Why arrest someone who's innocent?
"To protect and serve"
The assumption is that this means you.
Bullshit. Yet again we have the bullshit reasoning of people who feel entitled to other people's stuff without paying for it.
Agreed - self awareness is good - you should consider changing your name to something that isn't someone else's intellectual property.
Somewhat hypocritical given that your *name* is someone else's intellectual property.
Because the powers-that-be find it inconvenient to scan every physical item of mail?
I forgot to add, add massive corruption to determine where contests are held and which communities benefit from the flood-plain effect.
The main obstacle, says Pardo, is getting people to accept video games as a legitimate sport.
Not insurmountable - hand out performance-enhancing drugs, bots and hitbox hacks and you've made a good start.
A taxi without rounded edges?
Yep but why start rejecting based on obviousness *now* ? I can't recall details (exercise for the reader) but over the years there have been countless obvious patents which weren't rejected - rounded corners? hello?
Ten applications were initially rejected by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for “obviousness”
It seems pretty suspiciuos that the USPO only now has started to do their jobs - just when UBER's patent-applications crossed their desks.
Yep, you could use it to generate pron scenarios involving lifelike fake-boobs, -lips, -butts, -affection.
Really? Reverse-astroturfing FTW.
all of 'Merica's enemies...
i.e. "the rest of the world."