One potential suspect on a network and the cops suddenly want the capability to spy on the whole network unimpeded? That sounds like a GREAT idea. Oh, wait...
It's not the culture, it's the supportive society and power they're lamenting the loss of. The more deaf there are the more pressure they can exert politically for support, the more people the deaf have with which to share something in common, and the more they can feel special/different/unique/etc. It's 100% selfishness on the part of the deaf community; particularly for those which cannot utilize the implants for various reasons. They're attempting to use political correctness to equate handicap to beauty instead of individuality to beauty.
Gah, the day I don't have mod points.
But if you rule out a reasonable amount of everything else, attempting to treat depression may give results.
Agreed, double dipping on "private" profits and public funds seems a little...what do they always call the private sector?...Oh yeah, greedy.
Minimal casualties. It wasn't bloodless.
You mean more than it already does loaded with armor?
Yet, somehow, no one else needs that same right?
I think he got it right. She wants freedom from CIA snooping. I think that's good for all of us.
1st Amendment acknowledges a right. Suppressing the video is suppressing the right.
But how long until they're ordered to scrub any page containing it from the search results?
I defend it, but I'm not a user. Several departments around here are known for less-than-above-board tactics to uphold the status quo.
Be careful with strictly answering "no." They'll ask questions like "do you mind if I...?" to get around that. Sometimes full answers like "I do not consent" work best.
Nope. I was young, and every bit of the money I had at the time went to defending the bullshit misdemeanor charge against a falsified report (ended up being reduced to a no-point infraction because I had no money to actually go to court). I brought it up to my lawyer and her response was lackluster.
It wasn't for safety, I was sitting on a squad car hood 20' away. It was "for inventory purposes."