well this case has nothing to do with warrants, so the analogy is not valid. The legal action is a subpoena, which is a totally different thing. The subpoena directs microsoft representatives to produce documents under their control. No law-enforcement action or searching is involved.
No one uses R for it's amazing language*. The language sucks. R is used because it has nearly limitless, tested, and approved statistical algorithms. Want partial least squares, support vector machines, linear models, principle components analysis, Fisher's exact test?, they are all there waiting to process your data. Along with hundreds of other analyses that you might really need to use but don't even know about yet.
"Python" doesn't have this stuff because it is a language, not a set of statistical methods.
*there may be a few deviants who use it for self flagellation
exactly why the health care players want this plan.
I also had catastrophic insurance only, it is way way way cheaper, and if you are healthy it is the practical way to go.
No, it doesn't apply only to goods made in the US. In the quoted Costco case the Omega watches are made in Switzerland. The issue was the re-importation to the US and the SCOTUS made totally the wrong decision there.
Schools can't really expel a lot of students because the state funding formulas are by student-days - the number of students attending the school. If they expelled a significant number of schools their funding would be cut noticeably. Poor things.
That is true. for laptops or computers you are hibernating one should just use the same encryption key for swap as for the other volumes on the disks.
This is true of vi and many other programs. The exact same issue occurs with the swap partition.
Anyone can solve this problem, just mount
ofmg profit = evil. Why is exchanging your goods for money suddenly more evil than keeping it at your house? Who really cares about a camera that was used 40 years ago then kept in some guys closet.
It should lose its classification when it is public knowledge. There is no point in classifying material published in the new york times, or otherwise available to anyone on the planet.
Nearly every non disclosure agreement I've ever seen releases responsibility to keep things secret if the covered information becomes public knowledge through disclosure by others.
Keeping public information "classified" is a 1984-ish way to make everyone a criminal for discussing or "disclosing" state secrets. Now we can all be criminals and be prosecuted arbitrarily at any time.
I've been there. These methods work, and are practical for a reasonably large number of drives:
1) put them in a fire in your fireplace. Most of the thin aluminum will melt leaving just some metallic debris. 100% destroyed. I've done this, it is simple and very effective.
2) drill some holes in them with a drill press, so that holes pass through the platters. Theoretically some data could be recovered although it is very unlikely.
Stanford is in California.
exactly my point - if you *spend* money (thus helping the economy) you get a deduction (or it reduces profit, or taxable income). If you stuff it in your mattress/coffers you don't.
So if taxes are lower you have more money to spend on buying stuff - which helps other businesses and employment in general.
wrong. you can't escape any taxes through investment or stuffing money into matresses. Once you get the money you pay corporate tax on it. You do that before you "lock it away".
shareholders expect a year-on-year return, so businesses need to spend money to grow to make them happy. the spending can be in many area - e.g. building new stores, acquiring other companies etc. Companies that don't spend are generally forced by shareholders to disburse any excess cash holdings to the investors, as dividends since most companies are't in business to hoard cash - they are in business to make money for investors (or owners).
Reagan et al thought that this means that they should lower taxes to make more money in taxes
the concept is that lower taxes encourage business growth, which results in net increase in tax income, from increased profits, and increasing payroll taxes. There is some evidence for this effect.
The key concept is that the economy isn't a "zero sum" game - the economy grows through businesses creating value. For example the microcomputer industry resulted in a huge economic net gain.
no, you must use "one of" the methods in section 6, which include 6c- an offer to give it on request.