it is meant as a means to prevent prosecutors from delaying prosecution unreasonably or using it as a kind of blackmail.
It's difficult to mount a proper defense years after the event. The Statute addresses that as well for all but the most serious of crimes.
Be greedy when others are fearful.
That strategy works right up until it doesn't. Because sometimes the fearful ones are right.
People who post info on social media are fools! Oh. Wait.
No worries, this is Slashdot. This is anti-social media.
Why is no one offering a smart watch in a pocket watch form factor?
They have those, but they call them "phones".
and so would want to wind a watch with their right hand
I always figured it was to reduce the chance of damage and keep it out of the way, but I don't know that. Winding is/was infrequent, wasn't it?
Clearly, the answer is to ban knives.
Neither the fashion or automotive industries have copyright or design patents
That's why the fashion industry started plastering their name on everything, to be able to claim trademark infringement. Now it's ubiquitous and everyone is a walking billboard.
Apple should use some of that cash it has stockpiled and stomp the trolls into the ground.
They do. But it's like that whack-a-mole game, and sometimes the mole wins.
That would be awesome to have an FM radio in a cell phone.
You are easily awed.
Not much of a "warning". More of an "advertisement".
And what is this "expert" thing? Expert how? More like Captain Obvious says...
There's a 100% chance that his actions would be primarily motivated by what most benefits Donald Trump. Any benefit to the public would be entirely incidental.
Making the public happy would benefit Trump, as he well knows that there's a lot of money and power in being well-liked. As he won't have much traditional political power he will rely on the perceived ability to turn that public against his enemies.
Many people write memos to tell you they have nothing to say.