If the Gov't fines the ISPs for this, what do you think happens to the average price of service at those ISPs?
Why not just call it a chain-link fence and go from there?
How is it different from phone sex? Now, that's virtual entertainment!
In even higher demand for even higher salaries.
A single game of Civilization may have taken 10 hours. But I don't know anyone who played Civilization from beginning to end just once.
Real characters, important in the books, die in the 4th and 5th books. They just got so little screen time in the movies that their deaths were rendered impotent by the films.
No, reinstalling windows is no problem. You just have to "disable" the games on the old machine and download them again on the new machine. (Not sure what this does with save games).
But you do need the connection to net/steam in order to play.
All other colleges are non-profit? Harvard is non-profit? Really?
Doesn't matter how skilled the tech is. You need to prove the shard of platter came directly from his hard drive. The evidence trail in a junkyard it usually stone cold.
Zynga stuck? Their apps are on iOS and presumably Android sooner if not later. Aren't they already on/moving to XBox Live and similar set-top living room boxes? No one needs to shed a tear for Zynga. As soon as Facebook created facebook credits, Zynga was already seeking out diverse platforms.
So explain to me how this works. You register at the government website and say I don't want to be tracked. So how do the law abiding companies use that information when you are logging into cnn.com to read the news? Do you, perhaps, get a token from the government that you have to send to cnn to prove you are on the list? Is this token unique to you? Hmm, so a unique token is given to all websites that is "not used to track information about you." Ri-i-i-iight!
You need a receiver that takes HDMI in and out. Then you could send the video from the receiver to the TV and use the receiver for the audio.
If you don't sue, who will? Perhaps the EFF can help.
Do you have kids? I'm not so sure from your response.
"The eleventh commandment was `Thou Shalt Compute' or `Thou Shalt Not Compute' -- I forget which." -- Epigrams in Programming, ACM SIGPLAN Sept. 1982