There's a really interesting article about that here http://www.gamasutra.com/view/feature/3030/keeping_the_pirates_at_bay.php. It's written by a developer of Spyro: Year of the Dragon. It is another really interesting take on how to implement copy protection.
I'd say the major danger now is lack of genetic diversity (which is already a problem to farming); as such a thing is already critically bad for banana farmers. Though I'm glad this moral objection is moot.
Then they can pay out to contractors that develop more prudent solutions. Not everything is a conspiracy (though not everything isn't).
This is one of those "useless" facts that you might be really glad you know one day when you are accidentally dealing with an old NT network and can't figure out why your machines aren't talking. Still silly, though.
TFA uses 'it' so many times between 3 companies I have no idea what's going on. It sounds like a kindergarten argument over possession of a sandbox - where the sandbox is assets and IP.
Smarties (US) = Rockets (Canada)
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This is how I originally read the title; I was promptly sadly mistaken.
I liked Max Payne, and for the most part Hitman. I found Resident Evil hard to follow, and a little shallow, but it wasn't all bad. Silent Hill was good for a horror movie.
So this stuff I've been wearing serves a purpose? Cool!
As a helpful tip; I went into my phone's options and pointed the WAP gateway to localhost, now attempting to reach that page throws errors, and doesn't bill me
A lot of kids just suddenly turned 18...
I disagree; There's a very different culture in the United States compared even to Canada with respect to how people view lawsuits. In Canada you don't threaten lawsuits lightly because you know it's going to be costly, however I've been threatened with lawsuits from shady apartments here. I really think that having the ability for a lawyer to agree to work for a portion of the settlement leads only to frivolous lawsuits. With that said, dragging out an individual's livelihood in years of cases until they can't afford to represent themselves is irresponsible; and I admit I have no idea how to prevent that.
I've looked at the listing, and it's right! -- Joel Halpern