Super injunctions are no longer made in English courts and none have been made for over six months.
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"to build a free operating system that they then give away (and I mean BSD, not Linux, which relies on copyright)"
And despite this most people use an operating system with a charged for commercial licence and most installations of free operating systems is the one that relies on copyright.
I think you troll....
Dunno, neither Java or Mono are the name of infectious disease in my part of the world, where are you from?
You don't know much about software development do you...
Hmm, I'm not so sure Identity theft has risen sharply. However I am am certain that some companies have been selling "identity theft insurance" and generating all manner of stories in the press.
I had to go to the (NHS) dentist here in the Uk a few weeks ago, to have a crown re-fitted. I got an appointment in under a week and it cost me £15. Free would have been nice, but I'm not complaining havinvg paid private in other countries in the past.
Do you have any sources that backup your national and cultural stereotypes and your sweeping generalisations?
The only benefit I have drawn from IBM Lotus Syphony was as a demonstration to my HCI students of very poor interface design. It has "features" that were sufficiently inelegant that if a student had included them in a project I would fail them.
He is also very polite when hero worshippers (me) come up to him in public (The Green Man Music Festival), just to say hello.