Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
The first amendment doesn't apply.
If two private parties agree via contract to not talk about something then it's a contractual issue not a constitutional issue.
To be unable to distinguish between reality and fantasy is insanity. That is the cause of the violence not some silly game.
Every new art form goes through a blame period. Remember when rock and roll was blamed for causing people to rape and kill?
With the setup you mention there's almost an infinite amount of solutions. Tape, twist ties, tubes, velcro, hooks, labels, etc.
Almost anything will work. Basically you have a laziness problem. When you ran the cable you didn't label it, or loop and tie, or use a cable hook, or do anything.
I use hooks for mouse and keyboard. Long net cables are wound and tied. Power cables are velcroed together near the PDU.
Honestly all you have to do is anything but what you're doing is adding cables with no organization.
When you're up to thousands of cables come back and we can talk about extreme solutions.
You're talking about an unprotectable group. It doesn't matter how strong the door and locks are if the person inside opens it without checking who's there.
Every baby pirate goes through a phase where they download everything they can because well they can.
Even after that phase wears off so many things are downloaded that never get unpacked. Since the opportunity cost is almost zero why not down load something that you think you might maybe like. There's no downside to downloading it and never touching it.
They don't allow voice apps because they don't want people coordinating attacks with them.
It's impossible to coordinate something with irc, or email, or im, or twitter, or facebook.
The 7th circuit is in the US. Thus they've been court tested in the US.
EU Betty only trusts OP Sue. RP Nancy doesn't trust OP Sue. Thus OpenID is not universal. It breaks very simply without trust.
By your logic every case has to make it to SCOTUS or it doesn't matter.
And that's it. Try again when you understand the legal system.