Not only does a Stingray impair other network user's experiences', but it tracks their usage along with the target's. There is evidence that various law enforcement agencies along with the federal government are actively taking steps to conceal the details of their use of this device from public scrutiny. The government needs to be open with their use of this device and others like it in order to prevent abuse, and to preserve American citizens' Constitutional rights.
This is stupid. When the IAU conference redefined Pluto, they didn't "demote" it, they simply reclassified it to more accurately suit it.
I live in Portland, where cyclists rule the road, yet I don't believe I've ridden a bicycle in six months.
How do you get mod points?
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I don't know why they haven't thought of that. A printer that e-mails the printed paper. But the whole point of this is to be secure so after the paper is scanned, it needs to be shredded. As long as the e-mail is secure. But the fundamental problem is when you are printing something, you usually have it as a file and you want a physical copy.
Carriers can tell where you are without GPS, by seeing how far you are from a tower, and comparing that to how far you are from another.
As well as food, and ammunition
This was what happend 150 years be for the Matrix
Do I have to stop?
Thats gonna be the slogan for the futuristic band of genetically mutated vampires... In the future! You can look forward to it.
I support equal opportunity employers. That being said, I belive that we sould not hire someone for PR reasons. You should not discriminate someone because they are black, but you shouldn't hire them for that reason alone either. If a white male, and an African-american female apply for a job, and the white male is hired because he is better qualified, that is not racist or sexist, it is just selecting the better candidate for the job. Now this should also work the other way around as well. We should not be hiring based on gender, race, ethnicity, religion, or disabilities. We should hire based on qualifications (as well as a few other factors).
How suprising, a big corporate entity failed to follow through.
Nice, this is just what we need. One data base with every American's personal information. As if identity theft wasn't easy enough.
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