What about the police force-grabbing all surveillance recordings that happen to have a public space visible? This is no different than the police demanding location information from the phone companies.
Really, who would be surprised by a blue screen from a Windows 95 box?
The giveaway was probably when the blue screen was replaced with CIA's logo and the text "All your base are belong to us."
Ah yes, the precursor to "I'm all about that bass." Damn you - now I can't get that techno out of my head!
I gotta admit, that caught my eye, too.
But if they can prove it, that goes against claims by many in the state and oil industry. The oil industry would likely try to hound/silence/sue the insurance company.
Not necessarily. Industries and governments are famous for two-faced policies.
If the insurance company says that they were manmade, the government can say, "No, they weren't, but this is a civil matter and we can't interfere." And nothing will happen. Worst case, it will be tied up in courts for the next 20 years. By then, those people currently in charge will have made a ton of money and be retired somewhere outside the US.
It's kind of like the music industry claiming that a 30-second ringtone is enough the song that consumers must pay royalties while, at the same time, claiming that they weren't so they didn't have to pay the artists royalties.
And then there's a giant class-action lawsuit where the insurance and oil companies are held jointly & severally liable. Or there's a lawsuit which crosses state lines & works its way through the federal system up to the supreme court.
We outsourced our jobs and our pollution.
Until the pollution floats back over the Pacific. Wheels keep on spinning round....
Except treat the law isn't put into place for preventing the Baker from having to make gay-themed cupcakes, but allows the Baker to refuse to sell existing, plain ole vanilla cupcakes to a sexual deviant. The question boils down to "What is a protected class?" Given that Indiana (and all states other than Louisiana) follow common law rules, prior cases involving protected classes are relevant. Common law had already established that race and religious beliefs are protected classes. Why sexual orientation has to be a question is something best explained by bigotry and is the whole point of why protected classes are legally exist.
What if Elon gave the AF the bird and started selling the Falcon 9 to the ESA and India? Would the AF back down then?
I completely agree...but isn't this what you are also doing too?
I don't think there's a need to feel remorse for ridding society of someone about whom otherwise never give another thought, but who comes to our attention for being a satisfied murderer of innocent people. Supporting the removal of that person from existence isn't the same as wanting to kill anyone.
Similar arguments have been used throughout history. Examples include the early years of the USSR, Andrew Jackson's reign of the US, and Hitler's reign of Germany. Sadly, history has a tendency to repeat itself.
Most decent companies, HR is just a first hurtle.
In any sensible company doing recruitment,...
My solution is sharks, with freaking lasers!
Headline says one (Antarctic) while the summary says the other (Arctic). It's like swapping the Tropic of Cancer with the Tropic of Capricorn....
And then over time the astronomical meaning of how we keep time goes astray.
By that logic, the astronomical meaning of how we keep time went astray when we implemented time zones.
Come on Sony, do you have the courage to distribute via your own entertainment network, or are you going to leave your PS customers out in the cold?
Consumers are cheap - this is evidenced by the number of consumers who never install a new version of Windows on their computers. How will Microsoft get people to subscribe when they buy a new computer?
Buy this new laptop for only $499!*
*Plus recurring $10/moy payments for the remainder of the computer's life
Yeah, that will sell like hotcakes....
Technically, it's not "on Earth", it's "in Earth".
I prefer "of Earth"
What's wrong with Wayland
Where to begin? Let's see....
... that Mir fixes?
I see what you did there!