The reason ? Copyright Fraud
By release the 59 tracks on iTune, the songs will be protected under copyright laws for yet another 20 more years."
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The cited article says exactly what you wrote - that the name of the picture is "Nuclear Explosion on Earth from Space." What purpose did you intend for your post to have? Also, why did you post AC? Only logged in users can post on these pre-publication articles.
Not like those corporation give a rat's ass about the constitution or citizen liberties.
Hell, their "stalker economy" business model is partially responsible for enabling the NSA. We can expect them to do everything they can to minimize their exposure on this problem, even if it makes things worse for us regular citizens. It is just serendipity that our interests and their interests are kind of sort of aligned for the moment like they were aligned on SOPA but you don't hear a peep from them about the TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership) treaty negotiations.
In theory, sensors attached to our bodies (and appliances such as the fridge) will send a stream of health-related data -- everything from calorie and footstep counts to blood pressure and sleep activity -- to the cloud
No fucking way. My sensors will send my data to my computer in my house where no one else has access to it. Any automated analysis will be done on my computer where I control who can see the results. Any other design is nothing more than putting the band-wagon ahead of patients' interests.
They get the time extended. Again and again.
So your point is that the concept of a shared culture is something the moneyed interests don't believe in. BFD.
I'm not sure where you're from, but I can speak for the US. We tend to be a fairly individualistic nation (still) and the idea of something being part of the culture as you mentioned is a real hard sell here.
Ever read the US constitution?
Does, "To promote the Progress of Science and useful Arts, by securing for limited Times" ring a bell?
What do you think happens after a "limited time?"
No, your point was that limiting free speech created the nazis.
How nice of you to redefine my point for me. Clearly the event that happened 80 years ago was the creation of the nazi party -- what they actually did after their power was entrenched is not something even worth referring to. Gas chambers, holocaust, world war II, etc not even worth the effort to write about.
Witnesses described it as 'chair shaped'.
However religion is your choice, so it's a perfectly valid basis for criticism, especially if you choose a stupid one.
So any criticism about something the person can change is not bigotry. How convenient for all the assholes of the world.
"It ain't so much the things we don't know that get us in trouble. It's the things we know that ain't so." -- Artemus Ward aka Charles Farrar Brown