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Comment: Re:The liberal gun blinders (Score 1) 138

How do you fight for anything. I haven't seen you gun toters out there protecting anything, I see you out there saying having a discussion about gun control being unconstitutional.

Stop acting like you have done ANYTHING heroic in the fights for civil rights of an kind. All our wins have been from NON VIOLENCE.

Comment: Re:14th Amendment (Score 2) 284

by Holi (#46604121) Attached to: U.S. Court: Chinese Search Engine's Censorship Is 'Free Speech'

"The US Constitution, and it's amendments, do not apply to citizens of another sovereign country"

I disagree, If they are on US Soil then yes Constitutional protections apply. Why you say, because the Constitution does not define peoples rights, it limits the governments power. Yes it only applies in America but it applies to ALL in America.

Remember according to our governing philosophy our rights are not granted by the government but are innate.Thus ALL people have them not just American Citizens.

Comment: It all rests on Valve (Score 1) 535

by Holi (#46590525) Attached to: Facebook Buying Oculus VR For $2 Billion

With the loss of good will from those who supported Oculus I am guessing it all comes down to whether Valve will continue to support it. Since it is common knowledge that Valve has a working prototype of their own, who thinks Valve will dust that off and drop Oculus support. I think it would be a 1 - 2 punch, they would kill any reason to pick one up and probably absorb all the disillusioned Oculus fans. Since Valve is interested in an open platform for gaming and seeing as how they have support for all the major OS's it should be and easy decision.

Come on Gabe, throw us a bone.

Comment: Re:No expectation of privacy (Score 2) 405

by Holi (#46561751) Attached to: L.A. Police: <em>All</em> Cars In L.A. Are Under Investigation

If a police officer followed you constantly throughout the day would you be alright with it? Because the courts are not, it requires a warrant, otherwise it's called harassment and is illegal. How does changing the surveillance to an electronic type alter the law. This falls under surveillance abuse, a form of harassment.

Surveillance abuse is the use of surveillance methods or technology to monitor the activity of an individual or group of individuals in a way which violates the social norms or laws of a society.

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