country they are selling it in. I'm pretty sure they give a different plug on the charger to match each countries sockets, how hard could it be to change the wording on the box.
They were deliberately telling lies on their advertising and they got called on it.
No stupid misleading analogies about cars or anything else are required to understand that
Watched the anonymous video explanation and there description of Counterfeiting is sooo bad
Fair enough, the intrusive monitoring is very bad, but you can't claim that there is nothing wrong with making copies of someone else's work and distributing it without permission
Claiming that it's not stealing because the original is still there is not a good enough justification for pirating music and movies
If you read the article it clearly says they are "the largest reseller in France"
So i think they probably sell more than 20 iMacs in 3 months
"The only major bill to be paid would be that for a new British warhead to go on them. "
Are we able to develop a new warhead to fit on a tomahawk missile?
Do we have the capability to do that still, and are we allowed to develop new nuclear warheads under non-proliferation treaties?
they have tried joint european ventures many times in the past.
The eurofighter was vastly over priced and late as the different countries could never agree on anything.
The T45 destroyers started out as a joint european project but that all fell apart as nothing was ever done, the only part of it left that is still a joined up effort is the missile system which still does not work
the benefits of american tech
The C-17 does sound like a great plane, except that for all but the most minor repairs the only way to get it fixed is to return it to Boeing in the US at your own expense
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