I don't know, only BitTorrent's rigorous integrity checks? Hard to get a corrupt file from other users when you get the describing .torrent/BTDNA-equivalent directly from ASUS, which will make sure you get nothing but a 'pristine' copy.
Use BitTorrent much? No? Didn't think so.
Unfortunately, the main failing with this and ASUS is that they aren't using vanilla BitTorrent. BitTorrent DNA is closed-source.
If you were contracted by a law enforcement agency, as An Advising Expert, sure, your stuff is admissible.
The point here is that FACT doesn't seem to be brought in as Advising Experts, and even took their own stuff that didn't go into evidence with the agents. They don't get to take the data, it must be 'recovered' by an agent in the execution of the warrant.
In my area (North-central Washington), Charter Communications has been running the same "We've had fiber for decades!" tag-lines, which makes my blood boil.
Amusingly enough, though Verizon is our major service-provider, they will never offer FiOS here. The three closest Public Utility Districts in my area (including my own) already have fiber networks, residential and business. I'm actually getting FTTH installed within the next week, 2M/2M for 40$ (admittedly changing to 4M/768K with my provider's restructuring, though).
Could be cheaper, but to get anything near that from DSL (which I'm too far away from the Central Office for ten years, though being de facto city-incorporated for at least 8 years) or Charter cable would be impossible.
When fining students, are the administrators actually checking to see if these actions are taking place on the school's property? Because, if not, it seems that fining them could easily become an illegal offense. Maybe fraud?
I was fairly sure that either here or Britain, the '3rd party' (Oxford) can't fine '1st' and '2nd parties' for causing 'damage/cleanup' in places that are not owned/administered by the '3rd party.'
If I'm wrong, then there should be plenty of fines for all those Spring Breakers that go everywhere and cause 'damage and cleanup costs' at myriads of non-'3rd party' owned 'establishments'.
I want to know if the games sold via Virtual Console show up in these 'reports.' Same for the Xbox Marketplace or the PS Network.
I think that the VC would be an especially big area for a lot of Wii owners, many of which I would guess are previous game owners and literally had to change their pants five times when they found out their old games could be had on a new, working system.
If you don't think that Republicans aren't socialistic as well, then you aren't looking at the majority of farm areas. Most all are Republican, and quite a few of those people will support more socialistic measures.
You know why? Quite a lot of our farmers (and some large, -profitable- corporations) are supported by socialism. But shhh. They don't want to think they're Commies and rise up in arms.
And finally: Why do you believe Communists 'believe in violent uprising'? China and Russia don't count.
I've had my first cell-phone for almost a year now (am 21), but I have to wonder the same thing. At the time, I got a Razr on Verizon because it was small, cheap (free) and did what I wanted: it made calls. I really only have it because I'm pressing my way into IT Support.
I have a 40GB MP3 player (a bit dated), but I barely take it anywhere but for hour+ trips in the car. I believe that I'll keep them as separate devices, no matter what these 'cunning' cell-phone manufacturers do.
My preference will remain: small, cheap (which will mean at least a generation back) and single-functioned (take my calls!)