"But she agreed with the Justice Department that the requested documents shouldn't be disclosed yet because the 14 applications, dating from 2010 to 2013, all relate to continuing cases." Oh, don't worry. I'm sure these fourteen continuing cases will be concluded after forever less one day. ;(
People with a condition called aphakia can see in the ultraviolet region of light -- normally invisible to most humans. Pfft, that's nothing! I can see x-rays without an absence of the lenses of my eyes. :p
Facebook notes that its videos are already run through Audible Magic and that has basically done nothing. So they're "working with Audible Magic to enhance the way the system works." Okay, which fool decided to go with Audible 'Magic' instead of simply licensing ContentID? (-_Q)
"Treat CLOACA Scholars as Unlawful Combatants CLOACA scholarship and advocacy that attenuates U.S. arms and undermines American will are PSYOPs, which are combatant acts." If you ask me, this dude's talking out of his cloaca! ;)
"True, but you can't use those files on an Android, which is why I look for second hand DVDs instead." = "Watches DVDs." "True, but you can't use those files on an Android, which is why I look for second hand DVDs instead." =/= "Watches DVDs on phone." Assumption much?
"remote server" "transmits" a "product preference" to a product via a "communication module". Oh, I get it now! RCDI obviously wants to squeeze money out of online shopping websites. Here's hoping they go after Amazon. ;)
Actually, having a PC is a prerequisite for ripping a DVD to view its contents on a phone, it's not a prerequisite for watching a film on a phone as YouTube can attest. Which underdeveloped nation do you live in where no one's ever heard of a DVD player?
In the EU they tend to enforce the "you can't lie to your customers" aspect that in the US we tend to just call "marketing". Maybe EE should be told that, since they offer 'unlimited' data that's capped at 500MB a month. (-_Q)
According to the lawsuit (pdf), the child's mother, after "much research and study," concluded that it was the Wi-Fi making the child sick, something family doctors were willing to substantiate. o.0 Okay, let's assume for a moment that EMFs are making this kid ill. Why don't the parents throw out their cellphones, TV(s), and car radio(s), since their son will spend a far greater period of time around them than he will the Wi-Fi transmitter at his school? Right, because what he's actually suffering from is obviously Factitious Disorder Imposed on Another.
I know of no buffet that calls it unlimited any more...they call it all-you-can-eat, which implies that "you" is one person. And that's why 3 UK can never be accused of false advertising; they don't offer unlimited data, they offer all-you-can-eat data with the 'you' in this case being the SIM card. :)