Oh and I will hate over ATT for the green soup that our land lines on the poles have turned into without any reinvestment.
let me know the next time Google wires up a violence plagued ghetto somewhere.
Oh trust me... there are plenty...
Also, I believe the city had some say in where they started, and in what order zoning/permitting was/is being approved.
Now if you want to go and say they are cherry picking markets as in those where it will do well (big cities), let me show you every commercially available communications advance (POTS with > 28.8, DSLAMs, ISDN, Cell Service, 4G, Cable, Broadband)
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I hope to see a Defamation/Libel case coming to a court room near you!
UT / Longhorns....
If you had not posted as AC I may have given this response more effort.
No reveling here, just a responsible attitude. How much does Google make off of 1
Are you saying to take into account the costs is not a valid thought process?
Downside to that is the law applies to all German companies, not just business who publish under
Additionally it is about Consumers, so one could say you register in the US, but the company has a presence and users in
Simple solution for Google, claim it as a business loss or start charging for it.
Want a personal reply? Open a Google wallet, €1.75 per email and you get your personal response.
Can't charge for it? Any costs associated with complying, go ahead and bill it against the corporation formed in Germany. Once it starts having net losses then close it down and forward the
Ok, Google has it...
They said they will destroy it, either they do or they don't, it doesn't matter because they will do what they choose. But why go handing a copy over to every state who asks for it?
Really, if you're concerned about privacy, you want this information in the LEAST number of hands possible.
Obviously anyone with half a brain cell would have named it
Lawrence Livermore Array for Microbial Assessment (LLAMA)
From the original complaint, the USPS apparently does treat them differently as far as machine handling... it would be interesting to see what happens.
The issue here is why does GameFly have to jump through hoops and spend alot more on packaging to survive automation even when the class of service they used allows for non-machine sorts, while the other companies get separated for special treatment.
Alot of the questions go to what effort did GameFly invest into research, planning and execution, of the shipping and return process.
Things from the material the mailer is produced from to simply how the dvd is secured inside the envelope to prevent shifting through the sorting process.
And the really big question, are you sure they really were "stolen" and not just kept.
I think pretty much all of the questions are valid and while written in legaleze, quite understandable given the severity of the complaint. If GameFly worked with the USPS in planning the mailing portion of their service and co-operated in tracking down these "thefts" before filing this case, then they should have no problems answering every one of them honestly and fully.
to profit from death!
How could such an audience miss this opportunity to quote Python (Monty)!