I don't know* whether the Constitution applies to illegal aliens or not, but if it does I think it should apply 100% - not just partially. The document was not designed to allow rulers to pick and choose which sections apply and which do not.
* I suppose the question of whether it applies is based on which conditions you must meet for it to apply. Obviously the Constitution only applies on US territory. So given that a person is on US territory, does that person have to be a US citizen to be protected by the constitution, or does just occupying a spot on US land afford a person constitutional protection?
Abandon net neutrality legislation. Forbid municipalities from selling franchise monopolies. Do away with emminent domain. Then any number of solutions will appear on the market - ISPs will compete to lease land from property owners to run infrastructure, neighborhoods and housing associations will cooperate to run their own wires and contract with ISPs to hook into their networks. Multiple ISPs in the same region will actually compete with each other, much like we are seeing with Comcast and Verizon where FiOS is being introduced. And the notion of having the government tell the ISPs and telcos how to carry traffic will disappear.
and hundreds of terabytes per day. Any word on what they're using for a database back-end?
Microsoft SQL Server 2000
Are you also in favor of taking away the First Amendment rights of liars?
I suspect we could learn more if the world used real money rather than monopoly money.
Fixed that for you.
I think it's already there... I got it to actually load 1 out of 6 trys
Well that's why it's slashdotted... people are loading it six times!
I'd rather a profitable, productive company like Hitachi keep the money than the parasitic government.