I think the Vampires vs. Zombies genre is just now heating up.
I'll only watch if the main character is a popular dead president.
Maybe he'll be the vampire this time.
Company Spokesman: Surely you don't think it's our fault.
Company Spokesman: Especially if it's going to cost us money.
Now I can upgrade the Man v. Neanderthal first-person stabber that I've been working on to a first-person thrower.
Usually we don't discuss these things until they appear on the Bad Astronomy blog.
As a practical matter, it's criminal when a court says it is. Meanwhile we've just got another story on the internet.
Substitute storage array and you might be right. From what I've read, it almost certainly wasn't a trivial amount of data as it included treatment plans, history, etc.. Since it was for a former employee, you have to wonder why they couldn't either just ask for a report to be printed, or something else. It is very hard to believe that this isn't a massive over-reach.
I don't know about that. Right now all we have is the plaintiff's word for it that proper protocols weren't followed. They admit there was a warrant.
Let's get some facts before we jump to conclusions. If we have a story everytime someone cries foul, there won't be enough bandwidth for anything else.
Now if someone gets convicted, or slapped with a zillion dollar fine, then we'll have a story.
They seized 60 million records of 10 million people because of 1 possible tax cheat?
Maybe they confiscated the disk drive.
Let us know when you have the other side of the story.
You forgot to mention the girls.
What most people want is a place where they can have everything and do anything, and not suffer any negative consequences.
Some idealists apparently aren't aware that Utopia means "nowhere".
Bell will likely owe some law firm some bucks.
Assuming it works like it does in the USA.
I've long noticed that ants seem to have a predilection for electricity. They crawl all over electrical conduits, enter homes at electrical outlets, etc.