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Comment Re:Easy answers (Score 4, Informative) 251 251

This couldn't be more true. Paris, France threatened to sue me if I didn't turn over my domain to them. Somehow they won the UDRP complaint when the requirements include not having threatened to file suit. Thankfully some rather fantastic lawyers helped me keep my domain. It's a scary world and the people with money don't make it any better.

Comment And the simple solution is... (Score 1) 525 525

Don't get stopped by the police in Michigan. If that's not possible, phone out of view. They may be trying to skirt around the 4th Amendment by slurping the phone data, but they can't search your car (for your phone) with PC or a warrant. And I'm sorry, but "most people have a cellphone so I'm going to find yours" is not PC for a search.

Comment Re:GNU/Linux, *BSD, etc. (Score 1) 421 421

I am well aware of this. What I was pointing out was how ludicrous it is for the school to assume that all P2P is illegal when some people pay at least one company to use their fully legitimate and legal BT-based updater. I apologize if you missed that.

Like punning, programming is a play on words.