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grumpyman (849537) writes "New bill to crack down on illegal downloads in Canada allow private companies to exchange personal information with other companies if they believe there has been a breach of agreement, or a case of fraud. I copyright this message and therefore if you are reading it, you have broken the law. I demand that your ISP to provide me your name and address so I can launch a suit." Link to Original Source top
Record labels hire students to hunt down peers who pirate music
grumpyman (849537) writes "A coalition of 49 ex-NASA employees, including seven Apollo astronauts, have accused the U.S. space agency of sullying its reputation by taking the “extreme position” of concluding that carbon dioxide is a major cause of climate change. Is the claim in this letter opinion or fact?" Link to Original Source top
grumpyman (849537) writes "Radio frequencies act to weaken the bonds between the elements that make up salt water, releasing the hydrogen. Once ignited, the hydrogen will burn as long as it is exposed to the frequencies." Link to Original Source top
grumpyman (849537) writes "A woman who shot her three teenage sons should be acquitted of murder because she is insane, as the lawyer explains, "She thought her children were being turned into clones or robots.""