Until now, I didn't know Wells Fargo employees had the same above-the-law protections as police officers. What other occupations allow you to break laws and get away with no legal repercussions?
The concern is that all the other manufacturers will do the same, and everyone's earbuds/headsets will be useless or need adapters.
They were so quick to go after Google for riding around mapping open wifi networks, while these guys are actually hacking router passwords! Yet all people talk about is the WTF factor of a network-enabled electric kettle.
I'm not one of those rare individuals that gets motion sickness playing first-person-shooters, and I don't get headaches from 3D movies. This is a non-issue for me.
I'm very much looking forward to VR gaming, but have no intention of getting out of my seat. I want VR for the immersion, not flailing and jumping around in my livingroom. I wish Valve and the Rift people would stop focusing on this walking around VR they think everyone wants. If anything is going to kill VR before it can really take off, it's this. It's probably why everything is taking so long.
I don't see why you put more faith in a paid service over one that's free. The TOS is what matters, not the cost.
I wouldn't expect that to hold up very well with them repeatedly using words like 'subscribers' and 'persons'. I don't think bots would qualify for either definition.
I don't see much difference between police drones tracking moving vehicles and police helicopters doing it as they've done for decades. The helicopters are not pulling people over. They have a different role.
If someone throws a ball onto (or over) your property, is that person tresspassing? I don't think that's how tresspassing works.
To downgrade the human mind is bad theology. - C. K. Chesterton