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Last week a senior Amazon executive appeared before a US Senate subcommittee and warned that there would be consequences if federal regulators continued to act as a drag on its ambitions to launch a drone delivery service called Prime Air.
Ok, I can understand Amazon doing their testing elsewhere, but I'm not quite sure what the resultant consequence to the US is.
As for the other "reasons", they're dumb and weak.
A male partner touched your leg under a table? C'mon, really now. gender bias right there: imagine a male complaining about the same thing performed by a female: I bet everyone would laugh at him. but noo, when a woman experiences it, it's baaad, it's almost rape! Unacceptable!
That absolutely is gender bias, and a rather terrible one, but I don't understand why you're saying that both men and women should submit to it instead of saying it's unacceptable for anyone.
Will birdshot take out a drone, or should I go with #4 buck?
If you're going to be firing up into the air, maybe you should go with the birdshot out of consideration for other people in the area.
Non-sentient devices will always behave in a predictable, controllable fashion.
I see you don't work in IT.