Sadly, it's very likely in this case that it's the exact opposite Guilty Until Proven Innocent. As the result of the proliferation of Zero Tolerance Policies in schools, many of us have likely heard of student being suspended or expelled for taking their toy G.I. Joe gun to school (you know the tiny solid plastic ones) or eating their cheese sandwich into the shape of a gun and brandishing it at another student.
It's likely not a case of the teachers or administrators overreacting so much as having to follow the draconian policies foisted upon them by the school board or local laws. It's more appalling that the police actually took the kid away.
"The bill adds a warrant requirement for communications that were previously considered so old as to be irrelevant to their participants and unworthy of privacy protections. Right now, emails and other electronic messages older than 180 days are considered to have been “abandoned” by the people who sent and received them. Law-enforcement agencies don't need to get a warrant to force a company like Google or Facebook to turn over those communications."
Okay, so something a mere 180 days old is "irrelevant" to me and "abandoned" by me but, is of value to the government in my prosecution?!?
Things that make ya go CENSORED.
With all the rhetoric and back and forth about H1Bs the truth is a little consequence. Anyone who is unable to find employment in any portion of the tech industry can readily point to a story or belief, founded or not, regarding H1Bs and blame foreign workers.
Some in industry claim that the root cause of the need for even more H1Bs is a lack of skilled/trained workers. Yet there seems to be little activity that would result in upping those numbers.
And investment in [,,,] clean-nuclear [...]
Clean nuclear, doesn't nuclear fuel have a pesky rather long term disposal issue? Granted I'd never heard of using Thorium as a fuel before but, I don't get a warm fuzzy about the use of 'er' in cleaner and safer.
That's great unless, for anyone of a number of reasons, you don't want to be email@example.com for the rest of your life.
What free e-mail address? My university canned all my accounts several years after I finally got around to graduating. That's a lot of overhead for them to have to deal with I wouldn't expect that to live forever.
Ditto . .
Prenda Law, also known as Steele | Hansmeier PLLP and Anti-Piracy Law Group, was a Chicago-based law firm that ostensibly operated by undertaking litigation against copyright infringement, but was later characterized by the United States District Court for Central California in a May 2013 ruling as a "porno-trolling collective":2 whose business model "relies on deception",:8 and which resembled most closely a conspiracy:FOF.1 p.3 and racketeering enterprise,:p.10 referring in the judgment to RICO, the United States Federal anti-racketeering law.:p.10 The firm ostensibly dissolved itself in July 2013 shortly after the adverse ruling (although onlookers describe Alpha Law Firm LLC as its apparent replacement), while in 2014, ABA Journal-Law News described the "Prenda Law saga" as entering "legal folklore". [...]
My head hurts now
Charter is a poorly managed company and has been for a long time
When I heard about the merger and thought back on Charter's past and what I've heard from friends about them and my personal experience in dealing with them on behalf of friends and family, I was left wondering:
Dating site of F^@( Buddy site.
I thought that was Greenpeace.
And isn't their thing these days defacing world heritage sites in more or less irreversible and environmentally damaging ways?
Since when is Greenpeace spelled ISIS?!?
We all agree on the necessity of compromise. We just can't agree on when it's necessary to compromise. -- Larry Wall