Just like sovereign governments are using THEIR claws to rip apart bitcoin?
This isn't a dupe, it's an escalation of the same story that happened after the original was already posted.
Rather like how they broke news of TEPCO's reactors as a separate story from the tsunami.
Right, the same law that gets exchanges shut down and their assets seized for money laundering.
I'm surprised mostly becuase it didn't get seized by the TSA before he got there.
If the government destroyed it preemptively they'd be guilty of spoliation.
This way instead they get immunity to discovery and subpoenas.
Who gets to decide if the new government in Kiev is legitimate or not?
They took her glasses hostage to take her purse. It's a trick as old as time, getting something by threatening something else that's more valuable.
Casinos can eject whoever they darn please and they don't need a reason for it.
And they don't have to be fair about it.
The person who snatched them off her face and ran is guilty of robbery and should be prosecuted for it.
This lady may have stirred up trouble but she is still a victim and no amount of provocation gives her attackers any excuse.
Is that they're fining a non profit organization supported by donations.
If this was a business I would see more sense, but somehow fining charities doesn't sit well with me.
It's only a submarine patent because the PTO stalled.
In the January lawsuit, Hyatt alleges he was told by a PTO unit director that the agency's unofficial policy in dealing with him is to give him the runaround to avoid making a decision he could appeal. He said that may be why the patent office hasn't granted him a patent since 1997.
TFA says different.
Which is interesting in light of the 11th amendment
Apparently, they want to stall, becuase if they deny the patent it could be appealed in court.
So, they just sit on it.
So basically they're keeping it in limbo on purpose.