Your money only disappears if you give it to shady people to hold for you.
Just because it's heavy oversight doesn't mean it's effective.
Now they just need to prove that the person that died is the person that owned the iPad.
You left your car in a parking lot so I took it, it's mine now.
Just keep in mind, those are just the ones that get caught.
Nobody in government wants to reduce government powers.
As they only had the suits for a month, they most likely only trained against other people wearing the suits.
A better solution would be to require that everyone have access to the same gear. That way if someone prefers bigger gears or a certain wax, they can use them. To this end you could have every country contribute to a common fund which would then be distributed evenly among the teams.
More like they hung a sign, locked the door, and forgot to build the walls.
The winning move in the prisoner's dilemma is always talk, regardless of what the other person does, you talking is always better for you. It's only in the iterated dilemma and, more importantly, the real world that you start to see advantages to not talking.
You don't buzz in on daily doubles though.
Because if they didn't randomly send you there no one would use it.
The investigative measures they're not supposed to use are against the letter of the law.
The odds shift as more bets get placed on one side or the other.
"People's" is a reference to the economic policy (communist) rather than the political structure.