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Who are you to "allow" or disallow anyone to do anything? People are free. Stop reflexively using government and police to bully everyone every second of their lives by default.
We could get rid of most traffic "laws" regardless of Teslas. We don't need a whole code of laws and penalties for everything everyone does. Change them from "laws" with penalties and police enforcement of every minute detail to "rules" with police enforcement reserved for recklessness and drunk driving.
People would drive more-or-less the same way they do now. No one wants to crash, and recklessness would still be punished by law. Police would be freed up to actually police bad guys instead of fundraising off of regular drivers.
So, maybe [our driving actions] should be policed.
The justification for policing actions is "danger". When danger is less, there's less justification for policing actions.
Driving is safer due to little things like mandatory seatbelt laws.
Seatbelts help in crashes because of "actions" the same as they help in any other type of crashes. Danger is less.
Just because driving is safer now than ever before does not justify someone txting on a phone while driving.
But it does justify less aggressive policing of driving in general. We shouldn't have to bear the burden of enforcing as many rules and having them enforced upon us when the dangers are low and dropping all the time.
I swear I didn't bring it. It flew there itself.
When the studies find out notifications aren't distracting, no one tells you about those studies.
These types of headlines tend to lead to suggestions of more driving restrictions. But driving has never been safer. We don't need our every minute policed by punitive government overseers. We need fewer citizen/police interactions -- those interactions can be very dangerous.
then Google can't use this technique. Personally, I hope Apple gets more similar patents. Because unlike Google, Apple has promised not to sell my info to advertisers. Worst case, Apple breaks their promise and becomes as bad as Google.
When antineutrinos are found, Iran will be sent a strongly worded letter protesting the resumption of their nuclear weapons program.
every year there are close to 140,000 jobs requiring a CS degree, but only 40,000 U.S. college graduates major in CS, which means that 100,000 positions go unfilled by domestic talent
Is this statistic really true? Are those 140,000 net new jobs, or just job openings that exist for some period of time during the year?
The article cites but does not link to a source for this statistic.
Also, a CS degree is a long, tough slog through dull material that has dubious relevance to most jobs that require a CS degree.
Because the world would come to an end if a 20 meter section of road burns.
I'd like to assemble the spacecraft myself.
Unless there's a short-haired lesbian wookie I'm boycotting. We need to stand strong for tolerance.
The summary clearly associates an increase in people of a specific skin color with more crimes. You are correct that it doesn't say "causes", but the skin-color/crime association is clearly made. Making statements that associate skin color with crimes is called bigotry in other cases. It should be treated the same here.