I've even seen a segregated open/guest wifi as a part of setup options on some routers.
>Apple paid seven BILLION dollars in U.S. taxes for just six months ending in March 2015 for example.
Why would it make sense to lump the US with any of the countries you name but Canada? None of them are anything like the US
We could start with all except Mexico having nearly universal municipal sewage and clean water.
Outside of a big city you don't either of these things in Mexico - and even in one it's unlikely you have both.
Even *in a big city you don't drink the water that comes out of the pipes
Everybody either gets bottled water at the store, takes jugs to the big water purification joints you find all over Mexico, or filters their own well water.
If you had ever traveled through Mexico you'd understand just how ludicrous it is to call it a 'developed' country.
Mexico is literally a 3rd world country.
> (1) They haven't judicially defined what constitutes public interest -- because they can't because it's subjective, and making such a decision would piss everyone off and demonstrate the absurdity of the law. So there's no legal test for yes/no.
It's decided by a court, so yes there is a legal test.
Since May 29 2014 there have been 318,560 requests covering 1,130,431 URLs.
41.6% - 470,259 - of those URLs have been delisted.
Are you honestly suggesting that a court reviewed all 318,560 requests?
Discounting weekends there have been 386 non weekend days since this started.
That's 185280 minutes assuming a full 8 hours day.
To process 318,560 cases a single court would have to do 1.71 cases/minutes every minute they've been open since this started.
If you factor in holidays etc this number likely going to go over 2 cases/minute.
This very clearly is NOT what's happening.
The topic of whether it's human-caused or not is so controversial that even mentioning this will probably get my post modded down.
Maybe Computer Science should be in the College of Theology. -- R. S. Barton