Rephrase that as "everyone should have pretty much equal amounts of stuff" and it doesn't sound that greedy any more.
The U.S. should bear in mind that it will face serious consequences in case it rejects our proposal for joint investigation and presses for what it called countermeasure while finding fault with the DPRK.
If it rejects and begins countermeasures. Meaning if the US launches a military attack, they'll (try to) defend themselves. Nothing special or surprising there IMO.
IANAL, but if the copyright holder (assuming that would be Sony here) distributes something, why would it give anyone else legal rights to do so as well? Unless you meant something different (or maybe YAAL)?
They should have confessed because then they'd be off the hook.
I realize this was a joke, but how were viruses well supported by the authors in 1990s? The authors rarely provided contact info and their products only worked on computers running MS-DOS!
Maybe you could run those three phones in The Cloud, as virtual phones. Then you'd only have to carry one phone with you and connect it to The Cloud and switch between the virtual phones as necessary. Is there an app for this?
Since you didn't provide any sources, is this just your hypothesis or an actually observed pattern? If the latter, I wonder how the amount of non-heterosexual people can be determined? It's an interesting phenomenon if it's real, but do we know with any certainty if it is? Of course, one's sexual orientation doesn't matter unless I'm going to start a romantical relationship with them.
Taking away someone's driving license doesn't ruin their life. It's a big deal if they're professional drivers, sure, so hopefully they'll consider and reconsider before driving under the influence. Waiting until an accident (which can actually ruin lives) happens isn't a good idea.
I'm not sure what the limits are even in my own country, but it's very easy to stay under the limit; in fact, you don't need to do anything!
Based on written law in the US, what possible crime can be committed by speech?
IANFWUSL*, but how about something like revealing military or other state secrets?
(*I am not familiar with US law)
Remember that "places where they shouldn't be in the first place" includes sites that serve ads from 3rd party servers.
Nobody claimed that free software means someone will fulfill one's every wish. In the end, with free software you're allowed to create the fork; proprietary software, you're not (generally). That's it, no miracles involved.
No problem, just have him stop by any time and he can have it.
We had buttons that give feedback, but most people stopped buying such devices.
Free software is about ideology. About the availability of source code and the permission to examine, modify and redistribute it. It doesn't mean better security or indeed better by any quality metric, and that's not the point. Much like freedom of speech: it's important even if I never say or write anything and it doesn't make everyone Shakespeare either.
Posted from my Windows computer btw; I think there is value in software freedom, but I use what best meets my current needs and wants, and encourage others to do so too.
Because 200 euro and 500 euro notes are all that stands between total anonymity and letting the government track your every step...
Maybe I'm not paranoid enough; many posters seem to consider this a huge issue but I don't see it. If getting rid of 500 euro notes means loss of freedom, what does the lack of 1000 euro and higher notes mean? I realize cash would be effectively banned for many uses if all coins/notes above, say, 1 euro were taken from circulation, but I don't think the Finnish government could even succeed in doing that.