I've seen this movie.
Now that you've seen the special effects, you've seen ALL this movie has to offer.
It's quite a juxtaposition seeing such good visuals next to such bad story and acting.
I've seen this movie.
Does "religious intolerance" include anything promoting religion?
Because that is quite insulting to me as an atheïst.
Or does this protection only apply to people who believe in deities?
Do these people somehow deserve more protection?
And if so, why?
I find your lack of faith disturbing... so I will sue you for emotional distress.
At a large scale, the internet was designed to route around individual problems such as this.
Can't this same principle be applied on a smaller scale?
30+ words? Bad. Restart if over 10 words.
So what you are saying is that they could incur legal bills to other people by knowingly using an invalid argument? In what way would that be a good outcome unless you are a lawyer? Have you ever heard of the term "chilling effect"? "Hey there, domain owner, you can either sell us your domainname for $1 or we'll start a frivolous lawsuit using this ridiculous and knowingly invalid claim which will cost you atleast $2,000 to defend against".
I hope the court punishes Office Space Solutions for trying to abuse the legal system.
Merely tossing it will not prohibit them from trying again.
Some of us are, some of us aren't and some of us are both or even neither.
This site is not "News for me, nothing else matter".
Generation algorithms for software license keys is fine.
Simple generated keys stop casual sharing of licenses. Nothing stops dedicated hackers.
Why invest time and money in a very expensive license key system when all you're doing is providing the hackers with a more interresting challenge.
The problem here isn't generating keys, it's the relatively high chance of colission; it's badly generating keys.
Also, how well does your system stand up to NOP?
Can I move my license over to new hardware without having to rely on the software vendor's cooperation?
But it IS "stuff that's important".
If only I had sent in my concept of a condom that miraculously kills all those diseases and also HIV, cancer and the common cold, I would have won.
There is nothing useful or nerdy here.
Neither the product nor any of it's features are currently possible.
There is no invention, no science, no ingenuity here, just an idea.
Ideas are a dime a dozen, it's being able to implement those ideas that matters.
Does their warranty cover hacked laptop?