"Brb, just going to do that thing we said wouldn't need to be done"
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Founder is a bigger liability than anything else... changed the company name and the company had to buy the rights to the new name for $6million because they were already owned. The owner was the founder. How will any of the nonsense like that even pass the American security commission before listing?
You would have to be insane, or SoftBank, to even consider investing.
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@Alfie and lest we forget, Leadsom had family members directly implicated by the Panama Paradise Papers leak. Surprised that was swept under the rug so quickly to be honest, because it paints a pretty clear picture as to why so many prominent Brexiteers wanted out of Europe before the new tax avoidance regulations take effect.
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But if they can’t get out of Europe, how will the rich avoid paying taxes once the new EU law kicks in? Won’t somebody think of the wealthy?
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Does anyone else think it’s funny that, if he follows through on his promise to fire revels, Johnson is going to deem the grandson of his dearest hero, Winston Churchill, a traitor to the party?
Brexit, like Britain, is a joke that should have been stopped a long time ago. How anyone still thinks it’s remotely a good idea baffles me.
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Oh Britain. Gone from “we will get an amazing deal” to “we can survive a no deal Brexit.”
It’s amazing that anyone can go from promising success to promising survival for the same situation, and still have support.
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Approximately 500 items were sold across 520 stores nationwide, AEON said.
So averaged less than one sale per store? I’m not sure if that’s something they want to publicize...
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This is why Japanese car sales have slumped in Korea; they’re just avoiding outdated technology and waiting for more advanced models to be released ;-)
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EU has a lot of complicated problems within and Britain wants not involved in them
Yeah, absolutely. Making sure all the hardline Brexiteers named in the Panama Paradise Papers can continue to avoid taxes once new EU legislation drops is absolutely a good reason to trick the masses into helping them.
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It’s almost a comedy at this point. America won’t help with the Iran situation so Britain are now asking EU members for help... despite wanting to leave them!
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My prediction: a few days from now, prosecutors will drop this case without giving any reason as to why they have done so.
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Think of the carbon emissions and waste involved in using two planes.
The article says they are on commercial flights, I don’t think they’re making much of a difference in terms of carbon footprint by taking this decision.
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Good on The EU. Anti-consumer practices should be punished - price fixing may be ok in Japan, but that doesn’t mean they can pull the same crap elsewhere.
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The BBC report on this “Japan’s Secret shame” is worth searching for on YouTube simply for the comments section. Some of the Japanese guys are quite angry by the claims ;-)
But anyway, taxi driver confirmed she couldn’t stand by herself and Yamaguchi had to carry her into the hotel. Evidence showed intercourse definitely happened so it does seem difficult to side with Yamaguchi on it.
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I always find it strange when Japan complains of cultural insensitivity... glass houses, stones etc etc
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The last big release made over $2bn before DVDs have even been released. It wouldn’t make much business sense to stop making stuff that is generating huge profits.
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Full report can be found at the following URL for anyone wanting to see country specifics:
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From “Help the aged!” to “Help, the aged!” In a single generation...
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When my wife fell pregnant with our first child, she was basically forced out of her job by a manager who started giving her consistently late finishing shifts. Thankfully we do quite well so it wasn’t an issue, but the government payments drop to 15,000yen/month if a woman can’t stay in employment until a few weeks before the due date which would certainly be an issue if someone couldn’t support a child with that amount of additional income.
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Especially with social media, the fear of someone “crying wolf” is probably in the back of a lot of minds right now - I agree with the article that it’s actually going in the wrong direction, but why is anyone surprised?
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The data is leaked, LEAKED! That is not due to customers choosing "123456" as password, but due to Uniqlo having garbage security
Leaked just means information has been unwillingly disclosed. The story is quite clear that this was caused by issues with other sites and the credentials have also been valid in the UNIQLO services. The problem is users not keeping separate login details.
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It’s amazing that Japanese companies still don’t get prosecuted to the maximum extent of the law.
Prosecuted for what? The stupidity of customers that think reusing the same password and email combination everywhere is a good idea?
if you choose to have the same lock on every door and then your key is stolen, do you blame the locksmith? People need to start being more security minded as this kind of attack is becoming more and more commonplace.
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Why was the data stored at all?
It wasn’t. The article stated that a fake card entry page was displayed on affected sites so customers were inputting data that wasn’t being sent to the company at all.
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Disney just need to put on a “procreation parade” and you’ll have 20million new kids born within a year.
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I’m sure they’ll lock content of note behind some overpriced hardware. Still can’t believe you can buy 4K/HDR movies from iTunes, but have no option to play them at that quality unless you have an Apple TV 4K hooked up to your screen (and no downloading, stream only!)
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Saw it today, was a brilliant end to what has been a (mostly) excellent set of movies!
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Why would there be compensation? No suggestion any data was actually accessed.
In any case, this is why you shouldn’t re-use passwords.
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Story isn’t clear if kids were involved, but I’d argue she was absolutely right to keep him away from them if this is the kind of man that he is. Clearly a dangerous individual who shouldn’t be around kids!
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I bet a large amount of the trolls have gone to see it anyway
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