So you mean to tell me that you didn't go so far as drilling down into the methodology section by country? If you had you would have found the (i) link to this document in Sweden's row noted as "New Income Definition Since 2012":
TRR: current transfers received, including transfers from social security (including accident and disability benefits, old-age cash benefits, unemployment benefits, maternity allowances, child and/or family allowances, all income-tested and means-tested benefits that are part of social assistance, including quasi-cash transfers given for a specific purpose such as food stamps); transfers from employment related social insurance; as well as cash transfers from both non-profit institutions and other households.
TRP: current transfers paid, including direct taxes on income and wealth, social security contributions paid by households, contributions to employment-related social insurance, current transfers paid to both other households and non-profit institutions. Taxes on realised capital gains should be excluded from wealth taxes when possible. [Values for transfers paid should be reported in the OECD questionnaire with a negative sign].
And of course there are formula showing the addition of TRR components and subtraction of TRP components.
By the way, this is in the submission queue now courtesy of another person on Slashdot:
North Korea has made repeated public statements that for them an attack on the United States was inevitable. That is a matter of "when", not "if". They have repeated stated that their ICBMs and nuclear weapons only target the United States. They have repeated stated that they are at war with the US, and that the truce is off. The war is back on, but there hasn't been any shooting by the UN forces lead by the US, only by North Korean forces, including the recent border incursion by North Korea. I'm curious, . . . who were you thinking?
The point of both was to obtain money. $400,000 is a pretty good haul for limited work. What do you think the average take was for wannacry? I doubt it was $400,000. I doubt laundering it will be a big challenge for North Korea, North Korea is a criminal enterprise in itself. It is possible they won't have to do much if they plug it back into criminal activity on the dark web.
the payoff for this is just too small to be worth their effort.
$400,000 buys a lot of cheese.
I propose they use Manuel. It is from Barcelona.
And if they are smart, all of their servers should be Fawlty resistant.
And to change horses in mid-stream I can say I didn't get where I am today without having servers that were Fawlty resistant.
Certainly not . . .
Is that why it is the 6th largest economy in the world? I'll hang with the morons thank you very much.
In answer to your question, no, it isn't. California's economy is in spite of the current government, not because of it. That won't last forever. Practically the entire current California government and the infected 9th Circuit of the US Court of Appeals seems to be doing what they can to either destroy or damage prospects for the future.
Oh, I don't know about that. $400,000 isn't exactly chump change. Besides . . .
Any bets this is who is behind it?
And is that leading to this?
How do you measure downtime? A few minutes or hours OR A FUCKING FEW DAYS because the BOARD IS TRASHED?
I am never more in fear of my life than when I see a police officer, and that should not be the case.
You do understand that may be completely on you, don't you? Have you sought counseling? Are you engaged in criminal enterprises?
As said, a few bad apples spoils the barrel, and the barrel is not in a healthy state. The whole barrel needs to go.
Yes, that is the claim of some activists. It doesn't always work out the way it is expected to .
Nobody's gonna believe that computers are intelligent until they start coming in late and lying about it.