Seriously - why do things like Twitter need a password? It's not an email account, it's not that hard to hack and no body is going to lose anything important if someone else takes their twitter account.
If he really believes that is the intent, now is the time to sue them, claiming they are abusing their monopoly position. That is the heart of his claim.
Yes, most likely he will lose the lawsuit - now.
But in doing so, he will force Microsoft to make an argument about how what they are doing 'now' is not abusive. This will limit their possible actions in the future, as they won't be able to stop doing that without incriminating themselves.
Thank you, that was very informative.
What country do you live in? Because there has NEVER been a law 'forbidding opinion as news" in America.
There was a tradition that journalists followed avoiding opinion, but that's it. Fox came along and discovered that if they broke that tradition, people would flock to hear their biased news.
The US does have laws (first amendment to the constitution) that prevent censorship, particularly censuring political opinions. Your proposed law (that never previously existed) would most like fall on the wrong side of the first amendment.
That's all it can be, given their 140 character limit.
It's people talking without any attempt to prove assertions. So it's Gossip.
Works better if you put a false flag photo in there. Something that you can legitimately claim is the reason why you had the security in the first place.
A picture of a naked woman that is not your wife works well. Just bad enough to hide, not bad enough to get you in real legal trouble.
They are scared the courts will outlaw them completely. Or simply wait until they have a long list of cases done without a warrant, and then the court says "no warrant, no conviction".
So the politicians decide they would set up a bunch of rules pre-empting a judicial censure of the police.
About the only thing more appropriate would be if the film was financed by the actual guy the movie was written about!
It's really really simple.
Money laundering is the crime of hiding where the money came from.
Now, all the regulations may be screwed about it are screwed up and complicated. But the crime itself is simple.
Just because regulations about a crime are poorly written does not mean the crime is poorly defined.
And when they claim data hog, show them European prices - they are MUCH MUCH cheaper than American.
Have you not seen "Not for Resale" on items before?
Generally you can't stop individuals from reselling used items, but you can refuse to sell in bulk, insisting on only selling things in lots of 5 or fewer. Effectively this makes large scale resale operations impossible.
Or you can set it up so that you sell in large lots only via contracts that specify not for resale less than a set price. This means you can sue if someone sets up a large scale resale operation.
Often these techniques are used to grant people exclusivity in a region - you throw in a contract paragraph that says you can only sell in a specific region and no one else can.
Ah. I see. Your mistake is simple. You confused what your phone does and what PokÃ©mon GO does.
PokÃ©mon Go software uses actual, real GPS, not merely the location services. Basically it puts a fake picture of a fake pokemon at a location, as if it was invisible to the human eye, but visible to the phone camera.
It can't do that unless it knows precisely where you are. The general location from cell towers is not good enough to keep the fake picture in the same real location.
Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler. -- Albert Einstein