People will no matter how many times we tell them not to. WE have been telling people since the early 90s about physical computer security and only those that get bitten actually do anything to prevent it.
Lying while performing official duties often IS illegal. Thats the distinction. Cops can lie all they want when they are off-duty, but on-duty, they are not longer individuals, but an arm of the State. The State should never be allowed to lie.
In an Information Age, like the one we are currently in, casual typed conversation DOES NOT have to adhere to strict grammar. Those rules were made for when comms were hard and expensive and the effects long lasting.
The thing is, not everyone wants to keep all that information on their pocket computer that gets rifled through by every app you put on it. I'll keep printing out my boarding passes and using cash, thank you very much.
Dude, its a car, not a magical carriage. Any qualified and competent mechanic could fix one. Also, BY LAW, there is no such thing as an 'unauthorized dealer' for repairs. All certified mechanics are 'authorized' to repair any car without affecting the warranty of the car.