None of what they are unable to do now even requires computers. Just get out your fucking pencils and carry on.
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Why do you think it is so unlikely? I happen to believe it is a fait accompli.
Saying the government shall not mandate it will not prevent it happening. The law should read:
"No manufacturer of an electronic device or software shall build into such device or software any mechanism that allows bypassing encryption or other privacy settings."
The webpage linked shows precisely ONE router model. Or, am I blind?
As long as there are investors who think this case will pay off, the case will go on.
All this talk of choppers lately inspired me to rent Blue Thunder from Netflix.
"a relatively small and affordable CNC milling machine that could easily manufacture the lower receiver of an AR-15"
"a relatively small and affordable CNC milling machine" STOP.
I love how media likes to paint something as evil if it can be remotely associated with the subject of their agenda.
It's a milling machine. Just like a hammer is a hammer.
I was at the Museum of Natural History in DC a few weeks ago and got hit in the face more than once with those stupid things. I complained to the curator's office before I left, and I'm glad I'm apparently not alone in doing so.
Nobody's going to run off with your camera. Just ask someone nearby to take a photo of you.
The batteries must be replaced or recharged:
1) When the transmitter has been in use for more than 1 cumulative hour; or
2) When 50 percent of their useful life (or for rechargeable batteries, 50 percent of their useful life or charge) has expired, as established by the transmitter manufacturer under its approval.
This has zero chance of becoming law.
Okay, good work. But in their model, do they make the assumption that everyone on the continent is trying to make for Glacier National Park? Because, now that they've told everyone that's what they should do, I think their model should account for that.