Re: Leeching off a leech
Till yesterday, that API was supported.
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YOu had no clue how EU was set-up or working, There was no faceless bureaucrat deciding. Each country has its representatives. True, in the case of UK was Nigel Farage between them so, of course, had no clue or say in what was done in brussels, except collecting the nice pay that goes along being a EU parliamentary.
You would be amazed how many people do not pay attention to the format of the files or have the extension hidden (on windows). This kind of attempt is for the most gullible of the users... Something like the purchase orders presented like and excel file with a link buried inside the file to a nefarious website.
Probably they do. However, they can proceed like Germany did, where data centers storing Office 365 are located in Germany but operated by a 3rd party and Microsoft does not have access... Like that, Microsoft can claim that it doesn't own or operate the servers.
Membership in the Eu had nothing to do, so stop blaming it (see how many member state have public run healthcare systems with no interference from EU). That ship has sailed for UK. Any problems of the NHS are self inflicted. Maybe you can ask Boris and Farage where are the weekly 350 million pounds that were supposed to be transferred to NHS once Brexit was done. It was written on their campaign red bus cruising the country afterall.
As far lane assist goes, it can be usefull on highways but on normal, twisty roads, it can be pretty annoying trying to correct the trajectory of the car and require to fight the steering wheel to correct it. I have turned it off and it is turned on only on long highway trips. Tried Audi's lane assist and Mazda's (my current car)
Really? Maybe in UK. Try that in my country (inside EU) and you will end up directly in court. And usually the courts side with the employee. Let alone that such behavior can guarantee a visit from the labor protection authorities which will nitpick every document. You need thoroughly documented investigation before you can fire someone, outside the legally mandated procedures.
Actually, in China, that means user identification. Once users are identified, moderation is simple to implement in a country like China... Upset the CCP and go to a working camp for re-education.
Moderation in the rest of the world should be a bit more subtle than this.