Not where i live there isn't. ( for any of those groups )
They are banned in some areas of the country. But i agree, 'outed' shows a bias against gun owners by the people writing the story.
Thats the nearest equivalent jet in capability to the F-35 - and its actually in production and flying today. The Rafale looks nice buts its a bit long in the tooth now and not at the top of its game.
You may want to familiarize yourself with the concept of rubber hose cryptography.
Granted, the United States Federal Government won't literally beat you with a hose, but they will take away your freedom until you comply with the lawful orders of the courts. The Government will go over your finances with a fine toothed comb, accounting for any and all assets you currently or previously owned, including bitcoin. If you obtained any of those assets via fraud you're going to be on the hook for repayment, plus criminal and civil penalties on top of the fraudulent earnings.
Want to play the "I lost them" card? You can try, but you're still going to be on the hook for the full amount Uncle Sam thinks you owe your victims, plus the aforementioned penalties, and you're not wiping any of that away with a bankruptcy. It will follow you until the day you die.
Bitcoin doesn't spend at the prison commissary, nor am I aware of any reputable criminal defense attorneys that accept payment in bitcoin.
Bitcoins are just an asset, like any other, and if you think the US Attorney's Office can't build an asset paper trail you're in for a rude surprise.
Have fun serving an indefinite sentence in Federal prison for contempt of court if you're ordered to turn over your bitcoin and decline to do so.
Someone has the right to sit on front of a screen all their life and I have the right to think they're a bit of a loser.
And yes , I am sitting in front of a screen myself - I'm paid to. But this is a diversion at work. At home I have better things to do.
Sadly what you say is true.
"If I lost the internet, I don't even know what I would do with my time"
Is there some Looser of the Week competition going on on here that I don't know about?
"Without the web, my life would be much, much smaller and poorer."
I feel sorry for you. Seriously. I use most of the above too but if I lost web access it would be like loosing the TV - annoying but hardly a big deal in the scheme of things. Perhaps you need to find some real life friends and do some more outdoor activities.
Therefore its a meaningless gesture and nothing more than a publicity stunt for the anniversary.
And equating it to human rights is an insult to all the people in the world currently having their rights abused or taken away completely. Oddly enough billions of people manage to live quite fulfilled lives without going near a web browser. The same can't be said for those being oppressed
Which, if it takes about 1 minute to load each one, it will take you a mere 243 years to do the backup.
Newflash - the "we're doing everyone a favour" excuse was a joke 10 years ago. Its just fscking lame now. If someone kicked down your door and smashed up your stuff you wouldn't be thanking them for pointing out you needed a stronger door.
Right , because WordPress was a real threat to civilisation as we know it.
>A simple chalk line in the ground with the text "here starts my
>home" should suffice
And in a lot of places it does. But at least with thieves the motivation is obvious - they want money. With these script kiddies its the equivalent of someone breaking into your house and smashing stuff up just for the sake of it.