Manchester Litigious; and for a team logo a judges powered wig.
The price hikes will continue until customer retention improves.
I see many more price hikes in the future.
More like a charlie foxtrot of a con.
Sadly after they were sold a few years ago Newegg's new management decided to follow the industry standard practice of paying off parasites instead of going nuclear and trying to not just defeat their claim but invalidate the bogus patents as well shutting them down.
It's entirely about air rights, and setting limits on how utterly insane a blob you can get away with claiming them from. The linked CBC article calls it the "39-side zoning lot" without really explaining exactly what that means. This medium article actually shows it, it's a mess of narrow strings going all over the block going "mine" over every patch of space between existing buildings. https://email@example.com/exploring-the-history-of-200-amsterdams-zoning-lot-1cf139e36e2d
But if you define distorting reality by obscuring facts as Fake News; every Right to Be Forgotten request is Fake News and an attack on free speech.
It's not just that Liebowitz is an idiot; apparently both people he's employed and is trying to employ as local council are idiots as well. Unlike Liebowitz they both should be intimately familiar with how the local court likes its paperwork to be done and be capable of making sure that it is. That knowledge is one of the reasons to hire local assistance in the first place. (Having someone who is a short drive to the court instead of a long flight is the other one.)
No, that's Chairman Xi
“It doesn’t appear that you’re asking any questions with regards to how an individual is treated who’s in crisis,” he [Police Chief Paul Pazen] said at one point in the interview. “That’s really what we all should be focusing in on.”
Well if you insist on bringing it up, leaving an apparently mentally ill person cuffed on the sidewalk for any length of time with only a towel attempting to protect his dignity doesn't make your people look that good either.
EFF, ACLU, etc isn't it time to start litigating to get the no warrantless GPS tracking ruling applied to these contraptions? Based on the history of the latter I assume it'll be necessary to spend years litigating through the lower courts before the Supreme Court delivers a smackdown, so the sooner someone starts the better.
your creepy neighbor who sits behind a window watching everything going on on your street will be buying these things.
8 years ago people attempting to defend ATT's attempt to acquire TMobile were making identical arguments. It was only after being told "NO!" in no uncertain terms that TMobile underwent the revival that has resulted in it surpassing Sprint by a large margin.
As a Pennsylvanian I can't say I'm surprised. While Democrats are competitive in state wide races the state legislature is close to being a fully owned subsidiary of the Republican party.
Gerrymandering definitely helps, but even assuming the court ruling that forced US Congressional districts to be redone more fairly for 2018 applies to statewide redistricting after the 2020 census I suspect the larger number of districts will mean that the R's winning the rural half of the state 2:1 while the D's win the big cities 10:1 will still give the former an advantage.
"There is no invasion of privacy at all, because there is no privacy," on Facebook or any other social media site, company attorney Orin Snyder told U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria.
That's right up with someone on trial for murdering his parents pleading with the court for mercy because he's an Orphan.
virtually every multiplayer game is full of dbags spewing vitriolic nonsense.
I wonder if Facebook can use logs to associate the people who created fake accounts back to those individuals real accounts. Suspending the accounts of all the ICE people involved in this for violating FB's TOS would be a really nice bit of turn about for this whole sordid saga.
It's definitely sloppy wording on someone's part. I'm assuming yearly cashflow because it's the only range that really makes sense; and would be a more natural fit with major annual reporting.
For accounting purposes customers are assets that generate $x/year(?) in revenue, and thus have a book value which is a factor of their current revenue generation. The very low multiplier on TV customers in turn says that they're expecting a lot of them might go away fairly soon (either cancelling traditional pay-tv service entirely, or just switching to satellite for a cheaper new customer bundle) and thus aren't worth as much. The higher multiplier on internet customers says that their accountants expect to make a lot more money long term from each internet customer because they're much less likely to cancel service.
it really wasn't that long ago that such information wasn't just widely available to the public, but every six months or so a giant yellow-covered book was thrown in front of our doors with listings of everyone's phone number and address in your geographic region. Remember that?
By "that long ago" do you mean last week? They've gotten steadily skinnier with tinier type over the last decade, but I still have 2 or 3 pushers of them dropping them off at my doorstop.
I think the last time i used one was pre-smartphone when I needed the number for a pizza delivery shop during a power outage.