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As that link shows, different outlets are treated differently:"However, in the case of Miami Herald Publishing Co. v. Tornillo, 418 U.S. 241 (1974), Chief Justice Warren Burger wrote (for a unanimous court):“Government-enforced right of access inescapably dampens the vigor and limits the variety of public debate.”This decision differs from Red Lion v. FCC in that it applies to a newspaper, which, unlike a broadcaster, is unlicensed and can theoretically face an unlimited...
How much more and why would prices be going up beyond inflation? The regulations are designed to keep the internet operating as it is currently operating and to prevent big companies paying their way to offer prioritized services vs startups.Equal representation of what? This isn't about controlling servers and hosted content. Nobody forces equal representation of anything in magazines or television.
If you have a data folder bigger than 42MB somewhere, you should be able to put them back in place. If not, you'd have to recover them using software like:http://www.prosofteng.com/products/data_rescue.phphttps://www.micromat.com/products/techtool-pro
It can be a gold layer, not plating. There's a thing called gold-filling that puts a solid layer of gold bonded over another metal that only needs about 5% of the weight to be gold. Not that they need to adhere to any gold-filled standard, it's a custom design.They can have a base shell in a metal common between all the models with the mountings for the display and internal components and then have an outer solid gold layer that is resistant to wear.
What are the top worst concerns that could result from net neutrality? They've said no to taxing the internet. Censoring illegal websites and hate speech is already possible and enforced. Here's a guy who has a problem with it:http://www.theverge.com/2014/11/25/7280353/mark-cubans-net-neutrality-fast-lanes-hypocriteHis argument is that they'd eventually equalize television broadcast with internet data and with everything sharing equal priority, television quality of...
If it's gold-plated you can use the term 18K. Burberry sells an 18K gold-plated watch:http://uk.burberry.com/the-britain-bby1210-43mm-automatic-p39530281Gold-plated watches go all the way down in price:http://www.amazon.com/Invicta-13929-Pro-Diver-Ion-Plated-Automatic/dp/B00D0CK4CEThey probably shouldn't be allowed to use the term because the gold layer can be different thicknesses so it would be very hard to tell how much gold is actually in it by weighing the watch.Gold...
Why are you adding $1000 markup on costs and then marking that up again with 50% gross margin? They already have a retail operation and they're making their own products selling direct to buyers. Luxury watch makers go through resellers.In a Swiss watch, it uses more gold for a start because the gold covers the whole back and some of the internals, easily $1500 costs. They're not going to put mass-manufactured Chinese internals in either so the costs, even for automatic...
There's the real issue.http://www.theverge.com/2015/2/6/7992215/net-neutrality-obamacare-for-the-internet-rush-limbaugh-rand-paulhttp://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/the-switch/wp/2014/12/10/verizon-actually-strong-net-neutrality-rules-wont-affect-our-network-investment/"The FCC said it’s not going to impose the kind of common carrier restrictions that apply to utilities like our telephone networks. As the fact sheet makes clear, it won’t attempt to regulate the rates that...
50% margin with $1k costs would be $2k, 80% margin would be $5k. A high margin does allow for fluctuations in gold prices.If they had $1000 of parts ($800 gold) with 50% margin to hit $1999 and gold went up 70%, the build cost would be $1560, reducing gross margins to 22%. That could make a net loss unless they increased the price but they could change the price. If it fell below $500/ounce, the build cost would be $450, giving 77% margins on a $1999 watch. Higher volume...
It's just their target demographic, which is more casual gamers:http://www.joystiq.com/2009/02/19/nielsen-wii-audience-is-youngest-ps3-audience-is-oldest/"the Wii appeals to quite the broad spectrum of people, being especially popular among boys age 6 -11 and women age 25 - 34. Most interesting is the Wii's ability to captivate the older women audience, as the console's use by women over 35 is much higher than that of the Wii's competition. And they're apparently playing...
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