All they are doing is providing an app that connects two parties, one of whom needs a ride and the other who doesn't mind giving a ride.
Selling a ride, not giving a ride.
While similar bullying...
Enforcing laws is bullying?
First of all, WiFi operates on UNREGULATED spectrum
No it doesn't. It's unlicensed spectrum, but it's quite tightly regulated in the U.S. by the FCC under CFR 15.247.
Both Stanford and Google say the change in funding was unrelated to the previous research.
Well that certainly puts the issue to bed.
On the other hand, it's so thin that you can now slice tomatoes with it!
And if you order today, we'll DOUBLE the number of iPhone 6's we'll send you.*
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Yelp has, for the past year or so, garnered a reputation for extorting businesses into paying for advertising on their site.
Yelp's reputation has been garnered over a longer period than the past year or so. E.g., http://www.eastbayexpress.com/...
They most certainly do have your consent - you installed the software, and turned on the "automatically download iTunes purchases to this device" option.
They have the user's consent to download iTunes purchases, but they don't have the user's consent to make purchases on the user's behalf. Those users who set up automatic download couldn't possibly have guessed that Apple would be unilaterally adding purchased items to their accounts.
Has anyone tried asking the liars whether they're lying? I'm sure they'd be honest about it this time.
But the liar paradox will cause Norman to short circuit.
Levitas believes that the glass for the smaller 1.5-inch and 1.7-inch watch screens was less likely to break in drop tests.
Watches are less likely to be dropped than phones, making scratch resistance a higher priority.
And all movies MUST be subtitled in French.
Subtitled? French first! All movies must be in French, and may, if you ask nicely (and in French), be subtitled in other languages.