Islam is a peaceful religion, that's why followers just went out of their way to do this. And in Canada we had two terrorist attacks(one in Quebec), and another on Parliament Hill in two days.
Well, Christianity is a peaceful religion too. Perhaps that explains the Crusades and the Spanish Inquisition.
Not to Godwin a discussion, but same argument for the research the Nazis did on twins. Some of it is good, useful information. But nobody will touch it because of its source.
Really? Are you suggesting the content of his physics lectures somehow derived from his alleged sexual harassment of students? I'm trying to envision a physics experiment whose successful outcome depends on someone being harassed, but I'm having difficulty doing so.
do they need a warrant to open your bag you are carrying or wallet?, or anything that can hold other things?, why should cellphones be different?
Because you could have a weapon stored in the bag or even a large wallet that could be a danger to the arresting officer. If cellphones were larger and had the potential for secret compartments in which weapons or other dangerous materials could be stored, then I'd agree with your analogy and suggest that the physical devices could be searched as well. But there's no reason an officer should be able to search data stored on the device absent a warrant.
Works for me!
It looks like a pay site, but only $4.99 for a subscription. Can anyone confirm if it's legit?
Anyhow, there's a technical solution to every technical problem. In this case, a viewer that changes one pixel subtly every time an image is viewed would make hashes like this useless.
While I agree with most of what you say up to that point, I am a bit puzzled by your last paragraph. What "problem" is being solved by your "solution" exactly?
As great as any new technology is, I hope this is antiquated by law changes before the technical application machines become practical.
You mean you think it should be legal for people to drive while stoned?
contraception doing in a Biology textbook? Shouldn't that be taught in Health class?
Ummm, isn't health a subunit of biology? I've never had a class called "health" in my entire education.
Some law-enforcement experts say the NYCLU is going beyond civics lessons and doling out criminal-defense advice.
So wait, we're assuming that they're all criminals to begin with?
The even more peculiar conclusion that can be drawn from this is that these "law-enforcement experts" think there's something wrong with offering criminal defense advice in the first place.