I'm sorry but your prescription eyeglasses do not need to have a camera and internet connection. I will call another service.
or, since it is your property and the serviceman is there for you, you can ask him to take them off. This is not difficult and it is nothing that can't already be done using a cellphone.
I wonder if they just overwrite the password hash....
Makes sense, though when I try to view the article, I just get Forbes.com and a grey screen. Can't view the original article for some reason.
The real question is, when did we give the DoD control over domestic actions? The constitution strictly prohibits the military from acting as a policing force on US soil. So, who the hell gave them the right to take down a domestic website?
There is a difference between redaction, which hides material to which you will still know exists but not the actual information and removing information entirely and not notifying the defense and the court.
Actually, having grown up in the South, I would say that most parents "freak out" not because of the heaven/hell issue, but because they are more concerned with what other people think/say about them. Every church I attended growing up was exactly the same way.
To the agents reading this from whatever government agency you may belong to: GO Fuck Yourselves.
ALso, Cochrane was "imagined" in the original series. Season 2 Ep: 2. "Metamorphosis"
The Cochrane bit comes from one of the non-canon books, Federation or some such. Cochrane draws the emblem with a start at the top for "light speed" as the pinnacle of human advancement.
It is also not an "Arrowhead" emblem, it is actually the energy consumption curve of a warp field. The Cochrane energy curve.....
Your address isn't posted on your mailbox/door? Phone number listed in the phone book with your address and name? There is far more available information about you than your email address everywhere you look and perfectly legal to obtain.
So you left your windows open, a guy sees across the street and watches your TV for a few minutes. Then he goes out with some friends and tells them about the show you were watching.
It's only illegal if you are not allowed to see the data. By them making it publicly accessible, he was within the letter of the law. This amounts to poor prosecution and equally poor presiding by the judge.
So how does it work out if I buy a movie and then invite 10 friends over to watch it with me? They didn't pay for it. How does it work if I buy a book and then read it out loud standing on a street corner? The TPB founders are in jail, but by the same logic that was used, J.K. Rowling should be in prison to for having stolen the entire premise for Harry Potter from several authors link