Under the treaties that the US signed with the EU and with Canada, this applies to all such recordings - even in the US or stored in the US - of any conversations of citizens of the EU and of Canada.
Next time, don't sign treaties which overrule laws passed by Congress.
All patent applications are signed under penalty of perjury. However, the US Patent and Trademark office disbanded its enforcement department in 1974. So, you can perjure yourself on a patent application with impunity.
Unless it's testimony in a criminal case, or the perjury trap in front of a grand jury, or something they want to prosecute like lying on your tax form, the Federal government is in general lassiez faire about perjury, or even encouraging of it with their reluctance to prosecute, especially perjury committed by a so-called intellectual property holder.
Tricksy they are, yes
The thing that bothers me most about this is that it was a proposition that was voted on and that it passed. It seemed like an obvious violation of free speech to me.
From the article and summary it sounds like this is preliminary. I hope the courts continue to block it...
Next time listen
Hey, just because you think it's a long walk to the grocery store, doesn't make that any more of a absolute yardstick.
Tell that to a quadriplegic. The back yard may be closer than the grocery store but that still doesn't mean he's gonna get there any time soon. Without the wheelchair and a motor or someone to push, all distances greater than zero are out of reach.
Find the Gender Studies classroom. You've hit the mother-load of bullshit.
Um, dude, I think you're confused. Are you referring to Intellectual Hall? Women's studies is way on the other side of campus. Past the fusion reactor.
The best part of this course is their extremely useful advice: Don't Read The Comments
Basically, it's verify, don't trust, and realize the biases of your sources, establishing trust chains.
Fair enough - but that seems like a hardware problem. I expect the resolution to get better over time - as it always has.
There are a few games that are *awesome* in VR. The obvious ones are cockpit games - flight sims and the like. The others are less obvious.
I love space pirate trainer. It has to have been pretty easy to make. In 2d it'd suck.
I just hope that there are enough users to support the effort needed.
Real computer scientists don't comment their code. The identifiers are so long they can't afford the disk space.