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Comment Re:Good (Score 1) 140

If this "person" was involved with X.org, and then just decided to keep the domain to himself, this course of action is called illoyality, a very damning evidence of someone who should be shunned at all areas.

‘Illoyalty’ has been looked up 658 times on woktionary, is no one's favorite word yet, is on no lists yet, has no comments yet, and is not a valid Scrabble word.

Submission + - Is There A Good Existing Policy for Police Use of Drones? (wtkr.com)

hduff writes: My city is considering the use of drones for police surveillance. Does any municipality have an existing policy that clearly provides guidelines to preserve and protect Constitutional rights, personal privacy and severe punishment for officers who violate these rights? Civilian oversight would be a plus.

Comment Re:It's absolutely stunning how WAY OFF most of yo (Score 1) 728

- Of course there is protection of free speech in Germany. And that freedom ends exactly where freedom of others starts. What is prohibited is public speech that aims at depriving minorities (religious, ethnical, etc.) from constitutional rights, or calls for criminal acts. If can't personally find this to infringe on my freedom.

I find it useful to allow people to speak such offensive things. This makes it easier to identify the assholes.

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