Yeah, he'd be a Thor loser.
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Or, even more interesting, we can go back and determine the true colour of the dress.
Or, we could just send it to SCOTUS and let them fuck us over like what happened when they said businesses and unions were people.
Interestingly, there may be no parties of standing except Uber and the hackers. The drivers would have to show damages that have already occurred, and cannot recover for conjectured damages in the future by reason of breach of privacy.
So, no link
Good point, but
Snowden's stuff is more provocative, and upsetting, but it's dated.
What we need is transparency. Looks like the only way that's going to happen is if Americans in the "know," step up.
can you use this on trun off HDCP / region lock?
While it is wonderful to see logical thought instead of fearmongering applied to climate change arguments, the chart in your first video is too simplistic.
For example, the Action-Yes boxes don't specify what kind of action (or address the possibility of geoengineering instead of creating regulations). Note that the "default" do-nothing system would include some forms of geoengineering, such as building sea walls and hurricane preparations, especially once the variability of the climate is established.
Another possibility is that (whether GCC=yes or GCC=no), the economic harm caused by enacting regulations may prevent society's progress sufficiently such that solutions to climate change are slower.
I'm imagining a future technology that could be a quick fix to climate change (eg: fusion energy combined with a device that uses the free energy to suck the CO2 out of the air). It is possible that increased regulations will delay this technology to the point that it is too late to use it, due to global instability.
There may be an argument that more money would be pumped into clean-tech using increased taxation in the "yes/action" column, but we've seen how well US politicians choose projects to invest in, at the expense of other potentially viable technology.
Having a weaker economy also weakens our nation's ability to deal with unseen catastrophies, such as meteor strikes. So, it is possible (maybe even just as likely), that action on climate change (in the form of regulation) could result in global catastrophe.
... it's that there are not a WHOLE lot more Mannings and Snowdens.
Leak that shit both from the US and UK.
Secrets are a bitch when 1.) you get caught with one and 2.) it's no longer a secret.
Poor song choice is all.
The issue is that the people who are most harmed by it (middle class and below)
Can you supply a link that shows the harm to this particular group?