Obviously not. Which merely makes the point about trolls even stronger.
Internet access outside of the major metropolitan areas sucks today. Will the ISPs threats make it worse? Maybe.
But since US internet access is far, far worse than the rest of the world, it matters not in the long run.
I'm sorry, but no Connecticut (US) municipal department can sign an agreement like that without being in violation of the Connecticut Freedom of Information Act. Any contract, documentation, or proposal involving a municipality is a public document.
Too bad, so sad.
... while standing at the door of the hen house.
Walmart made $13bln US in profits last year
'The anticompetitive conduct of Visa and the banks forced Wal-Mart to raise retail prices paid by its customers
I've read the marketing fluff
Follow the gold, and show me the money.
He [Michael Hayden] is currently a principal at the Chertoff Group, a security consultancy co-founded by former Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff. Hayden also serves as a Distinguished Visiting Professor at George Mason University School of Public Policy and was elected to the Board of Directors of Motorola Solutions effective January 4, 2011.
Since the law has been passed almost the entire implementation has been up to the administration.
I think you meant:
Since the law has been passed almost the entire implementation has been up to the bureaucrats.
He can't speak on this matter most likely due to having been issued an National Security Letter
"... when the Congresscritters made this legal via the Patriot act."
Vote them out AND remove their lifetime, taxpayer-funded, free health care.
See how fast the health care system gets fixed.
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Required a wooden stake.
The simple fact that none of the anti-gun people will even attempt to start the amendment process is proof that they don't think the pre-purchased congresscritters agree with them.
Population of Japan: ~128 million
Estimated Illegal Downloads: 4.38 billion
That works out to be a 34 songs per person per year in Japan. Somehow the mathematics just aren't there
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