Is it just my Firefox that tags the kb link with an insecure certificate?
73 posts • joined 1 Apr 2011
The differences are vanishingly small, so they equate very closely to fraud.
But they are there, one of the key differences being if there is more effort put in building than retailing then you are probably not in a 'real' MLM but a pyramid masquerading as one.
An argument can be made that shows Tesco's is a pyramid scheme.
This was originally a plan for 7 diffferent large redundant networks (14 POI plan) but the ACCC stuck its nose in and dictated a 121 POI plan (no redundancy).
This will NOT be an NBN until traffic can get from Perth to Sydney without leaving the NBN network.
Right now its 121 RBNs.
Not to mention the email I received earlier this week telling me that voicemail services will be turned off for skype-skype calls... You know a phone call is a phone call is a phone call.... I wonder if I can get phone number portability on my Skype-in number (as it is listed as my primary contact for business).
So if I am approaching my car on foot and indicate to another driver who is visibly looking for a spot that I am about to vacate, am I then committing an offence? As I see it the APP is doing nothing more than allowing me to broadcast my intent a little wider and quieter.
Cant help wonder if Microsoft will compensate me for data downloaded thrice instead of the once, after all traffic costs in Australia and I'm on a quota plan, in fact this download alone over three devices could account for 18% of my monthly allocation instead of the 6% for getting it once.
Robertson noted that technologies like the terabit transport are important, since both Internet and non-Internet data traffic are doubling each year.
Yet Telstra's latest mobile phone plans double the call and text quotas and halves the data useage available... left hand/right hand I think.
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