The PS4 can share to twitch.tv, which is the equivalent of uploading a video clip to the "Sky drive", except the upload is done in real time. Also, I suspect Youtube opened up their live streaming feature because of the release of the consoles (especially PS4); now that everyone can share their gameplay, they want to be a viable option.
Unless your boss hired you to delegate a task he can't or won't do.
but how many Libraries of Congress?
I'm more surprised by the fact that having sex is illegal? And the military police has jurisdiction over this crime? wtf
>11.02 Bitcoins worth $814
In a case believed to be the first of its kind, the reported "street value" of the Bitcoins seems pretty accurate.
>recisely defined scenario, where the Fifth Amendment makes a positive difference.
When you're innocent. In that case, you don't have to give your password to anyone, and you don't have to cooperate with the investigation, because you're innocent, and the burden of proof is not on you. It's an extension of the law principle of "presumption of innocence", one of the cornerstones of modern (western) law (there's probably a latin name for it, ask a lawyer). The "positive difference" it makes is that you don't have to have some idiot going through your mail, because you're innocent.
You only get the server time once, then use the local clock to "advance" it. It'll only be off by a few milliseconds (however long it takes for the request to make it back). If you wanna get fancy, use their IP address to determine the timezone, everybody from porn sites to DNS servers are doing it nowadays.
Actually they are kinda doing that, which is pretty puzzling. If you can't send a robot to "destroy that bridge", you have to send a human, who could get killed. And if you start sending robots, then the other side will send their own robots, so the robots will kill each other. I don't know how the game theory works out in that case, but it seems like it's preferable to humans killing each other. I'm fine with advanced AIs having their own rights eventually, but what's up protecting these robots from combat now, which are just mindless hardware?