Rule 41 of the Internet: If it's online, the US government will hack it. No exceptions. Rule 42 of the Internet: If it is not yet hackable, it will still be cracked in preparation for future hacking attempts.
Evolution Finance's W is the same white as the Washington Nationals' one, although it's shorter and wider, and the two-tone green background is highly similar to the monotone blue background. Plenty of room for confusion there. /s
[This software] detects breaches of international copyright on millions of websites and produces almost instantaneous legal letters of demand. Really? Okay, then I'll copy/paste something from somewhere and find out how much Shakespeare's gonna sue me for. Ay, that's well known: But what particular rarity? What strange, Which manifold record not matches? See, Magic of bounty! all these spirits thy power Hath conjured to attend. I know the merchant. *shrugs* Well, 'tis somewhat fitting.
With these stolen encryption keys, 'intelligence' agencies can monitor mobile communications without seeking or receiving approval from telecom companies and foreign governments. So basically, I'm now a terrorist even without any evidence against me. Oh well, I might as well go do what I'm accused of since I'm guilty until proven innocent through torture. See me beheading James Clapper in Daesh territory on YouTube next week!
We recently had a horsemeat "scandal", where horsemeat was found in products purporting to be beef, etc. >Update: With all of the DNA testing of the cross contaminated beef products, the whereabouts of Shergar, a champion racehorse, was finally established in December 2013, subsequent to the final seizures of suspect beef.
LG claims that if the door was indeed broken by its employees' downward shoves, it's only because Samsung's washer doors are crap. o.O What kind of domestic situations do LG employees live in if they expect fully mature adults to be swinging on washing machine doors?
I was thinking of my own childhood experiences back in the mid 00s in which I made many stupid decisions including getting behind the wheel of my parents' car and driving it as fast as it would go down the M60 near Salford. I was chased by the police and wound up flipping the vehicle too many times to count, sustaining multiple simple and compound fractures during the crash. I was still recovering when I was in court, being convicted of taking a vehicle without consent, speeding, driving without a licence, driving without insurance, and underage driving. Of course, just like a car, gaming laptops aren't marketed to children... Disclaimer: the above is something that could have happened if I was that stupid, and I wrote it only to make a point.
Setting fire to someone's laptop is not a "feature". But nobody's accused NVIDIA of setting fire to people's laptops, and they have no right to prevent the slim-to-zero chance of someone setting fire to their own laptop (it would burn out first).
Actually, Mike's right. While the design of might be copyrightable depending on its originality, the costume itself is not. Furthermore, I'd argue that this particular shark costume can't be copyrighted because it's not the first that ever existed.
I spoke to the German government (the Bundestag and the Bundesrat) to find out their response to Obama, which was, "The last time we trusted those American pig-dogs (schweinhunds), they abducted our scientists and forced them to create bombs that they then threatened to use against us. Never again!"
Listening to music before you have paid for it is PIRACY. Hearing a track in a record store and purchasing a DVD or Blu-Ray is PIRACY. Hearing a track in a mall without buying something from any of its stores is PIRACY. If you do not stop these illegal actions, we will deport you back to Somalia. You have been warned.
Music pirate: "If I pirate the music, the artist doesn't get paid, but if I buy it, the money is stolen by the record company and they still don't get paid. I'd rather pirate and save money since it works out the same for the artist either way." Disclaimer: record companies lose money to me not consuming their products full stop. I still get called a pirate by them, but whatever. *shrugs*