Exactly! There does not appear to have been a valid contract, and this is also clearly a warning about poor service - which is an opinion and therefore protected.
Both of those reasons let me say that I read somewhere that KlearGear.com has terrible customer service and is overly litigious. I wouldn't mind, of course, but I just can't stand it when I hear that sites such as KlearGear.com might be disreputable because they never delivered the merchandise and also have poor customer service.
Yeah, I thought the name was weird as well, very 70's porn star.
I have no ill will for this guy because he is certainly a patsy, but I will note that the website for his business (helping blind and visually impaired people) does itself not appear to have any additional accessibility options for visually disabled people.
Is downtown Minneapolis a pretty small place? In the HealthEast case I noticed that Paul (scum of the earth) Hans-looser is at 100 South Fifth Street while the dashing and noble Mark R. Whitmore is at 33 South Sixth Street. The fact that their offices are 443 feet apart just makes me laugh.
Has always been the problem when scaling these things beyond very small groups of people. How are keys exchanged between strangers (new vendor wants a quote, someone asking for support) or even non techies like dear old grandma, ahead of time? Is there instead a central repository for the public keys, if so, who controls it?
I have almost exactly the same story (although mine occurred longer ago). I invested in farm futures and made a freaking killing over the term. Did have a bad moment when the instructor claimed I hadn't followed the rules (presumably because my portfolio was worth more than his retirement account), but I pointed out the assignment rules said only that we were to invest in "the market" and that neither stocks nor futures were explicitly allowed or denied. I suppose they didn't think that 7th graders knew about commodities?
I recall reading the intro when this first came out last year. While it was a funny premise, I didn't feel like shelling out for $10+ for a full-price book that I might not have time to read. However, pricing it at $0.99 makes it much more compelling, so I just dropped the buck over at Amazon for a copy.
Umm, no, that's not right. People would still be upset about conflating tragedy with TV, but (absent someone recording the live broadcast) the audience is much narrower. Here, @JoyceEvansFox29 gave the entire world a special present. Also, WTF is she doing tweeting about her nightly new show? Who does that?
OK wait a second. You are saying that anarchists are the exact opposite of something that the EFF is against. The exact opposite of an anarchist is someone who is lawful and good (or lawful good, for RPG fans). This means the EFF is against lawful and good people? I knew it!
Team Prenda was right all along. We should elect them as Knower Of All Stuffs and Bringer Of Truthiness.
Iterating a user number is standard practice when evaluating the security of a given system, and is something that many information security professionals routinely do - even for their personal device accounts.
How long until people start suggesting armed resistance to these tactics? I do not advocate same, just wondering how long people are going to put up with these extra-Constitutional tactics when they occur within the so-called Constitution Free zone that extends 100 miles in to the US.
(Posting under my usual name because I figure I'll save Mike the trouble of extra log searches when he receives the subpoena)
Sure, you think that it is just a few particles bouncing off of your body as you try to go about your duties, but happens when the light is composed of WAVES and you can't see over them? Hmm? Yeah, totally obstruction.