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9 years ago
Jeannie's blog post about a judge declaring that jailbreaking an IPhone is protected under the fair use doctrine brought to mind the current storm surrounding South Africa's soccer's federation decision to abandon the nickname Bafana Bafana (Zulu for “the boys, the boys) and the whole idea of fair use. To the best of my knowledge, fair use is a confusing concept that has no clear legal standard. South Africa was banned from competing in any international or continental soccer tournament when apartheid was still law. Upon ...
9 years ago
Solar energy begins with the sun. Solar panels, also known as photovoltaics, are used to convert light from the sun, which is composed of particles of energy called "photons", into electricity that can be used to power electrical loads. Light from the sun is a renewable energy resource that provides clean energy, produced by solar panels. Solar panels can be used for a wide variety of applications including remote power systems for cabins, telecommunications equipment, remote sensing, and of course for the production of electricity by residential and commercial solar panel systems. ...
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