Pay for the test and stick the bill on the criminal.
Baby step? Do you know what I do for gaming?
TF2 and Minecraft.
Both insanely popular.
YEAR OF THE LINUX DESKTOP.
That's fine, but understand that your use case does not represent the majority of the market.
You should pick up Metroid if you haven't though, I'll let you borrow it and see if... you.. like it...
Until consoles fit in a CD case sized space, that is a stupid suggestion.
"Hey guys, whoever declines a job offer from facebook gets half a mil."
Then it's a contest.
Yes, violations that restrict innovation should be dealt with more harshly.
To be frank, the all-nude Swedish IT shops I've been to don't discriminate based on gender or sexual orientation.
But it is already possible
Seven? Talk about a late start!
What did they teach you in kindergarten, long division? *snicker*
Excuse me? A private company which I have no business with is degrading the performance of my communications between myself and another party.
Aren't denial of service attacks like that illegal?
The point was, either way you aren't going to get arrested.
And there are legitimate causes for concern if you are irradiated, and while you may not be breaking the law there is a possibility that you are oblivious to it, in which case you should be informed.
"Do you know that you're irradiated?" is a question I'd like to have asked of me if I didn't know i was irradiated.
So, as a member of the "flying public", you have reduced your expenditure towards that form of travel because of the scanners, and you are simultaneously claiming that the "flying public" doesn't care about scanners?
Corporations stand to lose business if they gain a reputation of being too invasive. The TSA, being a government agency does not directly rely on the people they infringe on for income. also, the TSA has managed to insert itself into every single commercial airport in the US.
Competition is a good thing, especially in this case.