Every time "the state" does something to violate personal freedoms, ask yourself, do you question enough everything they do? They start small but it all leads to things like this or worse. To keep your "questioning muscle" read some extreme libertarian blogs regularly, like Christopher Cantwell's (google it).
Like former soviet dissident Vladimir Bukovski said, political correctness is a modern day "gulag".
I say the industry should stop being scared of these political correctness bullies.
And exercise of arbitrary bureaucratic "powers" such as in his case is the answer to all problems because?..
I consider governments unsavory and want them to be removed from our lives.
Perhaps it is time for these services to move to friendlier jurisdictions, with less red-tape/bureaucracy.
Isn't it against European Union laws on freedom of cross-border trade or what's it called properly?
Libertarianism is not a "political agenda" it is rather an agenda of getting rid of politics, politicians and their messing with your life and property.
These people have too much of taxpayers' money on their hands.
After this, how can you trust the government to do anything for you?
So, because you DESERVE and are ENTITLED to your "job security" and high salary (no matter your qualifications etc.), other people do not deserve a shot at it? Interesting logic. There is a shortfall. Try running a business and find some people to hire who really know what they are doing, not just call themselves programmers.
Now they got you arguing about technical details of the issue, making you accepting this state-imposed bullshit healthcare implicitly.
Isn't this the familiar anti-bitcoint prick? Right... http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/06/08/us-financial-bitcoins-idUSTRE7573T320110608 Fucking fascists.
So, airport security checks are useless and no more than a waste of taxpayers' money. Time to scrap TSA and the likes around the world.
Chrome's viewer seems to be able tot handle every PDF I've ever encountered. So no reason to use those third-party plugins.