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  1. In RL the hauler is required to have insurance to cover loss or stolen goods or to show the ability to replace the lost or stolen goods. Of course with all systems the paying of such insurance is passed down to the end consumer as always, but thats our world today.
  2. No real infrastructure is in game even tho many players have requested it. Just shooting out thoughts. Maybe it's like @Daphne Jones says and we front 15 mil quanta to make 100k? But I imagine a tax or fee is taken off the top, so you get 90% of your deposit back. End up paying to do a mission 😉
  3. I can't help but wonder if the accounts that have had access during the time of the issue get charged for that time after it is fixed. No rollbacks dictates they shouldn't.
  4. I see now lol. So no aliens involved or tin foil hats required.
  5. How do you think it would work reversed? Like if say.. a german citizen had identifiable info pulled from him and sold to a third party advertiser, BUT both the server and the advertising spam companies reside in the US? I know we have treaties, but not sure if the GDPR could be enforced since hidden clauses are uber popular with US companies. Ha! What happened there?
  6. This would be the perfect time that a big rich org create online insurance for cargo.
  7. In this instance isn't it the other way around? The fellow complaining is a US citizen and the collector may or may not also be a US citizen? I am fairly certain that California Michigan and Florida of the US have the closest laws to GDPR. North Carolina for instance doesn't. Then you get into that nasty "prosecution across state lines" thats why so many scams are based in a handful of states because they inadvertently protect the criminals from the victims. Unless there is some bylaw I missed, it seems even if the server were in France it would not apply. Here is something of note, unless there has been a new treaty I am unaware of, citizens of certain countries, Russia for example, can do whatever they wish. No extradition laws. Most popular example I can think of were the Sochi 14 games. I know it's gotten a bit off topic but I do find this a nice discussion. Especially after compared with earlier ones.
  8. This. When I built my first building, I realized I needed to raise the core to utilize 100% of the space instead of starting low. I went to delete it to start over and It took me an hour of frustration to realize I had accidentally pasted a strip of carbon BELOW the ground a fair amount. Being able to lay floor in one fell swoop would have saved that time as well as being quick and convenient.
  9. When that was being discussed, it was under the laws of the USA, not EU. I admit that I know little about the GDPR, but I do know the US laws are woefully behind EU laws where this is concerned. I think I will read your links to at least gain knowledge in comparison.
  10. So you think you will be able to take a mission just anywhere? I would think having a centralized mission control where we can pile more junk in the way was the way to go.
  11. @blazemonger Do you even think any new systems or units introduced will be viable, playable and stable after the patch release? Or do you expect it to be so mucked as to be game breaking? Or maybe somewhere in between?
  12. I WOULD justify it by all the success of the many games that already DO have illegal activities in the game and state "it's just a game", HOWEVER since the act YOU describe is NOT illegal, there is no need. By the way, all your bullying tactics roll off me like water off a ducks back. Dude you don't get it, I really just do not care. 🤣
  13. Originally just wanted to point out a mistake and not getting to a pissing contest. Right there is when you allege that if it's illegal in the real world it should be illegal in the game world. you were the one that related the game world is being the same as the real world as such you stated erroneous information. Not once did I say you specifically said in NQ, you in fact stated: Which is incorrect information. If you were correct, NQ, Google, Tesla, Apple, Samsung, would all have pending lawsuits. the lawsuit that you referred to that went against Google was many years ago and dealt with Homeland security as well as private info and violating witness protection programs because of the real time access of satellite information as well as vehicle tags and people's faces. Completely unrelated to somebody tagging IDs and times. As far as laws being the same in game as far as real life then you have never heard of Grand theft Auto Watch Dog or so so many other titles. it's quite simple you're going to think the way you want to think you will look nothing up because you wish to remain ignorant that's on you not me. I personally don't care if you see truth or not. USA is about choices, even if it is the choice to remain ignorant. Your aluminum foil hat is a bit crooked, better straighten that.
  14. It's all in every agreement you make all the papers you sign. All EULA has it as well as loan agreements, phone app installs, literally everything. Next time you get a chance read through the license you agree to that is 20 pages long and nobody ever reads it's there. At best you can opt out of some of it with a written statement towards the company in question but not always. Depends on state you live in when it comes to the United States of A.
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