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Why is this domain a profitable and successful investment?

First of all, this is a very short domain name, and accordingly your clients will not need to remember it for a long time, or write it down somewhere so as not to forget it.

    EXTRA SHORT LENGTH - the length of the name of this domain up to .com is only 4 characters. Today it is extremely difficult for find and buy a domain name of such a length in the .com domain zone. In general, the cost of short domain names can reach 10`s thousands US dollars at auctions.
The first stage of healthcare business process is finding people(to your organization), locating, contracting, installing, orchestrating, monitoring, etc, depending on what you need, and then selling.<|endoftext|>Edward Snowden's legal team has filed official objections to a new NSA court decision in which justices strongly denied his request for immunity in the case of his whistleblower charges. In an annual filing, the government is arguing that "NSA is unable to establish that allowing Edward Snowden, and thus the entire Government, to escape prosecution for, and solve this case in his own defense would be inconsistent with Article III, Section 3, Clause 5 of the Constitution." The filings are making headlines at the moment for the following reasons. First, the Constitutional issue comes explicitly before the FISA court, the court which oversees U.S. intelligence activities abroad. Second, the FISA court is responsible for deciding whether the drone program is in keeping with the Fourth Amendment, the only applicable provision of the U.S. Constitution. The document Snowden apparently leaked (and the news outlets reported on) was a legal memorandum produced by the FISA court, an extraordinary attempt to bypass this court and stymie any motion to notify Congress of the government's unconstitutional acts. So far, the government has continued in a fury of legal reasoning to maintain that Snowden resides overseas, in a country where it is safe for him to remain and live and survive, unable even to contact lawyers or family members. In fact, however, Pablo Martinez Monsivais writing at the Electronic Frontier Foundation has the Bloodhound Blog digging through some newly declassified documents and finds a previously unknown Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between plaintiffs and the government concerning individuals who are taken off the radar of civilian court proceedings. The documents include MOU agreements between parties stemming from the Snowden case. The documents available here: MOTION to Amend FISA Cases by copy. 116 MOUs (2007-2013) MOTION to Amend FISA Cases (2012-2014) and Supplemental Memorandum by copy This case necessitated extensive search of the digital evidence stored by plaintiffs. We have found a number of renewed declarations in two additional FISA proceedings. Below are direct links to the PDF files within. You can recognize the mistakes in the over 300 documents and the system failures that clouded the matter to begin with. FISA Court Determinations So Far 2012 Appellants Application for TRO and Motion for Order Enjoining the Use of Applications, Rules, Procedures, and Other Documents by Intercept Agents or Plaintiffs (Corrected digital copies provided) Order enjoining use of applications, rules, procedures and other documents by the government to collect electronic communications of US persons pursuant to US laws (Corrected Second: Citing Order from April 27, 2013) Order 420(b)-B - Commonwealth of Virginia Plates 13 and 20 - in filings March 22, 2013 - (Corrected digital copies provided) Baltimore 7 Instructions for Indexing Electronic Documents But Non-Appellant Peace, or Constantinople: CIA Technical Assistance Manual, Featuring 56 E.V.S., (Corrected Chapter 9) Traffic Control Device-Undetermined Suspects, Binding Executed D-Mail Receipt (Corrected Edition) Certification for the United States of America and Eric Lichtblau