Everyone who has ever accessed a 'P2P' network to download copyrighted material without permission has used the internet to do so. If you are using the internet, you are downloading copyrighted material illegally
While these states do require 2 party knowledge, an officer should not be considered someone with privacy rights. The officer is doing their job; a service to the public, and as such, should have no right to privacy on the job
PS2 compatibility is totally different, my friend.
The PS3 emulated PS2 (and PS1) like the PS2 did: The PS2 had a PS1 chipset inside of it to provide physical emulation, instead of a software emulation. Since the PS3 was selling at a big loss, they cut PS2 (and PS1) emulation out because it saved them the money from shoving a PS2 and PS1 into it. That didn't have anything to do with piracy
"there's a big difference between an idea and executing on the idea"
This guy apparently did try to execute the idea, but Disney and Dreamworks wouldn't work with him. So "Kung fu Panda Power" wasn't produced due to a lack ambition, but a lack of resources.
There are too many connections between Gordon and Eisner and Katzenberg to brush this off as a coincidence.
This about it this way; 'Jeff' pitch a story idea to DW, they decline, and 2 years later, they produce a movie similar to your idea. So, by Mike's argument, since Jeff didn't execute on his idea whereas DW did, he has no leg to stand on.
No, the reason not to invest in ebooks is because there is no secondary market for used ebooks. You can only buy them from a first party (so no yardsale ebooks, or salvation army ebooks). You can't resell the ebooks you've already read. You can't loan them or give them to other people.