Yes technically 19 is a "teen" age, but anyone accused of crimes that is older than 18 should be described as an adult. I would maybe extend the reasonability of extending the Teenager label to somebody still in high school even if 18 by calendar timing.
At least I hope it is sarcasm, I wouldn't put anything past Comcast
<forced meta-insert by Comcast net> but they are the most customer focused and patriotic company who only deserves further deregulation </meta-insert>
Not really. Even if your derivative work idea was valid and could be used to stop Verizon, they would just update their Terms of Service (TOS) to explicitly have you grant them this right and waive any claims.
Frankly, while i haven't checked, is very likely that their existing TOS grants them the right to make any change to your traffic they see fit, so it's likely that any derivative work would fail on it's face based on your existing contract.
I think they're just limiting non-logged in access to http, not subscriber (paid) only access.
(I don't see how anyone could forget WW1)
"I buried the murder weapon at gps xxx,yyy"
"I had premeditation in committing my illegal acts"
Then it would definitely be self-incriminating to reveal his passphrase, and if forced to, he could get the conviction overturned on appeal.
A town in Northern Ireland is getting spruced up for the arrival of some special guests. World leaders are gathering in the town of Enniskillen for the G8 summit next month. And to get ready, the town is putting up fake storefronts on shuttered businesses. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Irish Times reporter Dan Keenan about the efforts to make the town look prosperous.
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Using just ROT-128bit (aka ROT-3.40282367e38 or ROT-340,282,367,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000) should keep your data secure for years.
You're point is valid, but it's, at best,a Type D "crime" being punished as a type A "the most harsh society can inflict" and might not even be a good civil suit for mild contract violation.
It's wrong in so many ways, i can't even being to start.
However, while it's not like I've gone to trouble of checking it, it's my understanding that modern password guessing dictionaries are incredibly extensive and have lengthy sections of common key combinations such as single letter repetitions of all acceptable lengths, numeric sequences, and keyboard patterns like qwerty, extended qwerty (qwertyuiop\asdfghjkl;'z), as well as many more folks have been dreaming up for decades now.