Virginia does not consider the time saved by slugging to be a "profit", so it's allowed.
A girl's gotta have standards.
I'm not sure that works in the EU.
Remove the offending data, and then re-index the offending web site
If I only have access to a single cable company, does it really matter if that company is Comcast, Time-Warner, Charter, or SpinCo?
Did I just read two stories today, telling me both the problem with DVDs and the problem with streaming services?
I couldn't believe, when I left New York to go to college, how many people stored things in their back pockets. I used to tell them all the same little rhyme --
(tap front left pocket) wallet pocket
(tap front right pocket) key pocket
(tap back left pocket) pick pocket
Didn't I read the opposite just yesterday?
Link to Original Source
Old guy with nothing better do harasses TSA agents over loophole, wasting the time of innocent people trying to catch their planes.
There was an article, or a cartoon, or something that I read once.
1970: You want to give every American a little tracking device so that we know where they are at all times, and can follow them as they move around? You're out of your mind if you think that will happen.
2010: I need another iPhone!
the financial institutions are required by various banking regulations
Paypal will tell you, repeatedly, that they are not a "financial institution" and are not bound by "banking regulations". Just ask them.
I just wanted to reiterate this statement
The cost to the patent troll for filing a lawsuit is around $500, but Bannert was forced to spend over $10,000 on a legal defense
It cost my stalker nothing to convince the local government to issue me an unconstitutional citation for holding a St. Patrick's Day party without a permit, and it cost me over $6,000 to get the citation dismissed.
As somebody who is being stalked myself, I believe that the correct way to fight privacy invasion is to keep doing what you're doing, and show the invaders that they cannot intimidate you.
But I realize that this is a decision each person must make for him/herself, and I am sorry but not necessarily surprised that this is the decision PJ made.
Unfortunately, you have no way of controlling, or even knowing, how the receiving company will handle your private information. The best you can do is protect the actual transmission of the information, which SSL should do for you.