I believe it's called "getUserMedia" and treating the signature tablet as a camera.
You also need the source for the chips themselves.
Not if the diverse double compiling process includes other CPU architectures. For one thing, there exists a C compiler that runs on an Apple IIGS computer with a 65816 CPU, which doesn't have enough gates to hold a Ken Thompson backdoor.
And how can I trust the cpu to actually execute the code as compiled and not insert it's own microcode into the process?
By using free compilers and ensuring clean binaries using diverse double compiling. (Thud457 mentioned it, and we discussed it a week ago.) Essentially what you do is bootstrap the compiler (compile the compiler's source code with your existing compiler binary, then recompile it with itself) on several different brands of compiler. If the binaries resulting from all bootstraps match, then either none of them have a backdoor or they all have the same backdoor. The more compilation processes you use, the less likely it will be that they all have the same backdoor. To exclude CPU microcode bugs that target a particular compiler, you could try running some of the bootstraps in an emulator such as DOSBox or bootstrap them as cross-compilers on another CPU architecture.
It also doesn't help when the patent holder doesn't make anything but lawsuits.
Incidentally, the abusive NPEs that you describe are exactly what this bill is designed to end.
So you can either sell to whatever the incumbents will give you
Exactly. Licenses to use a novel invention are subject to the same sort of supply and demand as any other form of property.
Most of the world doesn't have that kind of cap.
You'd be surprised at what's likely to happen in the near future: Top US Lobbyist Wants Broadband Data Caps
Those caps are for rural people on satellite and places like Australia.
Then what workaround for 4K's higher data rate do you recommend "for rural people on satellite and places like Australia"?
Block your page from noscript browsers and you block users of Google from finding your site. Search engines browse with noscript. You could try progressive enhancement: wait for the HTML to load and then use jquery to transform it into the flashy popups.
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