Modded down, nice. There's a special place in Hell for people who mod down humor.
what the DOJ failed to do.
Well not quite. The DOJ proposed splitting microsoft in half. Chinas solution to corruption tends to involve ventilating the CEOs brain with lead, 15 minutes after the judge declares "Fuck this guy!".
The only one who seemed to be advocating caping bill G here was probably ESR, because ESR is kind of a mentalist (RMS doesnt do guns)
The Chinese officials, like the US officials, are more interested in kickbacks. All this "anti-monopoly" stuff is meme pap for consumption by voters.
It's the way things have gone through history. Just the wrappers change, to obfuscate it and feign justification. Microsoft learned, and now donates vast sums in US elections.
System working as intended...by the politicians. We get in the way so we can get paid to get back out of the way. This rule of thumb has never failed.
> "Unesco is now concerned"
Who cares what those gigantic cow-sheep-tick thingies think?
Fascinating. If they can detect suspicious fraud nodes, TOR could build into their project a blacklist support that they publish and honor in their code. Then it becomes a whack-a-mole issue, which is better han the current situation.
Ummm...what with Russia trying to de-anonymize TOR and all. Bad Rooskies.
Lots of old, cranky people have CDs. This is why they included cassette players up through he 2000s as "dual media" player options. Old fucks with money buying cars and why the hell can't I play my Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass cassette?!?!?
Well, that applies to any device.
I worked on these devices in the late 90s when they were moving from high end cars to upper mid range. The hardware has the ability to rip radio and phone audio streams, too, but they didn't wanna touch either of those with a 40 foot lawyer's schwantz.
Ripping CDs (and USB sticks) was deemed OK because you could do this at home already. And as long as you couldn't take it back off, they felt OK.
Service has a way to shift all your stuff on a "repair" that is a radio swap, without cloning the HDD, but again that is not end user.
Will saves didn't exist under any of the editions he wrote.
No, but CHA did, as in "I've been forced out. God damn 18 charismas!!! >:-( "
He also labors under the left-wing echo chamber meme about "corporate personhood".
In the ruling, the SC made it expressly clear this was not some corporate pseudo-person's right to speech, but rather the rights of the owners, who carry along the right of free speech whatever they do, like anyone. Congress is specifically disempowered from attaching conditions to speech when creating groups of people, such as a "corporation".
For that matter, the money is speech because it buys use of a press, which is also specified in the First Amendment, and deliberately so, lest rulers want to try to control speech indirectly by banning or controlling the press, which they did all the time, too.
It's called the "tyrrany of dimensions". The more variables you have, the more data points you need exponentially to derive meaningful partitioning analysis from it, regardless of how clever your distance algorithms are.
And they have hundreds of questions when a dozen would be about all the entire population of Earth could support.
> "NASA policy usually requires a 70 percent confidence level"
Statistics show a 70% confidence level for a government program has only a 3% confidence level.
My post will get modded down. It shouldn't, though.
"Remember 50 years ago when people were all concerned about species loss? Then they resurrected them? (Said to a 17 year old neanderthal.)"
Old Sam Kinison joke, about starving kids in Africa: "These kids don't need food. What these kids need is luggage. We have deserts in America, too. WE JUST DON'T LIVE IN 'EM!!! AHHHHH AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH AHHHHHHHHHHHH!"
Except that we do. And we farm vast deserts, too.
I own a large commercial building in Ephrata, Pennsylvania.
That's a small commercial building, Dwight.
> "According to a study by the National Academy of Sciences, the total economic impact could exceed $2 trillion,"
Holy Jesus! That's a little bit more than half of what we borrowed those two years!
> virtual dangerous fire escape
"After further study to discern the validity of the virtual-to-real world response, we have decided to rename the region of the brain that lit up in the rescuers as the "minimaxxer seeking rare drops" area and that of those who just fled as the "IDGAF trolls hahahablongota".