Will we be asked to install the Ask Toolbar every time we plug in an Ethernet cable too?
Except constitutional free speech only applies to the government. YouTube can prevent you from saying whatever they want.
Did you even read the TechCrunch article? They are clearly not similar at all.
ISPs often have local monopolies that don't apply to car manufacturers.
Isn't that the point of the whole post? Is it that unlikely that sites would start using a file on their own server as a proxy to load ads via?
Could have Yelp hash the names of the reviewers and have Mr. Hadeed hash the names of his customers then the judge could compare the list of hashes. Ok, it's not perfect but it could eliminate some of the legitimate reviews from further scrutiny.
What's your point? If they are indeed fake customers, I bet Mr. Hadeed gets a lot of money from his libel suit. If they are real customers I expect they will get fuck all.
Paying people (in the form of discounts) for good reviews really isn't much better.
By "in the clear" you just mean legally. The business owner now knows exactly who you are. What happens if they try and get revenge on you?
If it's legitimate amnesia the body has ways of making you remember.
I still don't understand these privacy concerns. I can't think of many public places I could go near where I live where I wouldn't be being recorded anyway. As soon as I step outside my front door I am being recorded by at least two neighbours security cameras and many businesses have them too. I am not saying this loss of privacy is acceptable, just that the Google Glass doesn't really make it any worse.
So, according to you, every time you scan for wireless networks on your computer you are violating the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act?
That is like saying anyone who makes realistic paintings is plagiarizing the natural world. There is nothing wrong with using your talents to create a copy of something that already exists using a new medium.
And you sell products, not franchises. The art and music for obsolete games should clearly be public domain even if derivative works are not allowed to be advertised as "Mario" to prevent brand dilution.
Why not make a new style of game rather than ripping off the work of previous sidescrolling platformers? In fact why not make an entirely new form of entertainment rather than simply copying what previous game designers have done?