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"Either revenge porn is illegal because people, including this man, have a right to control their image or pictures are the sole property of those that created it and revenge porn is as legal as posting pictures of this jackass in the paper."
Irrelevant, since the complaint was not about revenge porn per se. The FTC went after him for "unfair business practices", i.e. he was using the images for extortion.
PayPal is not a bank. Visa and MasterCard are not governments.
"when a record is tied for sixteen years that sorta mean it's NOT GOING UP."
The implication "If A then B" can be true when both A and B are false.
The record has not been tied for 16 years: it has not been exceed for 16 years, which only tells you that records are set by outliers, not trends.
The study excluded infants already known to be allergic.
So exposing your own kids in controlled circumstances could prevent them form developing allergies... or could kill them immediately.
To what degree do the goals of criminal law include punishment, deterrence, and/or retribution? For punishment, the penalties should be proportional to actual harm, for deterrence the penalty should be proportional to the potential harm, for retribution the penalties for both should be high.
Your scenario only considers intentional use of the weapon. The the criminal does not have a gun that reduces the chance of an accidental discharge that otherwise has nothing to do with the crime committed.
"consortium of obnoxious rich people (billionaires who own substantial amounts of Florida real estate are good candidates) and a low-lying country (my bet is on the Maldives)"
Now we know what happened to MH 370.
" it's about how much the ordinary people of Greece should suffer for borrowing excesses of it's previous government in the past."
It's about how much the ordinary people of Greece should suffer for the lending excesses of German banks.
Do you think that Bankers have Accounting degrees?
Let me just download this Windows Defender update so it can clear off the program that does MITM attacks... oh, wait...
I recommend that you clarify your comment or else someone might mistake you for believing that the States are sovereign rather than the people.
Unlike the First Amendment, the Fourth through Sixth Amendments do not specifically constrain the federal government therefore they protect the people against the States as well. In addition, the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment specifically constrains the states.
"Just because they conflict with public record laws doesn't make the terms illegal."
That is *literally* what the word "illegal" means.
Your example is irrelevant because it is a conflict between to contracts, not a contract and a law.
'"It holds a smart phone in front of your eyes" isn't enough to enforce a patent.'
Luckily for Apple, that matches exactly none of the claims.
Chip and pin: You enter a pin with each transaction and the chip on the card generates a separate key for every transaction.
But in the US we'll get chip and signature most of the time.
Clearly, nothing was added in Bluetooth 2.0.