If that was indeed the scenario, why not just delete the account in question?
That's actually incorrect. On public property, in the USA, people have an unabated right to record, regardless of permission. Obviously there are exceptions, such as shoving a camera in your face, stalking, etc, however I can record you in public as much as I like within reasonable limits, even with your expressed desire that I stop. What I can do with that footage is however, more limited.
Just level 85? At this point 100 hour, potentially 75. No way of knowing how many years that was spread throughout, as the game has been out for 6+ years now.
What? I have heard nothing to that effect, and Google's own engineer perk page still lists it (http://www.google.com/jobs/lifeatgoogle/englife/index.html).
It's actually a useful portmanteau of professional and consumer, distinguishing an area of cost and feature above that of a typical consumer and below that of a professional. Usually used in reference to serious hobbyists.
Minor nitpick, the wind blowing is one of the most important themes in the series. It has an extremely strong connection with the wheel turning.
There's a different between being Hyperactive and being uncontrollably hyperactive. A normal child can sit still, while a child with ADHD is physically incapable of such an action. If you had done more than cursory reading on the subject, it is immediately evident that there is a difference in degree.
The jokes in question were not made in the airport. They were made much earlier, while still in Britain. DHS just ran around like a chicken with its head cut off. The inability to confirm whether "destroy" is British slang, or that the other tweet in question was a Family Guy quote is absurd.
Assuming your friends and/or relatives are also into technology, why not keep the card relatively simple, but throw in an easter egg or two? Just as an example, embed a RFID chip and have it setup to react to NFC's embedded in phones. Include a subtle hint on the card, and perhaps make a puzzle out of it.
Incorrect. Once they are in view of something, the Plain View Doctrine kicks in. As in, if they see it, it's admissible.
There's a fun mental glitch that occurs while typing and subvocalizing. If your typing speed exceeds your subvocalization, you suddenly realize how incredibly out of sync your mind and body are. Similar to deja vu.
The technology exists though and from what I've seen isn't incredibly difficult (although I may be misinformed) to replicate, so I have to wonder why they didn't do so.
Ok, but the correct response was to send a DMCA counter-notice. DMCA Safe Harbor requires them to take down infringement, unless a counter-notice is filed.
Are you kidding? More than 70% of attendees received financial aid in 2010. Are you suggesting that a Harvard english major is a member of the one percent?
Google wanted the patents to protect themselves from Apple et all, by joining them in an alliance, they would be unable to use those patents to protect themselves.