They're 100GB chunks. I'm seeding one myself, & will do more when I have more disk space available.
You're misunderstanding the purpose of this exercise, which is to ensure that the data behind SciHub isn't lost if the Kopyright Kops shut down the org &/or the people running it. It's vital that, no matter what they do, the data itself remains available, otherwise they win.
"The IPA or the drinker?"
So much for their alleged 'principles'.
Some universal remotes have a library of different manufacturers' IR codes, & you have tell it what brand & model of device you want to control - & hope that all your stuff is supported - some work by recording the signals from the proprietary remotes, & yet another kind do both; such as the one that's currently sitting on my lounge room table.
As wrong as TP is about just about everything else, they're not wrong about the remotes.
lol, no. Clearly, your nym 'tp' stands for "toilet paper".
Yes, that was Judge Alsup, who ruled in favour of Google.
The law doesn't care about morales or ethics.[Citation needed] Maybe that's true where you live, but this is Australia, where courts have consistently slapped down overly-broad, American-style abuse by copyright holders for decades.
You've lost this round[Citation needed]
You accidentally left out the sarcasm tag in your comment.
You just know that the cop is someone's son in law, or has something on the lower court judge.
Brandis & his colleagues are the worst kind of hypocritical scum, & they should be treated accordingly.
Mike, would you please set up a GoFundMe or whatever so people can easily contribute to Techdirt's defence against this ridiculous lawsuit?
I would be very happy to donate myself, & heavily promote it amongst my social-media circles.
Um, no, the article is by a climate-change denialist, so I won't be taking it seriously.
Nailed it. Thank you for saving me from having to explain the same point.
But what if it were about "barring employees from writing novels on a computer" ?Writing novels on a computer, you say? Hm. I bet you could patent that!
Thanks for confirming that you have no evidence for your ridiculous claims.
Speaking as an Australian, when I was a little boy, "butterballs" were literally lumps of butter shaped into little balls, which were a fancy dinner-table thing to go with your bread rolls. My grandmother used to make them for our weekly family meal. I never heard of the American brand name until a couple of decades after her death.
There are tons of Americans in foreign jails for crimes they did not commit on that nations soil.[Citation needed]
ignorant to this subject
Torrent sites are your friend. As are VPNs.
You're missing the point. It's not accusing you of being a misogynist for misinterpreting the image, it's making the point that we - all of us - are taught by society to interpret pictures in sexual ways.