After the breach they forced a password change and bought the hosting back in house.
I suspect Yahoo! hosted mail for a lot of organisations.
If he wants relief it's up to New Zealand to stop cow-towing to the beltway thugs...
Ha ha ha! That would be the same New Zealand Government that gave Hollywood $50 million of local taxpayers money when they threatened to move the Hobbit movies away.
Sorry, I just checked, actually nearly $200 million of our local money.
Arseholes, all of them.
The next bunch of rich wankers coming with their hands out will be the American Cup sailing pricks, I think last time that cost the general public here nearly $40 million, and what did we get?
Sorry, rant over.
He's not suing Google. He's bringing the prior art to the attention of WIPO.
Quite right, I should have taken more care when I read TFA, but I think my point is still valid.
If Google is challenged over this they have the money to resist for as long as they want, and the system is set up so they can.
I guess if they decide there is no value in resisting, they won't.
around sprawling goal tenders...
David Beckham never did that, because he played Football, not Ice Hockey.
They are goalkeepers, (or just 'keepers).
I won't be watching disney/marvel films then.
Which is a sign of a company that does not understand its customers.
I suppose I could be charitable and assume that they are trying something new to see if it works, but I think I am on safer ground assuming arrogance.
"Home life as we understand it is no more natural to us than a cage is to a cockatoo." -- George Bernard Shaw