All of them (including Facebook, for completeness) are fighting over who gets to invade our privacy the most. Screw them all.
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Too bad we can't get to the moon anymore.
All of those examples are murder. You, and the police, are only permitted to use lethal force if you are in immediate danger. Or against an intruder in your own home, in some states.
Not saying those cases wouldn't be morally justifiable, but they are definitely not allowed.
Like, say, blowing up random people with drones. And then blowing up the people who come to investigate the first explosion.
LinkedIn built their business by spamming. They're easily the worst of the lot.
... which is filmed in Ireland and other European locations.
That may be so, but certainly not because they'd miss Big Gov.
Probably because there just aren't all that many people in the 1st world who are truly going hungry.
Total government expenditures in the US were around 10% of GDP in 1930. Was the US a lawless hellhole at 10%?
Cause it's around 40% today.
A libertarian wouldn't give Congress enough power to have any impact on those companyss operations. It's only a benefit to buy politicians when they can actually make laws that benefit you and screw everyone else.
Which was exactly the pretext Hitler used to invade Czechoslovakia. And then took over the rest anyway.
It's more likely the NSA would hack Verisign, take their keys, and use them to create whatever certificates they want. And if you think they care about what happens to Verisign as a result, I have a bridge to sell you.
"this person" is the lead dev. Which is why systemd has such bad design decisions. Sadly it seems we're stuck with it. And hey, it boots fast.
Honestly, you should treat any border like this. Take only disposable devices. Access any needed data via a VPN once inside the country.
Mine can't even start a swap partition if it's in fstab, if it happens to be an LVM volume. So glad distros decided it was production ready.