We need some unpaid interns to fetch coffee for us.
Yeah. Like a RCMP officer was just convicted of molesting a bunch of children prior to joining the RCMP, and you have to take a lie detector test to join and then take one periodically. And they ask open-ended questions like "Have you committed serious crimes in the past?".
That whole lie detector thing really just catches the bad liars.
"India's competition regime does not have provisions for settlement process"
"India's competition regime does not have provisions for settlement process written into the law"
There does seem to be a private method for making agreements between companies and gov't officials that is the accepted practice in India.
doh. c3po. r2d2 was the one constantly being disassembled in various ways.
No, he had those little rockets on each leg to do it if he couldn't get somebody else to do it. He just prefers to get somebody else to do it to save power. You never know when you get your next charge...
for me, it's that I fired it up, and a whole bunch of relatively important functionality is hidden. There is no real visual indication that "if you have the mouse in this corner, a bunch of options you probably want to use, will appear".
It's like they saw Apple's Dock, and that it could be hidden, and said, let's use that UI, only it will default to be hidden, and we won't tell the user about it. It's like a game of "Where's Waldo", only with basic Windows functions.
I'm not sure what this post is about?
Did somebody release a CPU with some new instructions for me to use in Assember?
ugh. universal constants dependent on beta. what could go wrong?
'Next Day' legislation is pretty much always terrible. From the sounds of it, the law outlaws photographing a persons sexual private parts.
Except...this guy "got off" [I know, ugh] on a technicality in that the pictures he took were not nude pictures, in that the women were wearing panties, etc.
So, if this law makes photographing a woman's crotch while she is wearing panties a crime [without her permission], then taking pictures at the beach also violates the law. And then taking a top half shot of a woman, fully clothed, also is a crime, because it includes her breasts [does the law specify only 1 layer of clothing? no].
This law will be totally abused, until it will be ruled unconstitutional.
This will totally rock Daredevil's world.
Obviously, the two things are linked.
Clearly, she caught him when he was trying to get away, the proof being that he was so evasive in answering her questions.
this is not about the child's freedom, but the parent's.
but what do they mean by "permanently disabled"? Did they write the code, then encrypt it and delete the encryption key?
Because if the code is present and readable, somebody could come along and comment it out or whatever and it's no longer "permanent".
Anybody could view and find the bug, as the source for it has been pushed out for years.
Now, getting the code changed is a different matter...