If hotmail.com was sold and became a p0rn site
If I move and don't tell anyone, people who are looking for me will continue to ring the doorbell at my old address. If I want people to be able to find me, I should let them know I am going to move. But that's not the same thing. This isn't about what will be happening on the old address, but about what has already happened on the new address.
The White House plans to respond to each petition that crosses the signature threshold, which you can view on the Terms of Participation page. In a few rare cases (such as specific procurement, law enforcement, or adjudicatory matters), the White House response might not address the facts of a particular matter to avoid exercising improper influence. In addition, the White House will not respond to petitions that violate We the People’s Terms of Participation. In some cases, a single response may be used for similar petitions.
If they do not plan to respond to petitions, they should drop the claim that they plan to. This says nothing about a timeframe, though, so it is possible that they do plan to respond to the petitions, but not until we're in the year 2525.
Unless Xiaomi intends to develop a replacement for the Linux kernel, they need to make their modifications public.
From the article:
unless Xioami wants to develop a replacement for the Linux side of Android, they need to make their kernel modifications public.
The article is correct. Xioami only needs to make their kernel modifications public. The fact that there happens to be a GPL program in Android (the kernel) doesn't mean all of Android is tainted by it. Showing whatever else they've modified is nice, but not required.
- The "binding" in binding arbitration means even if someone doesn't like the result, they still can't take the other party to court.
- If this will cost Youtube money, what incentive do they have to do this?
- If Youtube makes one incorrect determination, would not they themselves become guilty of copyright infringement?