Zotero is owned by the George Mason University; it’s entire source code is open source; and there is a great community behind Zotero. It’s very unlikely that Zotero’s development would stop in the coming years and even if it did, others could adopt the source code and continue the development. In addition, it’s unlikely that Zotero would do something you wouldn’t want them to do, . selling your data, strongly increasing prices for the premium services, etc. Zotero is a true non-profit project and the major stakeholders don’t have to worry about generating enormous profits etc.
For past 3 years I had used only DISH TV. I had spent over Rs. 3000 in addition to the purchase cost during this period.
I pay Rs 600 pm for my pack which is said to have all HD channels in the package. But that's not the fact most of it is not available.
Recently I had a problem with the software of my HD STB. When I placed a complaint a technician can from DISH TV local agent. He placed an old repaired STB and a new remote at my site. He demanded Rs 900 to be paid for this and said that the complaint STB will be taken by them. The warranty was for only 90 days.
I don't understand the logic of lifting my complaint STB when I am paying for the replacement.
In the late 6th century, some Latin-speaking churches added the words "and from the Son" ( Filioque ) to the description of the procession of the Holy Spirit, in what many Eastern Orthodox Christians have at a later stage argued is a violation of Canon VII of the Third Ecumenical Council, since the words were not included in the text by either the Council of Nicaea or that of Constantinople.  This was incorporated into the liturgical practice of Rome in 1014.  Filioque eventually became one of the main causes for the East-West Schism in 1054, and the failures of the repeated union attempts.