He doesn't sound much like a libertarian. More like a Republican trying to look cool.
Umm, I pay Comcast to delivery content to me. If I want to stream video from a content provider, that's my decision. I make the request, not the content provider. The request for data is coming from Comcast's customer, not the content provider.
If Comcast is losing money because of the requests that I make, then they need to change their pricing structure with me, not blackmail the content provider.
We need enforcement of current laws. I have never, never, seen anyone pulled over for talking or texting on the phone. Let alone charged for it.
And if we're talking about context-sensitive devices, how about a car that extends a 4" spike from the steering wheel every time it sense you fscking around with your phone.
Canola was created using traditional cross-breeding techniques. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C... That this idiot with a blog doesn't know the difference between that and genetically modified organisms probably shouldn't be a surprise to anyone.
That a Slashdot reader doesn't know the difference is just plain disappointing. (I must be new here etc.)
I have discovered a truly marvellous proof of this, which this DVD is too small to contain.
Google is very upfront about what is collected and what they do with it
Except when that collection and disclosure is requested via a national security letter.
Out of curiosity, what do you use for C/C++ unit testing?
Doubt is not a pleasant condition, but certainty is absurd. - Voltaire