At the end of 2013, Aereo had 77,596 subscribers in 10 cities, according to Peter Kafka of Re/code, who published the information earlier today. About 27,000 of them lived in New York City, Aereo's first market. Boston, its second market, had 12,000 subscribers, while Atlanta had 10,000. … [Read more...] about Supreme Court cut Internet streaming to nearly 80,000 Aereo customers
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Good Luck, Have Fun! GLHF is an abbreviation for “good luck, have fun.” It’s used at the beginning of competitive online games to establish a feeling of sportsmanship or manners. GLHF is something you say at the start of the match, and GG (good game) is something you say at the end of the match. Both phrases serve the same function, but they’re used at different stages of gameplay. … [Read more...] about What Does “GLHF” Mean, and How Do You Use It?
"I don't know the last time a company was broken up… but you have to really think, 'Is that the best thing if there's a way that a company's behaving that you want to get rid of?' Then you should just say, 'Hey, OK, that's a banned behavior'," said Gates. … [Read more...] about Bill Gates: Don’t break up tech giants, it won’t stop anticompetitive behavior
A transfer of the .IR, .SY and .KP ccTLDs would be largely self-defeating, by destroying whatever value they may have. These ccTLDs only have value insofar as they can be used by domain name holders around the world. Unplugging the .IR, .SY and .KP ccTLDs to reassign them to a new ccTLD manager would make the existing ccTLDs inoperable, thereby eradicating the hundreds of thousands of second-level domain names registered in the .IR, .SY and .KP ccTLDs. Moreover, any newly-created .IR, .SY and .KP ccTLDs, by virtue of such a transfer, would be devoid of any domain name registrations, the very thing that gives a ccTLD its value and utility. Thus, the re-delegation of these ccTLDs would not result in any economic value to the Plaintiffs; it would simply destroy a resource utilized by the Internet community. … [Read more...] about ICANN to plaintiffs: No, you can’t have all of Iran’s domains
The AARC is hoping to receive injunctions barring the sales of the two offending in-car devices, damages equal to the royalties that Ford and GM would have had to pay under the AHRA, additional damages of 50 percent of the actual damages (this round of money would be paid to the Register of Copyrights), statutory damages of $2,500 for each in-car device sold, and "pre- and post-judgement interest" attorney fees. The AARC also wants a statement from Ford and GM acknowledging that their devices violate the AHRA. … [Read more...] about Music industry sues automakers over in-car audio ripping systems