It seems to be the nerds tumblelog choice... very reduced to the max.
Also, don't forget: if they were primarily interested in alcohol, where did the IT "professionals" come from?
Only some of that equipment was found at the Hacklab itself. The overwhelming rest was found at the punk concert of a different organisation on a different level of the building, *nothing to do* with Forsk...
And keying machines are not "problematic" since they are perfectly legal and incidently are used in hacker spaces around the world.
Don't just repeat the police press crap, this isn't suitable to the incident.
Innocent people with an odd (to the outstanders eye) interest in technology were treated as potential criminals. This is not right, not at all.
This, and you get up to 760 EUR (~1100 USD) non-refundable subsidy each month if you stay below a certain time threshold (~4-6 years, depending on major, 1.5 years for the PhD) with progressing in your studies. You only get this if you "need" it, but with a typical low to average income family, you do most certainly get it.
You also get the same amounts if you start studying after you already worked four or more years long.
And with those monthly subsidies in effect, you can still work up to a yearly gross (but not taxed) income of 8000EUR.
Student health insurance with accidents and dental (the standard austrian public insurance covering) is included, of course. (We really don't usually worry about insurance coverage in any kind of employment or unemployment, since it's always compulsory* and automatically deducted or paid for you)
In Austria currently people argue very very emotionally about bi-yearly (!!) tuition fees in the amounts of 360.- EUR each which would be waived anyway if the student can't afford it (i.e. is on subsidy already).
Makes me wonder.
* compulsory also means its very cheap, ~180 EUR is the maximum rate (depends on your income) you pay if you are employed. Freelancers pay more.
No it is, because it is HIM, not one of the other one-in-a-hundredthousand who suffer from ALS at a certain point in time and die within 2-5 years after the first signs.
- which would be the natural thing to do.
i'm seriously losing faith in
ok, but who pays the emergency treatment then?
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