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Comment Re:More political redirection (Score 1) 569

Except that we know there were a lot of emails that were not personal but work related that she deleted because they were found on other coworkers' email accounts but not on hers. How many other (non-personal) emails she deleted but we haven't been able to recover (maybe sent to foreign entities) we may never know.

Comment Re: This is good because of network nature (Score 1) 250

I'm good with VW paying the fine, just as I had to do when I broke the speeding & stop light laws.

... Of course VW could turn this to their advantage and into a win - making me think of how the record companies instance on DRM helped make iTunes a dominant player in the downloadable music market (maybe this is not the right analogy, but this is the thought that pops into my mind).

You must be new here. We explain computer issues with car analogies, not the other way round.

Must be from Soviet Russia

Comment Nonconsensual touching? (Score 1) 399

What counts as nonconsensual touching? If someone comes up and puts their arm around your shoulder and then removes it when you either move or ask them to remove is that considered nonconsensual touch? If so, I would imagine it's more like 80-90% of both males and females have experienced nonconsensual touch at college.

Is this limited to just sexual touch? Breasts, crotch, butt? What about a flirtatious pat on the leg? What about a nonflirtatious pat on the back?

Comment Re:Hmmm ... why? (Score 1) 218

Maybe they already have classes for reading, sex ed, and math. Just because they don't have much in the way of computers yet doesn't mean they have neglected everything else. And maybe computer skills is more marketable in their region (perhaps a relatively short bus ride to a major city) than being able to speak English.

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