Google would load the barges with every book, CD, DVD, film that would fit then tow them to Antigua and make legal copies of it all.
In fact, it may take something this drastic to make video streaming viable.
Check21 drags paper checks into the digital era by declaring that a digital image of a check has the same legal standing as the original paper check. But this is NOT what happens to consumer's checks. Those are converted to ACH debits, sent through a completely different network goberned by different regulations. And these conversions predate Check21 by a couple years.
The only ways the two are similar are: 1) someone takes your money and 2) your check disappears
Then have the NSA use their AT&T "listening rooms" to track down Rachel.
There's already a * code for reporting harassment. It costs money and requires separately filing a police report.
Thing is, the modern Republicans demand strict conformity to an arbitrary standard of political correctness. If you miss out in any dimension, you're a "Republican In Name Only" and they'd rather expel you from their gated paradise.
Yeah, that would be the "One Drop Rule". Something no doubt familiar and comfortable to Republicans.
The Left has their own extreme PC stupidity. My favorite is the documented Undocumented Immigrant.
The tablet gadget I use now is a Nokia N810. Best tablet Apple ever made.
Reminds me a but of the sentiment that cropped up in Western-genre stories where the old-timer sees the frontier close and feels a sense of loss that none of settlers understand.
It mystifies me that there were people who invented a programming language and thought it was a good idea that you turn over control of browser to these programs whenever and wherever it found them. Genius!