Human brains process it absurdly well considering there's nothing really built-in for it.
A claim like that requires either a citation or a sound, persuasive argument.
Your problem is use of the house/doorway metaphor where it does not fit. Even if you could make a case (which I'll not address here) that allowing someone to log into a server does not automatically grant the right to download files to which they have been given read access, you certainly cannot make such a case for an FTP server, which is dedicated to allowing downloads and/or uploads of accessible files. The fact of its being an FTP server that allows the user access counts as the "Please download" sign.
It's hard not to suspect that your silence on the central question (whether Amazon gave you notice that the apps allowed in-game purchases) means that they did give you notice, and you were thus a victim only of your own carelessness.
Don't feed the troll.
So if I believe myself to be Napoleon, or a goldfish, I'm not mentally ill, as long as it causes me no distress?
Who needs pesky laws when you have a court system in your back pocket.
That one took an extra-special exercise in stupidity to pull off.
You need to work on your reading comprehension.
The government has it in their possession. No-one is denying them access to it.
To fix the issues, it must remove the nicotine. Then who would bother?
There is no objective difference between, on the one hand, counting towards a cap (beyond which one must pay a surcharge) only data not received from certain stated parties, and on the other, counting towards a cap only data received from certain stated parties. To claim otherwise it to play a transparently absurd word game. It's like claiming that giving a discount on cash purchases of petrol is different to assessing a surcharge on credit purchases.
Somehow your fingers managed to slip and type "good" when you surely intended to type "no". Trying to give you the benefit of the doubt, you know.
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