and a lot less noisy, also a big plus. Racing circuits are notorious noise polluters.
I expect Japan will hire dutch firms. Japan and the Netherlands have a long history together (including a 200+ year monopoly on trade)
it may be their servers, but it's still censorship.
A bit like Uber then... Why is it bad if a human is after money, but not when a company is after money?
does he think censorship is wrong? no. Facebook already censors. There is no difference between censoring breast pics and pics of some muhammed.
and if you stay in bed all day and do nothing... you're still a princess. It's not about what you do, it's about who your parents are or who you got married to.
To most europeans that sounds utterly stupid. 1 thing is for sure: having less guns leads to less deaths. That's a good thing. Happy I don't live in Texas.
you can own it... but can you carry it openly on the street? My guess would be no. I do know a little about dutch law... and owning a fully functional and battle ready sword is allowed. You don't need a permit or licence for it. But you can't just wear it openly on the street.
I'm not responsible for the site's funding. I AM responsible for the bandwidth I pay for. I'm also responsible for how the site is rendered on my screen. I did not ask for ads, either implicitly or explicitly, and was never asked if I wanted to see ads. Advertising is also an attack vector, so blocking ads is also about my safety.
the site is paid for by putting ads among the content. Luckily, I have taken measures to prevent those ads stealing bandwidth. I have never consented to being shown ads, its purely between the site and the advertiser. The viewer is not part of the deal, so don't bother the viewer with ads, unless he asked for it.
the intention was to show advertising to people. Steal their bandwidth and hide real content without getting approval. The intentions of advertising on the web were never good, they were evil. And all that because some companies want to line their pockets.
Funny? probably some dutchmen at work here. NSB was the dutch nazi party just before and during WW2. In dutch 'NSBer' still means traitor or snitch.
There is already a precedent. German soldiers were tried and sentenced for carrying out orders in the concentration camps.
just stop pointing your camera at me. I don't care if it's showing a red light or not. She was being obnoxious, and wouldn't stop when asked.