Re: Re: thank you. being hard of hearing I was already aware
You forgot one: the option to have videos subtitled isn't made obvious. Of course, that may no longer be true, but I have no way of knowing since I haven't had a YouTube account since opting out of Google+ when it was forced on users. Google Coercion: preventing free speech since 2013.
[T]he whole ADA seems to be founded on the premise that no shop at all is better than a shop without a wheelchair ramp, which I've never quite understood. If there is no ramp at the shop, then wheelchair users can't access it, making them dependent on others to do their shopping for them, denying them the ability to select their purchases for themselves. Whereas if there's no shop at all, then nobody gets to go shopping, making everyone equal. Get it now?
The Ripley County Community Foundation will host its 12th Annual Women in Philanthropy Luncheon Tuesday, April 14, from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at Ertel Cellars Winery. Attendees will get sued for copyright infringement. CTFY. ;)
There are large businesses centred around getting people to pay large premiums for bottled and other water [...] Really? Because I've never paid more than 30p (just over 44¢) for a two litre bottle of water from the supermarket.
No, BBC TV is not limited to the UK. However, if you want to watch it outside of the UK, then you have put up with the cunts double dipping (fees and adverts. That's part of the reason I deleted the visual channels of the EPG on my TV, so I don't have to pay the TV Tax and can still listen to the radio in the manner of my choosing.
See, Mike, you are in support of piracy. You are hurting the middlemen (strikethrough) poor poor artists by supporting the Public Domain (strikethrough) piracy along with Yahoo and Flickr and Google. Copyright kept getting extended to protect against reuse (strikethrough) piracy. FTFY. ;D
Florida's two-party consent/wiretapping law provides an exception for recording oral communications where the person speaking would not have a reasonable expectation of privacy. So if I was to make a prank call to someone's cellphone during a time I know they're likely to neither be in their house nor at work, it's not illegal for me to record the results?
Well, there's the time I wanted to listen to tracks from Linkin Park's album A Thousand Suns because I was unsure if I would like the music after the change in the band's style. So I went online and downloaded two or three tracks illegally to have a listen, then deleted them a couple of days later after I went out and purchased the album on CD. Those tracks are now on my hard drive along with all the others; at least, legal copies of them are.
In the UK, PEGI ratings that are the equivalent of 15 and 18 BBFC ratings are backed up by the latter. This makes it illegal to sell a PEGI 18 rated game to a fourteen-year-old. In the UK for example, it is illegal to sell to or for someone to purchase for under-age people. No. The sale to those underage is prohibited, nothing else. For example, anybody selling my ten-year-old cousin a copy of Kill Bill would be committing a criminal offence, but if I purchased a copy for her eleventh birthday, I wouldn't be arrested.