You can cross the street without looking both ways and maybe get hit by a car. Oh, sure, you had the right of way. You're still dead, but you had the rogjt of way.
I remember the shock in the US whem the UK decided they could hold your silence against you. You were he heroes, the original English system on which much of the US is based, how sad you are straying.
Additionally, if keys are not incriminatory, why is he in jail for not providing them?
We will. That has happened repeatedly in the past. It is no more logical for us to worry about humanity in 100 years than it would have been for people in 1900 to worry about us today.
Think of how much has been invented -- yet they would have been concerned about horse poop buildup and poop dust all over everything. 'Let's limit use of horses!" slowing the economy and leaving us with, say, 1980 level tech, "helping" absolutely no one.
So, to people 100 years from now. What did we do? Keep a powerful economy so you can have flying cars and autodocs, or weaken and hobble is so you don't?
We are the people in 1900 looking to hobble ourselves to "help" those way off in the future...of 2014.
Thanks for the "help".
I hope Russia will start "arresting" US citizens in the same matter
Well, don't go stealing Russian credit card numbers.
I am not sure what planet you're yabbering from. They made a request. This is the opposite of hijacking.
From DC's point of view, it's called being nice. They need only send a letter agreeing to it, and they get good will. If they are tied up in exclusivity contracts, you have a quick conference call with those other businesses and explain the following: At this point, I would be in favor of an organized boycot of the upcoming Superman/Batman movie
Based on the buff pattern of his hand, he jerks off lefty. Flushing suggests approximately 6.5 hours ago. Computer estimates from wear pattern thinking of one Taylor Swift, body part: nose and upper lip.
It's on its way, people.
This training can be completely subconscious by the trainer, too. A little flinch, slowing down, anything, and the dog reacts because that's what he's trained to do, in addition to actually smelling something.
Various "intelligent" animals that count out the answers to simple math problems were traced to the trainer relaxing after the animal had tapped X times, and the animal saw it and knew it was time to stop tapping. Researchers could predict when the animal would stop tapping by watching only the researcher, not seeing the animal, and not even knowing the question.
Do memory devices have a specific smell or are they just going by human scent?
"It smells like...failure."
If further investigation would never have happened without the prompting of (presumably much more damning) illegal evidence, I submit this form of construction is itself illegal.
I assume they have a quick and easy method to hold the phone or ship it somewhere or provide a mechanism to heap invective on President Obama.
Just like America and Europe were about 150 years ago.
What some cynics in the West call our "race to the bottom", these dirt-floor nations with billions are rocketing upwards in quality, and no doubt length, of life, and they call it a boon, and a "finally, it's about time!" moment.
I'll tell you what -- all it'll take is the FDA causing the delay for one year of a decent cancer or heart disease or diabetes drug, and boom! They've cost more lives than they will have saved since 1938.
The entire concept is a joke because most countries' security are even more intrusive than the US, and abusing spying on their own citizens to the political benefit of the people in power there is long-term standard behavior.
My gripe with the current NSA issues is writing "Ya know, agent, ya really should get a warrant first" on a piece of paper is no barrier whatsoever to a G. Gordon Liddy type spying on citizens for some faction's political gain. I'm trying to stop that which goes on all the time in other countries.
The taint under the balls of the future dictator you will inevitably worship?