I hope your not defecating in a urinal. That's really gross, you should really use a toilet.
I've wiped iphones before and found all my photos still on the phone. So I not sure that's more secure.
I don't know, I've wiped a few iPhones to find my pictures still on them. Was on of the reasons I left Apple.
And even the graph shows a downward trend.
We did this with encryption and ended up causing a shit ton of problems down the road, problems that are seriously affecting us today.
I don't know a lot of Biography's have been written without talking to the subject, Maybe the BBC wants the truth and not the spin that Rock Star will give them. Remember Rock Star was behind a lot of the bad press they got, it was mostly marketing, and oh boy did it work.
Did you not know that none of that would have happened without Max Clifford working on behalf of Rock Star. That was marketing genius is what it was.
Even the reporter is British, "Daniel is IGN's Games Editor over in London. He writes about movies, too."
Well considering Take Two is a British company, I am not sure why they would file in the US.
Not sure what the First Amendment has to do with laws in England.
So explain how one does a documentary on a video game without being able to say it's name. It's not trademark infringement if you are referring to the actual product .
Why are American Asians a special bunch?
What the hell is a MOOC? Come on if your going to use a new acronym you should define it.
Taxi companies do not set the prices that is done by the government sorry to say, in NYC it's the New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission. So no they don't use the high barrier of entry for that at all. Any proof of that crazy lobbying? You have made a bunch of accusations but failed to back any of it up.
You do know why the medallion's exist right? It has nothing to do with your taxi cartel conspiracy. It had to do with too many (over 30,000) taxis on the road causing major traffic problems. In 1937, Mayor Fiorello H. La Guardia signed the Haas Act which introduced official taxi licenses and the medallion system that remains in place today. The law limited the total number of cab licenses to 16,900, but the number dwindled to 11,787 licenses over the next six decades until 1996 when the TLC added 133 new licenses bringing the total to 11,920.Since 1996, more medallions have been added to the fleet bringing the total number of cab licenses to 13,237 as of 2009.