I would want to see a copy of the script before I performed one take of the movie. I just assumed any actor or actress would do the same.
The only scenario for which I could feel sympathy for Ms. Garcia would be if the script was radically changed during the course of filming to the point where it was completely different. Even then, my sympathy is limited because I would personally insist in having a clause in the contract to terminate early when big script changes occur.
Apple is just as bad but apple has to use more open standards in order to compete.
USB might like to have a word with you.
Then you put in a request for new equipment, and explain that it will make them far more in increased productivity from you than it costs. A $2k upgrade only needs to increase your productivity by $1/hour to return the investment in the first year. That's usually a no-brainer expense.
Unfortunately, the bill neither defines what "publicly available" means insofar as remaining compliant with the law, nor does it provide any mechanism to do so. This is an important point, because in the past, we have seen attempts to sap resources from labs producing unwanted results by flooding them with requests for their data.
Before we can laud the law for good intentions, it needs to provide a mechanism to define what it means by making data available and ease the burden of disclosure.
...but wake me up when it can use sucrose.
Why do you hate America? It needs to use corn syrup.