In January this year, Trump had announced to suspend all its security assistance to Pakistan. Last week, Pentagon said that so far it has suspended $1.66 billion in security assistance to Pakistan after Trump January directive. But the United States has not been thinking about designating Pakistan a state sponsor of terrorism, a demand being […]

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The answer may not be simple. Device level licensing isn’t a Qualcomm invention, but “a common business practice” in tech manufacturing, says Jonathan Barnett, director of the media, entertainment and technology law program at USC’s Gould School of Law. How it conforms with FRAND, and whether FRAND is enforceable under the antitrust theory underlying the […]

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A Tim in Ottawa recently found itself afoul of perpetually offended virtue signalers when it put up a sign which read, (and I have included spelling mistakes), notification is to clear the place within 30 minutes after purchase Tim Horton product, failure to do so will consider as a trespassing, the Ottawa Police Service will […]

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Rod Skirvin, president of the Broward County Police Benevolent Association, brought up school cop Scot Peterson as part of the defense. “There was an outcry because the deputy didn’t go into a crowded school and start firing at [shooter Nikolas] Cruz,” he said. “The public wanted the deputy to go in and shoot at Cruz.”. […]

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The buyer will send a cashier’s check (or money order) for more than the asking price of the merchandise. The buyer will instruct the seller to send the difference for the overpayment. Unfortunately, the cashier’s check or money order used to originally pay the buyer is counterfeit and will be returned to the seller with […]

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