But they'll let Amazon patent "one-click" shopping?
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That order was overturned on 5th amendment grounds. http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9239841/Child_porn_suspect_doesn_t_have_to_decrypt_seized_hard_drives_for_now
> "Royal Navy" is British.
So is New Zealand. "... united by common allegiance to the Crown."
I don't really understand what evolution has to do with becoming a medical doctor.
That is all.
Yes the jury can change a law by creating a precedent. However, a judge can declare a person guilty (or innocent) over-riding the jury. I can't remember the specific term, and I'm too lazy to google right now. Also however, the judge can decide the jury is wrong and declare a mistrial and do it again. At the end of the day it's the judge who has all the power.
To me, robots have to be at least semi-autonomous. These are really just really advanced remote controlled cars. Am I wrong?
It's not cheaper and it created exactly 1 (one) job. Gov't could have put in cable lines and had FIOS put in creating a lot more than one job, at a much higher speed, for a much lower cost. Yes, taxes would go up, but so would quality of life; and you wouldn't have to rely on just one guy and his truck if something went wrong. What this guy has done is a short-term solution to a long term problem.
Um.. the military is not the Generals, or any of the other "Leaders". The military is the soldiers. The staff may have been getting all the kickbacks the US and Europe could throw them, but the Military didn't see a dime of it. The Military is the soldiers, and soldiers are the people.
Col Lehner says the enemies options have become basically "flee or die". There's 2 problems with that. #1: the wall is probably part of a building; you can always go into another room. Or (as anyone who knows a US Marine will know) you can charge. Marines don't run from suppressing fire, they run toward it. That kind of tactic doesn't require training, it requires fanaticism. Tell me again what kind of people we're fighting?
No, they're Scottish, Welsh, English, or (when totaled) British.
Statute of Limitations is (if I remember right) seven years. The contract was from 2003, it's now 2010. It's hitting it right on the edge, but it should still be able to get in.