Most (but not all) cameras can't see infrared either.
It is most likely to happen if you change ISP, or your ISP is taken over by another company that already serves your area. For example, my ISP Telefonica O2 has been taken over by Rupert Murdoch's Sky. At some point in the next couple of months, I will be moved over from the O2 network to the Sky network, and get a different static IPV4 address.
Yes you can, but you still need the actual chip in the machine for it to work. What they do is get the card details and the pin, then create a mag strip card with those details and use it in an American ATM to draw cash.
If you accept card payments via Paypal for example, the fees are 3.4% for cardholder not present transactions and 2.75% for chip & pin transactions.
Risk is higher for a debit card because if it is compromised, direct debit payments for bills will bounce while you get it sorted out.
Or at an ATM. It is the only time I have ever used my credit card at an ATM.
Only if they are aware there is a problem. Mostly they will look, see it is lighting stuff which is legal to import, and make sure the importer has paid the appropriate import tax on it.
A lot of Indian electricity is used for air conditioning, so in that respect, output from a pv solar panel will very closely match demand.
And corruption in China is absolutely nothing compared to the level of corruption in India.
You can find out how much the campaign contributions are, but finding out how much they cost you is much more difficult. A $1m campaign contribution would normally bring more than $1m of benefits. How much more is the unknown number.
The smart companies will move further south because Detroit is one of the few places in the US where you go south to get to Canada.
And while not every hospital does cancer treatment, a lot of them do, certainly all the bigger ones unless they specialise in something else.
This law says the apps have to be deletable, not that you are not allowed to put them on in the first place. No harm in putting the Apple maps app on there for example, if you can delete it and replace it with the Google Maps one or whichever other one you prefer.
I think it is fair. My claim was that fuel costs about the same per mile/km in Europe as it does in the US, even though per gallon/litre, it costs a lot more.
The majority of cars in Europe are diesel, France for example is 90% diesel, and people who drive more miles tend to choose diesel cars as the additional cost of buying the car is offset by the fuel savings; therefore a very large majority of fuel sales in Europe are for diesel. The choice of diesel is one of the reasons why miles per gallon is much higher in Europe than in the US.
I have copies of my insurance certificates on Dropbox, Google Drive and Sky Drive. They are pretty important, but the NSA will already have a copy of the email the insurer sent to me enclosing them as pdf attachments, and while there is some risk that someone else could use them for a spear phishing attack on me, I figure it is less risk than the risk to me of losing them, and there is a good chance that the circumstances that could cause me to lose them might also be circumstances that cause me to have to make a claim on my insurance.