Yes, but did you remember to register your google voice with a cash-only prepaid cell number, and did you purchase it while in disguise and did you alter your voice if you spoke with the cashier? Have you made sure to re-purchase keep-alive minutes in other states well away from your own? I presume you've never turned the cell phone on and, if so, certainly not in your own house.
On the contrary - you have no contractual relationship with the third party. A sale is just a sale. Twitter has provided information registered on your account, and you've made no guarantees with the third party about your information.
B&Bs? So the roaches have turned into either WAPSs or Hipsters. Either way, I think we can wipe them out - just set out poisoned Starbucks coffee.
And pretty easily trackable if they're broadcasting with enough power to send HD signals 3 miles.
I mean, these liver designs will be protected by IP laws. So what will we hear when the pirates steal this work and you can print a new liver on your own home machine?
"Drink up, me hearties, yo ho!"
Those designs will be protected by IP laws. And what will they say when you can pirate the design for a new liver?
"Drink up, me hearties, yo ho!"
Yeah, that's about it.
The NRA told me so. The more guns we have the safer we will be.
Oh, and chocolate rations are being increased again.
Don't confuse us with facts. There must be something evil afoot, otherwise tin foil hat stocks wouldn't be so high.
They should be thanking China for buying our treasury bonds - all of the stimulus was paid for with borrowed money.
Though, to be honest, since those of us in the working class are paying into the Social Security fund, which currently has a 4 Trillion Dollar surplus - all in US treasury notes - I guess we may have kicked in a bit for it.
It won't serve my media entertainment needs until it can play my existing files off my hard drive. MS, like Apple, is very, very bad at supporting anything other than their in-house flavor of video encoding. I've got a lot of TV and movies on my server, and they all play fine with Plex and XBMC. Will they be cataloged and available out of the box with an Xbox One?
If so, count me in, but I'm not holding my breath.
I call you the mother of all Tea Party trolls, but most trolls post as ACs.
The problem with your posit is that there is a (nominally) fixed amount of wealth to be distributed - we are in a closed system. We can change the values of certain things and scale the numbers, but the net effect is that for more people to be rich, the richest must either get less-rich, or the poor become more-poor.
I have here in my hand a list of all the people I suspect of terrorism. It includes many of my business competitors and personal acquaintances I find annoying or otherwise repulsive. For example, you'll see on page 5 I've included Ms. Johnson from down the street who lets her dog shit in my yard and never cleans up after it. I've noticed her making furtive glances at my front window while the dog is dumping and I'm pretty sure she's making notes of when I'm not home so she can steal the propane tank from my Grillmaster and use it in her reign of terror.
Well, if a man would be sent to prison for 5 years for such an infraction, I presume that the penalty would be 5 x $70B = $350B. What's so difficult about that?
They make a tool which circumvents the intended use of the site and promotes (or, in this case, requires) the end user complying with the Youtube TOS.
It would be like Napster getting sued for making file sharing geared towards (copyrighted) music convenient and commonplace. Which they did. And lost. The reason so many add-on services get away with doing similar things is that they are small potatoes and not worth attacking - though you'll notice that many download-and-save add-ons are blocked from use in chrome, so Google is still policing their own house to a certain extent. In this case, it's MS itself - both a competitor and large target - making the circumvention software.
They'll both piss and moan in court over this, but in the end I think MS will be forced to change the software.