No. It is because such a condition is ridiculous and simply not valid.
Shielding employees and stockholders is the entire POINT of a corporation.
This WHY a corporation should never be considered a person. It exists primarily to avoid the moral awareness and responsibility that an actual meat bag has.
NO. Shielding the stockholders is the point of a corporation. Employees are still liable for any crimes they commit. Also in the US, most countries just have a "tradition" for not suing the rich or the wealthy such as CEO, but that is not because they are immune or protected by anything other than their money and power.
Facebook could have just put a fig leaf over the offending parts...
It is not the censorship that has been ruled on yet. It is the stupid EULA that claimed you had to sue them in California. That is just too stupid and embarresing for any fig leaf to cover.
I thought the whole point of H1-Bs was to fill jobs that they couldn't find qualified applicants for?
That's just what they told everybody to get it in the door.
It's really about enriching companies by allowing them to undermine the labor market.
This is all about maximizing shareholder value, and fuck the people who actually live in your country
Welcome to the race to the bottom. The only winners are the corporations.
Just remembered from CD classes long time that this is Unix start time. Wonder if this is related
CD classes? Is that for cross-dressing? Or compact disks?
good luck proving this isn't true.
It reminds me of something I've argued with creationists.
Surely God could have created a world with an infinite past? Theres no reason to suppose that the universe had a moment of beginning when God created it.
Usually their heads explode. Because they want to believe God is that powerful but they also want to believe that the world is 5000 years old.
I know people who carry old fashioned pagers, and have done so for years. Yes, they also have smart phones, but cell service in many places is shit, and pagers have been part of the support infrastructure forever.
And, believe it or not, people still use land lines too. I know it's shocking to the kiddies, but it's true.
Do you people all think this technology became obsolete because you can get a freakin' app?
Where I live your chance of cellular coverage is iffy, and I'm in the burbs, just in a spot with bad coverage.
My wife's stupid fucking pager? Still keeps working.
What you have to ask yourself, is do you want to get paged in the middle of the night, and just how much do you plan on charging for that privilege? Everyone I know who carries one is getting a premium just to have it, and an hourly rate in the event it goes off.
Otherwise, carrying one is the stupidest idea you can imagine, and people just assume you work 24x7. If you do that, well, you're a sucker.
This demonstrates why the Windows Phone is clearly a superior platform.
In order to brick that, you would have to set its date all the way back to January 1, 1601. That allows the user to live in many more interesting historical eras.
Fedora is where you will find the best Gnome experience. Either that or arch.
All the browsers fail every single year.
Yes but out of Firefox, Edge, Chrome, and Safari, Firefox fails more often every single year. Actually it's typically up with IE, and we all know that IE is a model browser for internet security.
Safari is the browser the fails the fastest and most regularly. Google Chrome is second.
It is assumed because it is pwn2own, and people attack Safari first to win a MacBook.
Football, well soccer.
Stamford Bridge is the home ground of Chelsea. Drogba used to play for them. Dunno who Malouda was but Zhirkov was a Russian player who I don't think ever played for either Chelsea or Barcelona.
Oh, I though that was describing the technical breakthrough.
Made no sense at all.
And I'm sure there will be people who signed invoices for thousands of dollars for a 5MB drive LONG before your fancy 1GB SCSI.
I have always said I'd love to see 1GB of iron core memory (look it up for all you youngins), and I'm pretty sure it would mangle the Earth's magnetic field or something epic.
Wow, I once spent over $600 for 16MB of RAM for a PC. And that was considered a good deal.
You kids today have no idea how jarring it is to see a 16GB memory stick as a prize in a Cracker Jack box or in the express checkout at a convenience store.
Imagine my surprise to now see 2TB drives for under $100.
No go on with your fancy cheap memory
If my lawn had grown proportional to storage over the last few decades, I'd have a lawn the size of Jupiter or something stupid, and wouldn't know to tell you to get off it in the first place.
Administration: An ingenious abstraction in politics, designed to receive the kicks and cuffs due to the premier or president. -- Ambrose Bierce