Based upon the articles linked, passing these audits would be pretty damning for the companies involved.
"If we find anything against our principles, you have my commitment that we will take additional steps to address it."
So, it if wasn't against Zuckerman's principals, it wasn't wrong.
No live sports, no live politics, no C-SPAN, CNN, MSNBC, FOX News. Definite advantage over cable!
According to Cable Store FAQ, users will have to go through Comcast directly if they want to make any changes to their existing plan.
Well, that's special... new customers get top notch service. Long time customers (10+year customer here) relegated to same old.
There is a fundamental difference between someone who has a lot of money, and someone who is making a lot of money. Someone with $10B in assets is a billionaire, and fits this "1% club", but they may only be in the upper 20% in annual TAXABLE INCOME.
And yet they're perfectly willing to tell the state to tax people whose incomes are higher than theirs. Heck, it protects them from people getting into that top 1% assets club too fast..
But they're not going after ALL of Trump's websites!
No mention of going after cnn.com, msnbc.com, or any of the network news sites.
"By the way, are you allowed to have a beer on the Chicago public transit? If so, that's fantastic!"
No, the Illinois Open Liquor law for motor vehicles is so vaguely written that you can be arrested for it, same as if you had an open beer in your Camry or Malibu.
Decoding both DVD and BD are "known things". AnyDVD was not the only product doing it.
Two important parts to doing BD, though - One is having a valid key to get past the AACS, and being able to replace it when a version of AACS comes out that revokes your current key. If your key has been added to the revoked list, simply putting a disk in the drive with that version of the list essentially "bricks" the drive for reading ANY Bluray disks until you change your key.
The second is being able to implement the BD+ interpreter to fix up deliberate errors introduced into the video... And it changes periodically.
Where the companies that sell such products get their "market lock-in" is keeping up these changes. AACS is easier than BD+, from what I read, because you don't always have to change your key when a new AACS revocation list comes out, but the BD+ programming can and does change multiple times per month.
If the existing taxi drivers are required to have the fingerprints and background checks, Uber and Lyft drivers should have them, too.
If the existing taxi drivers are NOT required to have the checks, then making Uber and Lyft drivers do it is discriminatory.
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