US law says Fixed in a Medium, I haven't seen it anywhere else. UK law says fixed in tangible form, and since the Berne Convention from which that phrase is derived has been made law all across Europe... Ignorance is not a reasonable excuse for lack of knowledge.
I've done side by side searches and am more than satisfied that DDG delivers solid results, every bit as useful as Google. I guess you've never tried accessing it on a capped mobile connection. If you can, give it a try. I'd be interested to know if you're still singing its praises afterwards.
[Colon's] bosses tested out some recipes and settled on the following recipe (which does not seem all that original): "a fried chicken breast patty, lettuce, tomato, American cheese, and garlic mayonnaise on a bun." My family makes those all the time at home, apart from not knowing the nationality of the cheese (cheese slices from a packet). We never thought of a fanciful name like 'Pechu Sandwich', though. We just call them chickburgers.
Well, yeah. That's the other half of the reason I'll do without the content rather than pay them. Hopefully, universities will do the same one day and the whole thing will come crashing down. That's the only bad thing about Open Access; it made the pay journals less of an oligopoly.
[...] the data anonymized and collected [...] Thanks to metadata, there is no anonymised data anymore. ;) But seriously, if you think there's missing pieces in that project, why not let the devs know or even join the effort yourself? You sure seem to know more about that stuff than I.
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It wasn't until you just made it that way. I'm aware that I'm not the only person who's ever attended a special school even if you're not, and since there's only a single definition for the phrase 'special school', linked to special educational needs, it's pretty obvious what was meant. Additionally, your use of the word 'snowflake' in that context is also ableism, given that it's generally used that way with the word 'special' before it. Now lay off my case, or I'll have to take this further.
Yes, the UK government wants to de-anonymise the Internet (fucking twats!). No, they didn't pass the stupid Right to be Forgotten law. That was the European Court of Justice, which is why it applies across the EU and not just the UK.
No thanks, even Bing functions better than DuckDuckGo. Anyway, the point of the article is about Google being forced to delist articles in the EU about them delisting articles in the EU, not about other search engines because the European Court of Justice doesn't seem to realise that they exist.