Nobody drinks from a lake river or stream anymore.
All of the water in Seattle comes from 2 mountain rivers.
- Amazon Services LLC
- Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
- Amazon Web Services, Inc.
- Amazon EU SÃrl
- Amazon Europe Holding Technologies SCS
- Amazon Fulfillment Services, Inc.
- Amazon Services International, Inc.
- Amazon Corporate LLC
- Amazon Technologies, Inc.
which all use the term "Amazon" without the ".com".
Mr. Olusevi shouldn't limit himself to just $30,000 research telescopes. He should also be trying to get $300 telescopes in backyards all over Africa.
 Plummer, Alan. Atlas' Apprentices: Amateur Contributions in Astronomy and Astrophysics
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The base64 data in the middle is a structure that contains a bunch of numbers. The numbers present in a private key are different (a supserset) of a public key, so even if it's in a format that doesn't have the BEGIN..., by parsing the structure, you can see what's in it. (Try pasting the key block above into the stdin of openssl rsa -noout -text.)
How many launches has Boeing performed? Most of them.
That being said, it's of course incredibly unlikely that we'd see such an convergence of event during the short time between the certificiation of Dragon and that of Falcoln that would cause NASA to pay for such a flight. Since I doubt you could even fit much cargo on the passenger version on the empty ride up, it'd be incredibly expensive to do except in the case of extreme emergency.
There's not much legal precentdent either way as to whether or not slight radioactivity consitutes probable cause, but it's a very worrying slippery slope if it does. Cop wants to harras you? All he has to do is put a few drops of some nuclear medicine on your bumper (or worse, on your person) and you'll be stopped and searched thoroughly, just because he thinks you're guilty. Hell, he can just claim you registered, search your car illegally and haul you in for whatever he finds.
TL;DR: It's a slippery slope for due process.
If I send an email, did I share it with my ISP so it is not private?
Yes. See the Stored Communication Act (18 USC Â2701 - 2711), and United States v Lifshitz, (369 F3d 173 [2d Cir 2004]).
What about my stock portfolio stored on vanguard.com?
There's about 150 years of case law that declare that bank records can be subpoenaed with the defendant having no standing to move to quash. It's actually one of the main precedents the judge used in this case to squash the defendant's motion.
The widely believed (though mistaken) notion that any disclosure of a user's information would first be requested from the user and require approval by the user is understandable, but wrong. While the Fourth Amendment provides protection for our physical homes, we do not have a physical "home" on the Internet. What an Internet user simply has is a network account consisting of a block of computer storage that is owned by a network service provider.
If that becomes a set precedent, it will have an incredibly chilling effect on online privacy.
Yes, GE and Amazon have been job creators, but that was then. Once companies have enough employees to get their job done, hiring essentially stops. Workforce numbers among established companies is, to a large extent, static.
I can't speak to GE but I work for Amazon and we're hiring like crazy. We have something like 2000 open engineering positions in the US alone, and we pretty much open a new position for every one we fill.
I won't speak to the tax issue, but saying Amazon is no longer a jobs creator is just entirely untrue.