For example the non-profit can own his house, car, boat, etc and provide for his use free of charge. This protects his assets while still giving him control of them, on top of this it is deducted from the non-profit as an operating expense. Remember, a non-profit can spend 90% of it's income on operating expenses and 10% or less on the charitable actions.
It does not follow from the fact that non-profits can be abused in this way that Gates is abusing his.
No, if you look at the Supreme Court Case [Redacted] vs. [Redacted], you'll find that Justice [Redacted] made the very clear argument that sometimes [Redacted] is necessary because [Redacted]. Honestly, how can you contest that precedent?
SHUT UP. Please apply fight club rule 1.
I thought we weren't supposed to talk about that.
The Obama administration has asked a federal judge to order the defendant, Ramona Fricosu, to decrypt an encrypted laptop that police found in her bedroom during a raid of her home.
Because Fricosu has opposed the proposal, this could turn into a precedent-setting case. No U.S. appeals court appears to have ruled on whether such an order would be legal or not under the U.S. Constitution's Fifth Amendment, which broadly protects Americans' right to remain silent.
CNET News: http://news.cnet.com/8301-31921_3-20078312-281/doj-we-can-force-you-to-decrypt-that-laptop/?tag=topStories2
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My G5 Mac won't run the latest versions of Safari or iTunes or iWork. And it's not that old... 3 years?
Weren't all the G5 products discontinued by early 2006? That's more like five years and change, which is a little more reasonable.
It's SGU that deserves its fate. Show was garbage and I gave up before the first season was over.
so did the producers
There are two schools of thought
one of which is correct