http://gethuman.com/ will often give you a decent number to get to an actual human in a lot of organizations.
Of course, gethuman.com works better if you have a functioning internet connection. Best to look up the critical numbers in advance and put them in your offline-accessible paper contact list.
And, of course, there was a separate issue of how the court even had jurisdiction over Google, seeing as it does not have any operations, staff or servers in British Columbia.
It's pretty clear that Google is doing business there, or there would be no issue to begin with. Yes, Virginia, advertising is doing business. But then, so is selling mobile phones, tablets, chromebooks, etc., and the one-and-zero stuff that makes them go. This is not dependent on the question of who the frontline salesbot works for.
... My laptop is starting to cook my bollocks, compiling LibreOffice.
Sure, it's called a "laptop" in the user manual, but that doesn't constitute a How-to now, does it?
"if I get a head transplant will I need two passports?"
No, but the head's passport might need new biometrics.
... If you know the speed and the density of the atmosphere you're going to deploy it in
Nontrivial. Requires the ability to forecast high altitude Martian weather years in advance. So far, we can barely manage a few days in advance for Earth weather. Then there's that minor detail of wanting some flexibility to adjust the atmospheric attack angle in case the arrival date isn't quite what was originally intended. No it isn't rocket science. It's way harder.
Damn amateurs... Any decent coder would have made sure there's no buffer overflow that would jam system... I'm little surprised they dint catch CSV file overflow in testing phase in lab..
Because no pro coder has ever overflowed a buffer. Hell, MS built a business model on shipping defective code.
"And you could move to a country that has 100% tax. North Korea comes to mind."
But Massachusetts has way better food.
Have you eaten in Massachusetts?
"Handshake" Demonstrates Space-to-Ground Remote Control
Skynet did it first