EULAs are not contracts after all. In the EU, the manufacturer would be taken to court for actions like this, and in Ireland and the UK, there would be interesting repercussions on the manufacturer for this.
In short EULAs are not worth the paper they are printed on...
Just a mention that the URL generates a 403 error on UK, Netherlands or Hong Kong IPs, but is viewable on USA and Canada IPs. (Banned IP address list).
How to be an idiot and fail to understand how the internet works. Whoever maintains that portion of caught.net needs their head pulled out of their arse..
Whose fucking money do you think pays for those emergency funds?
(For the next two years)
Easy answer there. The Germans. Don't believe the proven lies spouted by the pro-Brexit idiots..
This is a very good suspicion. By downloading a full image of his phone's storage, the FBI or NSA gets photos of all the places he's been along with GPS breadcrumbs. It could very well be that this engineer crossed paths unintentionally with another surveillance target while traveling. Checking these breadcrumbs helps them determine whether they should add him to the surveillance list.
And that is a fishing expedition, and not allowed under the law, without a specific warrant.
As an aside, dredging can actually cause floods further downstream as it allows more water to reach the downstream areas in a shorter space of time, causing the river to "pile up" and overspill its banks, where it would not have happened if the dredging had not taken place.
next they'll try to 're-unify' the British Isles again -- by force, for the 'safety and security of the people' I'm sure.
Well, if the ~450 years up to the mid 1990's was anything to go by, it would not be smart to go down that route again.. We've worked hard to get to the current situation and we wouldn't be too inclined to be forced to give it up again,
I think it's a fantastic state of affairs that the US is finally seeing the reaping of the policies they've sown over the past decades, just unfortunate that so many normal and innocent people are going to be so badly affected in the future as a direct result. Then again, many normal and innocent people were affected when the US stuck its unwanted nose into other countries sovereign affairs...
Nowhere in the EU has an EULA been successfully defended in court.
The majority of people believe in an invisible friend in the sky.
And is that being stupid?
I've also got very little spam on my Gmail address as well..
"'Tis true, 'tis pity, and pity 'tis 'tis true." -- Poloniouius, in Willie the Shake's _Hamlet, Prince of Darkness_