That's because the congress is bypassed.
Do you think that the U.S. is the only country in the world that have laws against this sort of thing? The U.K. have their own laws about these sort of things, and the real question right now is; why shouldn't they be used on a U.K. citizen? U.S. flag waving aside, countries don't usually extradite their citizens easily. Specially not when the sentencing scale is WAY of balance.
To close that gap the Germans will now also fine people for having an open wi-fi.
We Are Pentium. Division Is Futile. You Will Be Approximated.
The version I heard was that a subcontractor didn't know that NASA uses metric, so the parachute deployed at x feet instead of x meters.
I found the information that some Muslims are fine with pictures of Mohamed quite substantial. Do we ever listen to the pope? I don't think that we need to since, he rarely issues death threats.
I've never seen as much nerd rage as I saw in the few matches that I played this game. Seemingly this game is what happens when trolls actually participate in the community.
It's for U.K. TV license payers, you know.
I think we all get that things cost money. We all just assume that someone else will be watching all these ads.
That something they catch said guy with, that would be the evidence.
Atheism is a religion like not collecting stamps is a hobby.
Can you run AIX on non-IBM machines?
It's perfectly possible for a country to follow it's own laws and still breaking other countries laws. At least according to those other countries. A good example for this would be China that for the longest time didn't acknowledged Copyright at all.
Microsoft already knows what they need to patch, seeing as they know what source code they leaked.
You might want to know that the French don't consider these "jokes" funny. The fact that Americans don't seem to understand that, is astonishing.