Probably never, since they have diplomatic immunity. At best they could PNG them.
Ah, Winnersh. If it's always summer in California, it is always February on Winnersh Triangle station
That was his point- at least, in the talk at IP Expo; it hasn't made it so well to the article. The goal is to make effective malware harder and more expensive to write
Yes, you're wrong. The Arabs are supposed to be descended from Ishmael. It was the Edomites who were descended from Esau.
Murdoch doesn't own the Daily Mail. Yet.
this is not the first protest of its kind they have executed. On previous occasions, when emergency services needed access, they cleared the road in seconds. Those cabs are much more manoeuvrable than they look.
Ground coffee goes stale in minutes. Good hand coffee grinders are available quite cheaply.
As for the mess, try an Aeropress. Very quick and easy to clean up.
More likely the (Spanish) EU commission president would look very unfavourably on Scottish membership, considering the boost that would give to the independence ambitions of Catalunya and the Basque country. And would it stop there? What about Sicily, Lombardy, Bavaria...? That's the thinking behind the reluctance to see the UK divided within the EU.
A British university has become the first educational establishment in the world to allow its students to pay fees using Bitcoin.
However, Cumbria University admitted it has no way of checking whether pupils had earned their virtual crypto currency by stealing, through botnets, by legitimate mining and trading, or via drug sales on Silk Road.
It will allow students to stump up their fees using an online payment system provided by a US firm called Bitpay.
From summer this year, anyone studying for a Certificate of Achievement in Sustainable Exchange or the Postgraduate Certificate in Sustainable Leadership, can pay their fees in Bitcoin, rather than with Sterling.
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But they showed up in the wrong place, and clearly didn't know where to go
The roundabout of roundabouts is the M25. Also doubles as a car park.
You'd be surprised; a 10-foot wide sewer passes right through the Olympic park in London. I remember thinking that a small (non-lethal) bomb in the right place during last year's Games would raise a hell of a stink
My Chambers from 1983 lists 'catched' as obsolete or dialect; also 'catchen', which to my ear sounds better.
I think you will find there is a certain amount of irony in the name.
You know irony - like goldy and bronzy, but made of iron.
Hear, hear. And it's not just Starbucks; in the UK the two other major chains, Costa and Nero, are little different.