Will 'resolve' the situation themselves to prevent South Korea, USA and other countries to have to intervene when North Korea goes to far. They would be able to establish a government friendly to China and preserve their interests in the region. Also, they would be able to show their military power in a war every other nation will find just.
I don't see anything morally wrong with what Cisco did. From the report: "The Legislative Auditor believes that the Cisco sales representatives and engineers had a moral responsibility to propose a plan which reasonably complied with Cisco's own engineering standards," Cisco had a responsibility to sell the highest dollar amount of its product. West Virginia had the responsibility of doing due diligence before buying millions of dollars worth of equipment. If there was no bribing, then nothing morally or legally wrong happened. West Virginia official, on the other hand, wasted millions of dollars by not doing their job and should be fired.
Do you think that in the future you will be able to repair your flexible Amoled phone and personal computing device that has everything packaged in one chip? Things are getting smaller, faster and lighter. The fact that they cannot be repaired it's inevitable, live with it.
and yet, I just use it to commute to work. What a waste.
I don't think it's a fair apples to apples comparison. Making an ebook requires additional effort. There no automatic "ripping" for books, and they require specific formatting and typesetting. Similarly, a remastered version of a movie at a different resolution is technically the "same movie", but you wouldn't claim a right to the higher definition work because you probably realize that additional work went into the creation of that content.
On the other hand, if you could scan and convert your books automatically, you would probably have a right to keep that copy. This is my opinion as an armchair lawyer.
I am surprised nobody mentioned radio jamming yet. Military communications are usually highly resistant to jamming using sophisticated spread spectrum techniques and high powered radios. This thing could be probably halted with a microwave.
Especially incredibly wealthy super villains.
I completely agree with you. I tried to use OpenOffice and LibreOffice on Linux, Mac and Windows for presentations and it almost always disappoints me with little bugs and crashes here and there.
I think you can safely assume that most people on the Internet have, in fact, not met your ex-girlfriend. Unless you broke up because of some egregious case of cheating.
You made a very good point. I agree. But excluding the natural resources from the analysis of Norway's unique social welfare system is also over-simplifying the issue.
Your premise is incorrect. The reason why Norway is one of the richest countries in the world and Norwegians can still work 34h is because they have vast oil resources. http://seattletimes.com/html/businesstechnology/2016126666_norwayoil07.html
The problem is that we have to wait until April 1st of next year to implement the technology. What do we do in the meantime?
I read negative reviews as well as positive and try to weight in the fact that negative reviews are less likely to be fake. However, if most did like I do, PR companies would switch their tactic to post negative reviews about competing products. It's a very hard problem to solve.
On the Internet "in history" means "in the past five years".
EEGs are terrible when used as polygraph in a court of law. This is because they are not perfect and make mistakes fairly often, therefore cannot be used as evidence beyond reasonable doubt. However, if you want to get "some" information about a person, with only a degree of certainty, they are pretty damn good.