The OP appeared to do just that putting quotes around "revelations", or maybe i misread it and if that is the case: my bad.
14 posts • joined 2 Feb 2008
What a ludicrous conspiracy theory... 4 clowns and counting voted that garbage up: scary to think they may even dare to vote...
So in your implicit delusion "Kaspersky's marketing people" planted a 2008 GCHQ warrant for some 7 years late staged marketing ploy involving Snowden and Greenwald unveiling his leaks: your tin foil hat is showing.
Read the new terms linked in the article...
"Exception to the right of cancellation: You cannot cancel your order for the supply of digital content if the delivery has started upon your request and acknowledgement that you thereby lose your cancellation right."
So if you use/listen/stream/download your digital content you probably won't be able to return it.
The LG G is certified IP67, i.e.:
- Totally protected against dust
- Protected against the effect of immersion between 15 cm and 1 meter (test duration: 30 minutes).
Unless you want to submerge it for more than half an hour or at more than 1 meter under water, it must be certified enough for your water resistance concerns...
Zz, Thunderbolt is a fusion of several proprietary/licensed connectors including Apple's Mini DisplayPort, for which Apple "reserves the right to void the license should the licensee "commence an action for patent infringement against Apple"."
I don't know how much "proprietary" this could get... Five people and counting were stupid enough to vote down the facts...
You fail to notice that in order to "consolidate" around any policy European nations have to agree on common terms, and that these are precisely those independent nations who routinely prefer to "pick and choose" as it fits their traditional views or selfish interests, the UK even more so, not your scapegoated and vilified "EU"...
Actually citizens from Bulgaria and Romania, like the illegal Roma making polemic, don't enjoy the same freedom of moving within the European countries than citizens from others countries which are full members of the Schengen agreement , these two countries and their citizens have restrictions put in place, like the fact you mention that they do have to prove of a legal way of living, a job, if they want to stay more than three months on french soil. Citizens from others Europeans countries which are full members of the Schengen agreement are -as far as i know- exempt of the latter, and can be expulsed only if convicted of crime or illegal activities.
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