True police state? I don't even think China has made such a brazen move.
This is the test that should be used to determine whether or not a warrant is required.
Where ATF is missing the mark is that these printed guns are already good enough for the planned murder or bank hold up, hijacking, etc, where getting off one or two rounds is all the perp is interested in.
Or did their response mistakenly give us more information than they intended. From their response I'm led to believe that their primary concern isn't included in your list. I might be wrong, but I think they're at last smart enough to realize that untraceable, printed guns would be more likely to be used in these cases. So what does that tell us about their focus?
As the father of a daughter who will be 13 in less than a week, I can say that COPPA was ridiculous in the first place. Like so many laws and regulations in place today, it provides nothing but the illusion of security. To those who believe it accomplished something... Sorry, but you've been had. Your kids likely have every account imaginable and because you're so naive you don't have a clue. Not only that, but because of the restrictions, your kids have been missing out on really good opportunities that they otherwise may have had.
Sadly because of COPPA, we haven't seen many services developed geared towards kids. Our children are likely missing out on huge educational opportunities simply due to the fact that providing internet services to them is such a pain in the ass. Frankly, it pisses me off because in my opinion, the government should have no say over what I allow my daughter to share online. Policing her is my job as her father, not yours. Knowing what I need to know to do so is also my problem. If I were to choose not to, that would be my own problem.
Why not just tap into the 99% of computer science graduates that are don't deserve their degrees?
In my experience, the answers on Stack Overflow are examples of a particular usage, instead of documentation of the usage of a particular function or class. The MSDN documentation serves it's purpose when you specifically need to know how something works, but Stack Overflow functions much better when you need to know what to use to accomplish a specific task.
What would you expect Microsoft do? Preconceive every possible use of the
Where instead of witches we have shooters, and bombers.
Where shall we erect the gallows?
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In their eyes, they do need to shut the whole thing down to preserve chain of evidence.
Unless, you permit connectivity between the clients on your vlan'd public WIFI and Doc HolierThanThou has his laptop connecting to the public WiFi.
Bah... The data was encrypted! I used a substitution cipher along with this "ASCII" table I found.
On 19 September, the lab announced that the US Energy Department (DOE) had granted the $40 million experiment “mission need” approval, a first step towards eventual funding. Last month, a second muon experiment, called Mu2e and priced at $200 million, received a second stage blessing from the DOE.
The g-2 experiment will focus on an anomaly in the spin rate of a muon within a magnetic field, which some theorists believe is evidence that supersymmetry could resolve problems in the Standard Model. Meanwhile, the Mu2e experiment, which aims to begin taking data in 2019, will sift through many trillions of muons to see if any happen to spontaneously morph into their cousins, the electron — something that is almost entirely forbidden under the Standard Model."
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If you were paying your way to a PhD working at McDonalds, would you have the spare change to get tech certs?