Beheading memory

An American couple in 1992 was held for bankruptcy, but the bank has come again a reminder of the debt. Bank apologized for writing off error on automatic computer program, but after sending reminders apology did not stop. Having considered the complaint of the spouses, the bankruptcy judge ruled to fine the computer, seizing 50 MB and 10 MB of permanent memory. In the same decision, it was said that the penalty may be canceled as soon as the computer stops extract new reminders.

... A measure of restraint - Disconnect from the network. They've got to reach a verdict on the neighing - enough for a dozen positive cancer center


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