I for one watch for the car wrecks not the people wracks.
It's more profitable to charge a few people a large amount instead of charging a few more people a smaller amount.
If they cut the price to one tenth the price then they have to sell ten times as much just to break even.
The doctrine of qualified immunity operates as an unwritten defense to civil rights lawsuits brought under 42 U.S.C. 1983. It prevents plaintiffs from recovering damages for violations of their constitutional rights unless the government official violated “clearly established law,” usually requiring a specific precedent on point. This article argues that the doctrine is unlawful and inconsistent with conventional principles of statutory interpretation.
Members of the Supreme Court have offered three different justifications for imposing such an unwritten defense on the text of Section 1983. One is that it derives from a common law “good faith” defense; another is that it compensates for an earlier putative mistake in broadening the statute; the third is that it provides “fair warning” to government officials, akin to the rule of lenity.
But on closer examination, each of these justifications falls apart, for a mix of historical, conceptual, and doctrinal reasons. There was no such defense; there was no such mistake; lenity ought not apply. And even if these things were otherwise, the doctrine of qualified immunity would not be the best response.
The unlawfulness of qualified immunity is of particular importance now. Despite the shoddy foundations, the Supreme Court has been reinforcing the doctrine of immunity in both formal and informal ways. In particular, the Court has given qualified immunity a privileged place on its agenda reserved for few other legal doctrines besides habeas deference. Rather than doubling down, the Court ought to be beating a retreat.
Government officials, especially those with the power that Law Enforcement officers have, should be held to a higher standard, not a lower one.
Who would win three way fight be between MegaBots Inc's Mk. III, Suidobashi Heavy Industry's KURATAS and this.
so Generative Adversarial Networks but with an Apple logo pasted on. -> News!
Could this technique be used to read the Herculaneum Papyri?
So the matter that only interacts with other stuff though it's gravity(dark matter), is things that only interact with things though their gravity wells(Black holes). Who would have thought that.
So this is basically like GreenArrays only less powerful CPU's, is clocked, and is unavailable for purchase.
Yes. You might want to squeeze off
a few rounds while you have a chance
Just work the bugs out of the system.
After all, it is her maiden voyage.
It's fine arts. require them to submit a sample portfolio of games they have already made. like every other fine arts program does.
> In addition Cuban law bans using the Internet to
> spread information that is against what the
> government considers to be the social interest,
You mean "public health"?
> norms of good behavior,
You mean "public morals"?
> the integrity of the people
You mean "public order" (ordre public)?
> or national security."
WTF "National security"?
Wait I think I heard that befor...
International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights
PART III Article 12 Paragraph 3.
The above-mentioned rights shall not be subject to any restrictions except those which are provided by law, are necessary to protect national security, public order (ordre public), public health or morals or the rights and freedoms of others, and are consistent with the other rights recognized in the present Covenant.
I download a lot porn, and I also record a lot of masturbating videos.
Upload you masturbation vids to get free porn!
It would be like the old MP3 trading FTP sites. then site operater puts sells the vids on a amatur pornsite. Where's my Business Method Patent?
For every complex problem, there is a solution that is simple, neat, and wrong. -- H. L. Mencken