He's a celebrity. They have lost some of their rights to publicity due to that status. That doesn't apply to individual high school students - especially if they were the only one in the photo.
If he's using photos of individually identified people and posting them commercially he does. The only exception to that is for news media.
And how many parents sign or click agree to an agreement before entering a high school stadium. The most they could do is construe violating those policies as being trespassing and kick them out. They would still retain rights to the photos they took.
While all that's true, he didn't have a release from the athletes to post their likeness online. That's usually part of the standard parent signature form in athletics (I assume - I'm no athlete) but that would only affect photos taken under authority of the school. So the school has no standing, but the students and their parents might.
Yes. This would be the simplest option. Unless the problem is that the loading software will only do one at a time and this is to make the very slow updates happen in parallel (30 minutes vs. up to 8 hours).
Not entirely. There are some genetic metabolic disorders for which antibodies resulting from vaccines potentially present a serious risk. Not just ASD, but a few other risks. Can't find the journal articles at the moment, but they are out there.
Agreed. My wife may have an MTHFR mutation, which would give any potential future children serious risks to vaccination. Not having enough medical exceptions is what scares me about laws like this. We would have to rely on herd immunity, which of course this law would help with if it weren't for the fact that it would mandate vaccines to people who may be at risk from them.
Because it's most likely overkill if all you want is indexing.
Zardoz, The Room, Birdemic...
I'll second everything but step 3. I would get some standard libraries set up to extract the plain text from each format and make that searchable. Probably much simpler.
Their stupid rewards program is tied to a gift card. And ONLY works on purchases paid via that gift card (which can be auto-reloaded and have balance transfers to it from gift cards you receive as gifts). The answer for most people is not to use their rewards program at all.
colony != individual. If you're having trouble with the word colony, replace it with the word "city" in your mind.
Using your "human" analogy, human colonies survive for thousands of years. Damascus, Syria is over 6,000 years old. If human colonies started dying out, you'd notice.
eleventy billion? Wouldn't that be 110 billion? I guess someone's making up for the bees' absence.