No matter how far you can go on a road, if you can't get on the road in the first place it doesn't matter.
If a path is locked, you still need a key to get in.
NK has sovereign immunity to US copyright law on its own soil.
automatically reject email failing its SPF or DKIM checks. If it's forged, by definition it's spam.
Lying on your resume tends to get you disqualified with prejudice, and will even get you fired if you're caught after you get the job.
It's not an all bets are off situation, it's a bet that you're guaranteed to lose.
Which is another lesson you have to learn. Doing what you're told and complying with official documents is often just as, if not more, important than actually knowing how to do your job.
Compliance with authority, like it or not, is a valuable job skill.
Which just goes to show you, you should treat your future boss as if you were already working for them, which means doing what they want.
The best credentials are whatever your potential future boss damn well SAYS they are.
I wouldn't be surprised if Groklaw would have been specifically targeted later had it not gone under.
That woudln't be putting it into the public domain. Only the actual destruction of the copyright can do that.
This is merely a binding covenant not to sue.
Promissory estoppel will quickly come into play if you try to backtrack. But you still own the coyright.
The idea is that the kernel api is not meant for public usage, but only for other kernel code. Furthermore, they claim that anything that close to the kernel is interoperating so tightly with it that it's effectively a derived work.
The java api, otoh, was designed for public use.
If that's true when what will SCOTUS think about someone defying its earlier ruling?
And why wasn't that decision cited by Google?
Sorry, but stare decisis!
If you fuck up, you eat it, even if you were right.
Our economy is being held hostage by IP.
So yeah, we kinda depend on it in the same way as a liquor store depends on protection from the mafia not to get robbed.
If Microsoft has its way with Secure Boot, it will be 100 percent.
bullshit, that's a dialup modem.