I own a green laser pointer refereed to as a star pointer since the beam is easier to follow into the night sky. I use it to point to stars and constellations to educate my daughter. When I see an aircraft, I turn it off. What if someone observes me and thinks I'm shining it at an aircraft and wrongfully reports me?
I am working on a degree in digital forensics and use my family's old phones for forensic acquisition practice.
/when overwhelming evidence is found that ISPs are throttling Netflix and other such services, those services could sue for anti-competitive business practices.
I assume if direct contact with lava/magma is expected, the pipes or tubes would be made of tungsten. Possibly with a carbon fiber lining.
It probably has been proposed, but I bet the EPA has prohibited it.
So they're not only price fixing their products, now they're price fixing their employees
Software patents need extreme reform. In their present form, It's like Tylenol patenting the concept of ingesting substance to relieve pain. The patent office would never permit that. Tylenol has to patent the specific formula of their pain reliever. This allows other companies to create a competing product that is a completely different formula but produces the same effect. Software patents should be the same. Company A's 4*5=20 should not infringe on company B's 10+10=20. Unfortunately, that is how software patents are being treated.
Though the ISP could throttle, demand a ridiculously expensive network usage fee to make the service unaffordable or even block services all together such as Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime, I doubt they would. Any of those services would likely sue the ISP for anti-competitive practices.
Public uproar or not. If there is only 1 ISP available in an area, then the people are stuck with it whether they hate it or not.
Are you saying that you need a remote access app to stream video from your home PC to a work PC?
The business model TQP and other patent trolls use may be a thing of the past if the Innovation Act 2013 passes http://jolt.law.harvard.edu/digest/patent/innovation-act-of-2013-latest-effort-to-disarm-patent-trolls
also lead to mass layoff and unemployment and be the direct cause of the next great depression.
Of course we all know this will be biased. Piracy funds terrorism, illegal drugs, crime and violence.
If I were US president, I'd declare a presidential pardon on all charges. I believe what he did is in the best interest of our country. Not our government, but our country.
Me as a digital pirate - http://i561.photobucket.com/albums/ss59/neghvar/12938_1278603487446_1300795023_8062.jpg?t=1256949602