The Motion Picture Association of America said Friday intellectual-property holders should have the right to collect damages, perhaps as much as $150,000 per copyright violation, without having to prove infringement.
Did you email your grandmother a photo of your kids’ kindergarten photos?
Soon, that will be against the law.
Mars’ northern orange sky and horizon, seen by NASA’s Phoenix Mars Lander. The lander’s solar panel and Robotic Arm with a sample in the scoop are also visible. The image was taken by the lander’s Surface Stereo Imager looking west during Phoenix’s Sol 16 (June 10, 2008), or the 16th Martian day after landing. The image was taken just before the sample was delivered to the Optical Microscope. (NASA/JPL-Caltech/University of Arizona/Texas A&M University)
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Q: Why are men better then women in reading maps?
A: Because only a man can look at 2.5 centimeters and imagine it to be a mile.