I must be tired, but
I must be tired, but
Ah, good old American Absolutism(tm)
You must live somewhere else than were I am - over here the last 50 years of movement to the larger cities has left lots of free space, and housing, in the smaller cities - some are in decay, but many are being maintained.
Also, if there's a desire to leave the metropolises it likely will be possible to build new housing in the country-side, and also likely that it wont exactly be a mass exodus.
Note: Part of what makes housing expensive in the largest cities isn't the number of people alone, but the lack of available space to build on within the desired distance to work-centres.
Wouldn't the definition of "Desirable Areas" change, if part of the work-force decide they no longer need to live in specific towns based on a job they no longer need?
I.e. if UBI results in some people deciding they do not need to work in SF, housing-pressure would drop in SF.
As for the terms of service the recipient is not a party to the contract, so it can't regulate this in any way. It can only regulate the relationship between you and Facebook, if you hand over the password they have cause to terminate your account. That can of course leave the user caught between a rock and a hard place, either they "voluntarily" hand over the password to US customs or they're refused entry into the US. But neither contract nor criminal law absolves you of any duties just because complying is difficult.
If Facebook started to suspend accounts that had been searched at the border, would the backlash be against Facebook or the US Gov?
EU has fairly unified copyright rules.
Age restrictions apply, but except for a small set (e.g. Nazi symbolism in material to be sold in Germany), getting refused classification is unlikely - if you cannot/will sell a product in some EU countries because of differing age-restrictions, you wont want to sell it to non-EU countries either.
huh? Pretty sure I've seen prepaid debit(!) versions of major credit card brands sold in America to anyone who'd buy one. Thinking that'd be enough to fake being from the US-of-A, online at least.
The mouse-pointer thing on consoles is becoming more common - Warthunder is a pain in the behind with a controller, and Warframe is going to a mouse-pointer-on-consoles design as well.
As for Paragon, didn't have too much issue with the UI - the constantly crying PC players on the other hand, are annoying.
Nobody prefers controlling an FPS with thumbsticks. It is the compromise you make because you want to play on a couch.
Thanks - I'm slowly losing motor-control, and very much prefer controllers over mice.
The joke's on him though, the PS4 openly supports keyboards. Mouse? I don't know. I haven't tried.
I hope it supports mice, as otherwise the official mouse+keyboard pack from Sony would likely result in complaints.
Apparently many didn't, and even some that did were stopped esp in case of dual citizenship.
Many people from these countries have fled/migrated to other countries, gotten educations and built up skills - you now have people living in e.g. Europe, with European educations etc, unable to enter the US due to where they were born.
I've already had half a fifth of whiskey tonight . . . Help me out here, Slashdot. A/C's need not apply.
Half of a fifth of a whiskey? so'eh, 1/10th of a whiskey?!?
People, incl politicians, have been posting vote-booth selfies for the last few years now - if you want to buy votes, have people post selfies with them, it'll get drowned out by the noise of everyone else doing so, even if illegal in your region.
There's money in providing a Social Media Profile service - pay someone a small amount to run a fake, clean FB/G+/Twiter/whatever profile, and when asked for access, provide that one.
Money isn't everything -- but it's a long way ahead of what comes next. -- Sir Edmond Stockdale