Hopefully they'll read the comments
Only the Campaign for a Free Internet, under the eternally wise guidance of ouir grand marchall-for-life, and my girlfriend, LAURA, has the program to bring freedom from hypnotic hyperspace capitalist toad rays.
Under the present capitalist system it will only be used to increase the exploitation of the workers.
LTO6 is $40/6TB compressed.
4TB hdd is $130.
2TB hdd is $80.
The numbers match what you would like to see.
I don't follow your post.
Given the post you replied to, you must mean:
LTO6 is â40/6TB compressed.
4TB hdd is â130.
2TB hdd is â80.
I don't think they are permanent - or at least there seems to be a process to have yourself reinstated. I've played against people online which had a red "Ban(s) on record" label on their account, and that was on VAC-secured servers.
I have to note, though, that every time I encountered such a label, the person who had it was blatantly using hacks as well (this was mostly in L4D, and things like extreme speed hacks, which are really obvious).
Well, we have backups in Canada, Australia and England so we do not qualify with regards to the requirements because we do not have backups in any state.
"If multiple vendors invest in a technology, it has a good chance of winning over the long haul," writes Newman, a long-time proponent of tape technology. "If multiple vendors have a technology they're not investing in, it will eventually lose over time. Of course, over time market requirements can change. It is these interactions that I fear that are playing out in the tape market."
If one man murders another in the street, is it terrorism?
If it is intentionally done to draw attention to some political issue and/or carries an explicit political message, then sure.
What distinguishes terrorism is one's ultimate goal, not the means or the scale of the crime.
Mark Lynas self-identifies as environmentalist, and is strongly in favor of nuclear power from that perspective.