In the first place...
In the first place...
English has way worse problems, like not be phonetical.
Leicester (spelling) = lester (phonetic)
Where did the "ice" gone?
Probably one of the worse cases, but there are plenty!
will be jumping of joy with this.
Lets break all our business applications due to an update that can't be tested before hand and that is mandatory.
There is no way to fix H1B because on the day it is open, you have off-shore companies from a certain country applying in bulk for a visa for ALL of their employees.
Even if they only get 5% of the spots applied, it's a win-win for them.
Of course, if you aren't from that country or from a company like that, good luck on the "lottery".
Only, he would lose on the first round because his assets would all be impounded, and he couldn't afford to hire a lawyer in the first place.
I'm sure that is called by another name, yes, blackmail.
Read the title...
Meaning they may have a trademark in the USA, but for it to be valid outside of it, it's another question altogether.
For netflix you need a proper internet connection.
For cable, you don't (technically).
Someone that posts a link to a torrent site can become co-responsable for the copyright infrigements downstream.
By the same logic, if a mobile phone is hacked and money disapears from the bank account due to that, then the phone manufacturer and operator are co-responsables for that hacking due to leaving the phone open to known vulnerabilities?
Bacause you know, humans?
Humans just don't like anything.
Why not for the pleasure of coding against the processor directly?
Also, the EU regulations state that the data should be handled just to fulfull the requirements of the service rendered.
Additionally, if the data is exported to the US it still needs to comply with all EU regulations. The fact that the data moved to a different country has no bearings on what the companies can do with it (they still need to apply the EU regulations).
And if they use 3rd party services for some internal processes that have access to the data, those 3rd party also need to comply.
It is not a "out-of-eu regulation" free card.
Edlin is better then most, at least it never crashed. Any you where always sure of what you could do (very limited set of options).
Now say the same of M$ Word...
Not a game changer.
Helium like any other rarer materials should be handled more careful.
Heisengberg might have been here.