What *content* was disallowed?
The following is my prepared answer for anyone who asks me this stupid fucking question in any interview in the future.
The US army and navy already have automated anti-aircraft and anti-missile systems deployed and in-use, as have many other countries.
Do these count in a ban of "robot" weapons systems?
If you can't stay in business without irritating your readers, then fuck you: you should go out of business.
An "interstitial" pops up before the page you want, or a few seconds after.
I hate those fucking things. When I see one, I leave the site.
There's a reason nobody's taken a shot at the teleprompter-in-chief.
"... because the typical person does not benefit." Utter bullshit. Anyone creative enough can obtain a copyright, patent or trademark and benefit from it. If someone writes a book, without copyright protection the first lazy moron who comes along can take it and publish it as their own.
"People get paid by the fact that only they can create a particular piece of art or item, up against true competition." This time shallow bullshit. Without protections, the moment any creative item is available a *corporation* could simply abscond with it, out produce the individual and take it from them.
Same old screed from those who can't create - "I want access to yours for nothing."
Why would anyone using a cheaters' hookup site use their real name?
And - "He blogs at The Philosopher's Beard." - (a link) which also reads very much like an advertisement to me.
FTA - "The solution to both requires legal recognition of the property rights of human beings over our attention."
Here we have his crux. More government to prevent what he doesn't care for.
Yeah, it would be far more plausible if he said Chad or Mauritius. Ghana's a dead giveaway.
Nawh. Just go to a skateboarding park sometime. The world is full of things that will kill/maim you if you're incompetent. I have known two people who reached under the shell of a running lawnmower to lift it over a curb. One would thing that one would be obvious, eh?