The government cant deny SPECIFIC people speech. Naming him in the park permit was a huge violation of the First. Also the government wouldn't be silencing you on the CONTENT of your speech, but the venue (yelling in the gutter). Since no one is allowed to yell in the gutter, its a not a free speech or equal treatment under the law issue.
Really looking forward to the day when i dont have to actively list obvious counter arguments every time i try to make a point. Mechanical Failure is always a given unknown that cant be stopped, only mitigated.
A proper consumer level flying car would have a hell of a lot more redundancy and would be able to self land safely at all times.
I still have the watch I purchased in the 20th Century. My pocket computer doesn't replace it.
IF we are going to change the DCMA, the very first thing that needs to be changed is the prohibition on cracking encryption. Everything else is small potatoes in comparison.
All the things you listed were under Ballmer, not Nadella. They have ZERO chance of EVER being as powerful or influential as they were. Also, Nokia LET itself be consumed, they could have said no to the deal. Everyone and i mean EVERYONE knew what the 'burning platforms' memo meant.
And yet we do it EVERY SINGLE DAY in aircraft, military drones etc..... And if you think the government is super careful, read up on how many nuclear weapons were lost in the 50s and 60s due to accidents.
I dont see why CITIZENS should not be able to have armed drones under the 2nd amendment. The government has them, the citizens need a countermeasure. please save your 'should a citizen have an atomic bomb' arguments.
The funny thing is the State could ban cars, but not guns. Also, guns have a commonly accepted use by society purpose. People feed and protect their families with them.when i went to high school lots of my friends had hunting rifles in their car. Just because guns arent common to you, doesnt mean everyone freaks out the instant they see one.
And its wrong. Its merely the sovereign asserting its dominance, nothing more. Its a case of 'dont you dare point out the emperor has no clothes'
What 'apps' do you need? I have yet to find even 'good' mobile apps, much less 'must haves.' Im getting a win10 phone BECAUSE it doesn't have a lot of apps. I just need basic file handling on my pocket computer, not the latest and greatest privacy invading apps.
Apps suck, flat out. I would rather we go back to webpages then the privacy invading abomination we call apps. Apps were made for companies, not us.
Yesterday i converted a pdf to Word Online (free), uploaded it to Google Docs (free). I then saved it on Dropbox (2GB free), One Drive(15 GB free) Gdrive (15 GB free) and my personal NAS running linux (cost of hardware). Please explain where you see lock-in anywhere in this chain when my data moves freely among these disparate entities. I dont think you understand what 'lock-in' has meant historically.
Illegal is a matter of fact, not opinion. Messing with the airwaves (that we all own) for your own personal use certainly fits the bill for being immoral in my opinion. Jamming is bad and you should feel bad for thinking its ok.
That will be interesting since they LOADED Skype with ads from stem to stern.