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Reading is a city in Pennsylvania.
And in Berkshire.
Doesn't that block the cookie that logs the fact you've clicked away the annoying banner, so you get the banner every time you go to that news site that someone's randomly linked from TDWTF?
Does the CJEU not understand the concept of "dynamic"?
Underlying the ruling is the fact that paired with a time, ISP's can be queried as to who had that IP address then.
Does your forum software store IP addresses?
That's not what the Dunning-Kruger effect is about. Specifically, it's nowhere near as absolute as people typically portray it. What the researchers found is that some people of low competence believe themselves to be more competent than they are because they don't know what they don't know, and some people of great competence believe themselves to be less competent than they are because they know enough to be painfully aware of what they don't know.
Ok - a more accurate graph (from http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Dunning-Kruger_effect) than the OP would be:
But it spoils the funnies.
Officers in Germany have also warned that anyone who dresses up as a killer clown to scare people may face up for a year in prison.
A year. For dressing up and scaring people.
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