You've contradicted yourself. You say in the first breath "Yes it does" then you go on and place a limit. Exactly what I said.
Problem is that it doesn't necessarily cover all your fee's just those the court finds reasonable. Also it doesn't compensate you for all the lost time preparing your case with your lawyers and worrying about it.
It's great seeing the police "get it". What a great idea, I hope it takes off!
Will break my bones, but do we really need more legislation?
If! There were a lot of rUK voices not heard yesterday, hopefully they will be heard during the negotiations with Scotland et all, especially considering we will have a general election coming up soon!
Same in the UK and Europe. Want to do business here? Then abide by local laws, simples.
I know apple have tried hard to get the labels to sign up to a music streaming service. Perhaps they bought beats because it already had a contract in place with the major labels, thus removing all of the complicated negotiations?
Since the merger of Orange and T-Mobile, EE have been cost cutting by shutting down cell towers with overlaps. This sounds reasonable, but it's having a huge effect on signal strength and quality. Initially they denied there was a problem, now they can't hide the fact the service is suffering. So if you're a business with £8 million in your pocket, make sure you do your due diligence and check coverage in your area! Remember what you check now might not be there when you want to use it, as EE are still decommissioning towers!
I'd ask Weev his opinion on disclosure! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weev
I've tried many 'smart' watches, Pebble is the only one that gets it right. Simple notifications coupled with a decent battery life, down to a custom and simplified OS. i'mwatch and the cuckoo just didn't cut it.
You could deliver the content via iTunes. Sure it has DRM, but it's not very obtrusive, there's plenty of evidence showing people paying for content through the iTunes store. You'll have to give up 30% to apple however.
Seems a reasonable bet... http://www.pcpro.co.uk/reviews/software/379933/avira-free-antivirus-13
"Stable Platform" - The most important phrase in your post. Developers love this. I know, I'm a developer.