What difference would THAT make? Name one F-up that Holder has been held accountable for. Obama clearly thinks the man is golden, and not to be touched. A number of senators disagree, and I foresee yet another uncomfortable hearing for Mr Holder.
Amen! Preach it, brother! It is, in fact, the very abrogation of reason. Zero tolerance means never having to think. It is a scourge in our education system, and for the NYPD to even SUGGEST it is terrifying.
Or, you could look at the file size. Compression may be good, but I don't think you can get a TV Episode video down to under 500K bytes, which is what the epub format is. Other formats may be different, but they're ALL gonna be signficantly smaller than a TV episode video file.
I just looked at her evil IMBD entry. The VAST majority of her work has been VOICE WORK. Not that there's anything wrong with that, but her case of ageism is SERIOUSLY weakened when the part only requires your vocal chords.
And all that money that went to lawyers could have gone to starving artists "who deserve to be paid for their hard work". Every UMG artists who didn't get a paycheck last month should "thank" a UMG lawyer.
Are u freaking kidding me? Go home, boy. You are the same idiot who thought that Xbox 360 would kill the PC. Now, 4 years later, you can buy a Xbox360 equivalent PC for under $100. And then upgrade it, instead of throwing it away. What starts out great turns into dross in the products' lifespan. But without upgrade ability, you are throwing away money.
You probably buy a new Iphone every two years too. Yeah, those "no-upgrade just buy a new one" items are a real swell value.
While I agree that it's designed to fail, I don't think it's to point at piracy. It's so they can say "See, no one really wants streaming. We had a streaming service and it didn't take off. That's why we don't make our movies available online." It's to silence the argument that they aren't giving customers enough choice.
it would seem to me that if a judge is required to approve a conset decree, and Congress set it up that way, then wasn't it Congress' intention to have the judge review it? I mean, why else put him/her/it in the loop? If there wasn't to be any review, wouldn't you just set it up so that the SEC issued them directly?