I've got two words that will spoil your evil plot: Virtual machine. That is the easy way, its also possible to reverse engineer the reader and just build a converter to strip the songs from the file format directly.
Part of the problem is that we only have a few ISPs to cover an area as large as all of Europe. Many places are remote enough that one ISP can claim it, and others don't see the expense of setting up infrastructure in the area as profitable enough when they would be competing with another ISP.
I'd like to see the correlation with moving targets and whether the project originated from the military itself (discretionary spending) or originated from congressional mandate. A few other variables to measure congressional micromanagement would probably make for a very interesting regression line.
Are you Atheist? If so, you still have a religious belief. You believe that the supernatural does not exist. Many atheist form rather dogmatic beliefs around science, believing that science is infallible (which is rather harmful to science, since the scientific method relies on the assumption of fallibility.)
If it is searchable, then you can create a tracker.
Hey, you remember all the promises that came up with the Xbox-one?
We are not running out of Helium in general. We are getting low on a specific isotope of helium that is used in medicine, but its only a trace amount of it that is in your general helium reserves.
An international court has about just as much legitimacy as a courtroom role-play done by high-school students. You see, there is this little thing called sovereignty. Until you send an army in to conquer the land, then you don't have jurisdiction.
The Problem is that makes this a SLAPP suit, and those are flagrant misused of the legal system that should carry mandatory disbarment and criminal penalties to the plaintiff. If they wanted to do this right, they could have invited him to an office and continued to haggle (ludicrous claims are how you start that, on both sides), or let him sue them and then defend themselves in court. They are clearly in the wrong.
So if you want to have a profitable streaming business, you need to file an anti-trust lawsuit.
Even calling the D-wave a computer is a bit of a stretch. Its an experiment on a computer chip.
I've got a better response, skip the company and call the police. Use five words: Criminal Negligence with Confidential Data
I haven't seen the orders of magnitude on it, but I'm figuring they may be small enough that these guys aren't factoring in the mass of the rotational energy of the earth. Most of that will be around the equator.
And then there are the things which aren't exactly programming languages, but aren't exactly not: SQL
I had to do a networking project using a python library. Having to fuck around with a python socket made glaringly obvious the flaws of a language that does not support type casting. Don't call the bullshit python pulls type casting, because those are parsing library functions, not type casting.