Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 9th May 2013 16:26 UTC
Legal New Zealand leads the way. "The government has announced a change to planned new patent rules today which has put an end to fears that computer software might be covered by new patent protection." Also, here's the evidence that nobody (except lawyers, (un)paid company lackies, and corporate managers) wants software patents: "Matthews said a recent poll of more than 1000 Kiwi IT professionals found 94 per cent wanted to see software patents gone." Let that sink in for a while: 94%.
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RE: New Zealand, Here I Come
by acobar on Thu 9th May 2013 20:10 UTC in reply to "New Zealand, Here I Come"
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I know nothing about their immigration policies but one thing I know for sure is: they have the most amazing landscapes of all world packed on a surface you are able to travel without expending a year (and a lot of money) to visit. You can actually visit very different environments on a weekend! I am fascinated by their geography and geology.

Know nothing about the citizens though and would miss my friends and members of family, as also my favorite sport (football, the real one, initial, true UK sense).

Edited 2013-05-09 20:14 UTC

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