I read somewhere that the heavens and the Earth came first.
Does not seem legal.
It's legal if the law says it is. And when the lawmakers are in bed with Big Business, like they are in the US, anything goes.
The best money could buy.
Meh, I live in Canada, future home of 250,000 km of tropical coastline.
What's your retirement plan? I've invested all my RRSPs (like a 401k) into scuba gear and sunblock.
Snowden didn't reveal NSA secrets for his personal profit.
Thank you, I wasn't sure what they meant by the imminent threat.
We had the same ruling up here in Canada, although you do have to lock your phone with a password. It requires a specific type of warrant, not a general warrant.
No fucking kidding. I wouldn't trust the client when I did FUCKING HOBBY GAME PROGRAMMING in my spare weekend time.
And that was to check that someone's magic sword wasn't bothering other players.
Man this is a fluffy post
Surely you mean "this is a tactily underloaded post".
The two company will strive to deliver PR rah-rah in a geeky way - or geeky news laced with PR, whichever way you look at it - for the enjoyment of discerning geeky PR rah-rah lovers the world over.
I mean, with the recent dumbing down of fine-grained authorizations when installing apps, it's Google Play itself that feels like a security liability.
Visually appealing stuff is nice, but the best way to use a word processor or a spreadsheet is still the good old flat desktop with no bells and whistles.
That's why your whisky is crap.
I agree. A more sensible solution would be to mandate that the infringing website be changed to say "the GW1000 product relies on technology stolen from Equustek . To buy the original product, visit Equustek " Make them put up a link to the original product.
Order that the defendants pay for the hosting for 100 years or whatever.
Finally, bar the defendants from working together and/or working on similar technology.
I'm not sure what the judge's problem is though. What you carry out in your brain is yours to keep in Canada.
An EXTREME case would be when someone is bid-ridden.
What's that? Too much eBay?
Any article/interview from Bruce Perens can be summed up thusly:
"Bruce Perens, who loves Bruce Perens, thinks that Bruce Perens Bruce Perens Bruce Perens Bruce Perens, and also Bruce Perens. Of course, Bruce Perens also thinks Bruce Perens is so Bruce Perens that Bruce Perens Bruce Perens.
Signed: Bruce Perens"
To be fair, the guy is often interesting if you ignore his personality. But he's SO conceited and full of himself, I have a hard time divorcing the message and the messenger.