Most countries have reformed trust laws and such a tactic would not legally hide any of the money, I would be shocked if they haven't also addressed these laws in NZ as this tactic has been addressed in many other countries.
considering the money he spent on extravagance, political campaigning and other crap I would hardly say he was bankrupted by the system. System may not have helped but his own spending is more of an issue here.
What did he say that is even the slightest bit racist? It is actually what the WHO and many other organisations are saying. The burial customs involve in many cases, touching, kissing and washing the body, these are massive problems and have been one of the primary vectors of infection. Their culture is killing them, for the time being they need education that they must restrain from those customs, which if I understand correctly is actually happening.
Biometric certainly ISN'T a time saver. They tend to be slow to process and take more time than most authentication options. Surely you have proximity cards or smart cards, they are a far easier, faster option if all you are after is a fast easy authentication method.
I actually wonder if Yahoo were aware of this intended change. If not then I would expect them to back out of the deal or someone at Yahoo needs a major biatch slapping for such an idiotic sponsorship decision.
that argument only works if Nvidia were the victim here.
Once one has fired a Salvo the other is really obliged to do the same otherwise everyone else will see them as an easy mark. Blame the twat that decided to fire the first salvo and the idiotic patent laws. Samsung appear to be proceeding down the only avenue that the current ridiculous laws allow.
It is complete and utter fraud, no ifs or buts. The intention of the fake listing is purely to defraud Walmart. This is not a shades of grey situation, it is straight out criminal behavior that should see them if caught be prosecuteded
What possible right of due process do they have here? you have a group of students trying to dictate what others can or cannot do with their money. The students have crossed the line and I personally hope they get some heavy damages and costs awarded against them for this.
each to their own, I prefer a pair of them to a single D.
So simple, so why the fuck did the article have to call it something so complex.
considering any you are buying locally will be made in china or korea anyway then if you are scared of those cards you should be scared of just about every piece of electronic kit in the modern world. Your only safe bet is to go live in the woods with an abundant amount of tin foil.
Actually I think you are wrong, it is simply the bad games that get all the attention, most big games both good and bad have review embargoes. The intent is not to block coverage, rather it is to permit more thorough indepth reviews rather than a rushed hack job at the last minute.
you have time to do a thorough unrushed review with a properly edited write up. Otherwise if they get access the same time as everyone else it becomes a race pump out the fast review to grab the eyes to your site. In theory the embargoes are meant to help everyone, some companies abuse their purpose to prevent negative press before release which is not what they were meant for.
most Slashdot users have a rather impressive set of breasts themselves so it is kinda relevant.