N. Korea could really tick Sony off by re-editing it and making it good.
Nobody has defined "computer science" in a clear way, at least not with any kind of consensus behind it.
They may not compile, but in a cool way. "Yes, Mr. Boss, section X failed to run without warning and lost us 4,000 customers, but it did so in an intellectually stimulating way."
Just start between recessions, not during.
Technically, those are company purchases, not mergers.
a strange co-dependent relationship
Yes, they manufacture products and we manufacture debt. A match made in.....well...
Somebody please provide ONE case of a merger making a bad company better.
And the Schrodinger's version?
Even Windows could manage the resources of North Korea better than...
Actually, nobody would know the difference:
I believe you would find that the majority of Republicans reject evolution and human-induced global warming. That's nothing to sneeze at.
I'm not stopping anybody from re-examining the various acts.
And your statement of the reason behind the DB act is only an opinion. Further, even if an act was created with questionable intentions, it may sometimes be kept or used for other purposes beyond the original. Thus, original intent alone is not a reason to keep or discard an act.
Robot treatment shouldn't be our baseline for human treatment. If it's pretty obvious that robots will get incrementally better, then it is as somebody else described it: competing directly with robots (and 3rd world labor) will become a "race to the bottom". That's competing with automation, not leveraging it to make our life better.