The plaintiff should be required to download the entire file and to ensure that the checksum of said file matches the file offered via the plaintiff's service.
They did. That's the whole point of the "direct detection" statement. They connected to the peers in the swarm and were able to download valid (SHA1 verified) chunks of the file from the defendants.
As an informal study a million years ago, I tested a variety of CD-R media.
I put a bunch of them on the rear deck of my car, and left yhem there for a couple of Ohio years.
They worked fine.
Which code (law scheme) are you talking about? Being in the Navy, the sailor in question was under the Uniform Code of Military Justice, the rules of which are very different than for private citizens. For example, the US Constitution does not apply, except when the Supreme Court intervenes, which is rarely.
Even as Secretary of State, Ms. Clinton was a private citizen, under different laws.
What do you mean "slide".
We wallow in it.
Yoga bridesmaid pr0n? Here we come.
Does this stop the head of Volkswagen from traveling to the US to work-related meetings with leaders of Volkswagen US?
I'm curious how this works now for foreign owners of business assets.
Are there rules in place now that prevent foreign investors from owning equity stakes in US companies (outside of sectors with existing statutory limits)?
If a foreign investor owns an equity stake in a US company, are they prevented from coming to the US for business purposes? Do they need a special visa? Are there limits on how long they can stay to participate in this business under current rules?
This proposal seems like a gold mine of loopholes that would seem to allow for further bulk import of workers. What's to prevent Tata from creating an XYZ Consultancy and selling the minimum share of the company to workers it wants to import? It's not hard to imagine all kinds of games they could play "loaning" the equity investment funds to the worker in India so that they appear in the US as legitimate stakeholders who have made their own investments.
I mean, of course, the leagues and playoffs. Basketball and baseball were the main beneficiaries of this movement, with local semi-pro play a reward for small-towners, but hockey and football also benefited at the national level.
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