Can they use a standard dimmer knob, or do you have to replace it with something else?
maybe some, but they ran fiber right to my room in a 100 person apt building in NYC in about 2010.
Eh, I consent to a search BECAUSE I have nothing to hide, and then get on with my life.
And I'd imagine a few others based on state constitutional protections, but now it is a federal rule. Seems to be the right decision, but it will be interesting to see if some states put up systems to fast track search warrants now to speed up the process, thereby lowering the amount of judicial review.
Any change to the law has to start with a lower court ruling somewhere.
Most jobs of any significance require you to give your finger prints up anyway. Not a big deal if they want to put my ID photo in the big computer as well.
You are thinking of Project X.
Agreed. I'm never trying to type in "ducking" on my iphone.
I'm actually surprised you don't see more cell phones that allow for 2+ lines/sim cards.
Unless they want to turn off every light and computer on campus, they are still regularly using coal energy.
If there is a warrant out for my arrest or a license plate is reported stolen, this system can identify it much faster than the old license plate over the radio. This seems to allow the police to stop and question people that they have a legit reason to do so, not just because you crossed the center line.
Most people lock their phones these days. Why is there not a function that I can find the owner's info (whatever they want to put there) and an ICE (In Case of Emergency) number.
Or more so, if I come upon an injured person, it would be nice to let someone know (besides 911) that they are injured.
If I find a phone, what can I do with it if I want to return it? This has happened a few time in cabs. Now days I just give it to the driver and it is now his windfall/problem.
There actually many ways I can kill someone and it is not murder, or even illegal.
And I don't even live in Florida!
This is an interesting point, but it does lead to another problem/cost. If you don't have the threat of a death sentance, then you can't get evil people to take a life without parole sentence without a trial. No one take a Life-WO-parole sentence, no matter how guilty they are, unless there is something worse on the table.
Take this case for instance:
There is no way this dude doesn't take Life-WO-parole sentence without a trial if the death penalty was an option (he got something like 500 years after trial). Those no-death sentence cases cost taxpayer money as well.
But human contact and external stimuli in a physical separation situation would required a greater cost. Spending more on prisons is not high on anyone's radar but the ACLU.