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[BBC] RIM faces compensation lawsuits over Blackberry outage

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Blackberry customers in the US and Canada are suing Research in Motion over the recent global outage which left millions without email, instant messaging and net access.
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Booo hoo my blackberry didnt work for four days. Now im going to try an destroy the company who created the device and if everyone wins then the price of our phones will do up ... FYI i own an android device
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Repost, sorry mate.

Although I agree with you, pathetic is the word that comes to mind!
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Booo hoo my blackberry didnt work for four days. Now im going to try an destroy the company who created the device and if everyone wins then the price of our phones will do up ... FYI i own an android device
That's America for you! It you can take advantage of others and steal their money it is perfectly acceptable and moral.

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That's America for you! It you can take advantage of others and steal their money it is perfectly acceptable and moral.

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It started in Canada.
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It started in Canada.
It says that the US is involved as well apparently.

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That's America for you! It you can take advantage of others and steal their money it is perfectly acceptable and moral.

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That's a world problem, not just america trust me.
    
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That's a world problem, not just america trust me.
Try suing someone in Europe for a stupid reason. People will laugh at you.

Like the McDonald's coffee thing... Lol.

I guess Apple is an exception though.

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Like the McDonald's coffee thing... Lol.



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If you knew the details in the mcdonalds coffee case you wouldn't be laughing. My first year of college we discussed the case and the coffee was at temperatures that are unsafe causing severe burns on the genitalia. You laugh now but if the shoe was on the other foot it wouldn't be so funny. mcdonalds settled for a reason, and now don't keep their coffee at the extreme temps than they did previously.
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If you knew the details in the mcdonalds coffee case you wouldn't be laughing. My first year of college we discussed the case and the coffee was at temperatures that are unsafe causing severe burns on the genitalia. You laugh now but if the shoe was on the other foot it wouldn't be so funny. mcdonalds settled for a reason, and now don't keep their coffee at the extreme temps than they did previously.
McDonald's should have paid all her medical bills, refunded the coffee, and paid for the ruined clothes. She should not have gotten a single cent of spending money.

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