In fairness, the "in-situ" materials are the components inside the 3D printer, not materials in the immediate vicinity.
Sounds like the no true schoolbus fallacy.
Have Hollywood fallen so far
Why are you presuming 'unconscious'? That's a separate issue from whether or not someone is racist.
Nobody is being "backdoored" here except as required by law.
An unconstitutional law is actually not a law at all.
Correct. Exactly like the post it was in response to.
It worked in Panama...
Denmark is a member of NATO, so if the US attacked Denmark militarily, the US (along with the rest of NATO) would be obligated to come to Denmark's aid and repel the aggressors.
Maybe we could all pause for a moment, take a deep breath, and:
Acknowledge that while racism does still exist, society is doing pretty good when you need clever experiments and (in this case) advanced technology to be able to measure it objectively.
The glass is half full.
You may have other advantages that you are so completely taking for granted that you do not recognize them.
But the fads change faster still, and this has been obvious to informed people in IT for decades.
Everything web-based since the original HTML has been more about hype than technological substance.
I'm not sure who I would expect to abuse this more, the telecoms or the government.
They certainly aren't terrorists if they don't terrorize anyone beyond their immediate victims. They may well die utterly failing at their objective.
And in Canada we had two terrorist attacks
Those were hate crimes. Terrorism has a political message.
sometimes below average and sometimes above average.