You are basically saying that to die of old age is more common that terrorism, war/terror kills people of all ages that's why it's so scary. There are 1000x more 70+ who die common types of heart failure like ischemia than 30 year olds
I'm for it would be wonderful data to have, going to be pretty dull to have video all of the staff though, and as is stated above the first thing people wil learn is how to block the cameraview.
as Scotland Yard pointed out [we need] CCTVs in our homes that we aren't able to turn off.
Like a service that let you publish personal video streams on the net. That would be awesome! Let's call it "Anti-Twitch", you from the twitchy triggering fingers of SWAT forces.
Anyways, what you need to do is look at all these costs and decide if it makes sense. It might be cheaper and have more impact to simply subsidize the heck out of plug-in hybrids, or develop a Zipcar style system.
Cars costs a lot, especially in space, that is the biggest subsidize you get. Sure it's a sunk cost for all apartments and houses, but it's still something that we pay a lot of money to maintain and extend. Individual cars will never ever be cheap, it might seem like it's cheap if you think that everyone should have one.
CITILINK BUSES DO NOT OPERATE on Sundays, New
Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day,
Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
I guess now we know why traffic is such a big problem for LA.
And the issue here is pollution, not traffic. These shared cars are electric, so not a problem.
In the spring lots of particles are released from the road, those particles have slowly accumulated during a long period of wet weather. Decreasing traffic reduces the amount of those particles that are launched up into the air, not by much, but hopefully enough to not be fined for it. I guess electric cars help a bit but not enough by a long shot.
There are three ways to solve mobility in cities
2. public transport
Trying to use cars for personal transport has failed for all cities that has tried it.
There was recently a good talk about smog in China. https://www.youtube.com/watch?...
Ah looks like Ubuntu fixed it, things change I guess
"Chrome gathers statistics on how it's used so it's evil and we don't care if it breaks". WTF?
That's not even remotely what the Debian devs said. The Google Devs choose to disable support for anyone who want to have a stable Linux experience, so Ubuntu LTS users won't have Chrome extensions until 2017.
From what I read the dongle is merely the interface from the camera (USB) to the smartphone (USB)..
When did SMOP become the "small matter of electrical engineering and product design"?
Government debt is only one part of it..
Who is to define what is and isn't art and speech? You? Me?
This is humiliation. This is malice. This is revenge. This is greed. This is crime. Revenge porn
Then call it these things. Stop trying to make it something it isn't, and admit you consider stopping these to be much more important than freedom of speech.
Should I be allowed to market stuff with an image of you attach to it? Immaterial rights isn't fun but it does extend quite a lot. Lots of countries have freedom of speech without freedom to sue.
From that site, one of the most important claim is "using unlicensed drivers with some of its services", sometimes getting an unlicensed veichle + driver when you order a Uber drive isn't very good, and I do think the comapny should pay dearly for that. Now there are people who only care about getting cheap services, but in the case of Uber you pay the same amount for a licensed and an unlicensed driver.
The amount of unlicensed Uber drivers seems to be rather small here, but they do exist sadly, and I find it strange that Uber doesn't try harder to fix this problem.
A private comment to your friend
Common power tactic, I'm sure they thought it was really funny and wanted everyone to hear.