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Comment Re:So in other Words, (Score 2) 61

It's all clueless hype.

The "Focused" tab is where all of your high-priority emails will be found, while everything else will be in the "Other" tab. Outlook will learn from your behavior over time and sort your mail accordingly.

That's a non-sequitur. High priority emails are those with a Priority:urgent header. There's nothing to learn, it's a simple, straightforward rule, which has been done for decades by any decent MUA. If they're doing something different, they shouldn't call it "priority.'

Comment Re:Commercial? (Score 1) 43

You really are challenged. The regulations do not specifically define "commercial aircraft," but they do make it clear what "commercial" means:

Commercial operator means a person who, for compensation or hire, engages in the carriage by aircraft in air commerce of persons or property, ... Where it is doubtful that an operation is for "compensation or hire", the test applied is whether the carriage by air is merely incidental to the person's other business or is, in itself, a major enterprise for profit.

-14 CFR 1.1

Facebook flying a research vehicle is not commercial operation.

Comment Re:So basically... (Score 1) 420

"Perhaps somewhere in the contract fine print Verizon has reserved the right to change my plan (e.g. changing the definition of the word "unlimited") during the contracted period (2 years). But, if so, I haven't seen that text."

Can Verizon Wireless change this Agreement or my Service? We may change prices or any other term of your Service or this agreement at any time, but we'll provide notice first, including written notice if you have Postpay Service. If you use your Service after the change takes effect, that means you're accepting the change. If you're a Postpay customer and a change to your Plan or this agreement has a material adverse effect on you, you can cancel the line of Service that has been affected within 60 days of receiving the notice with no early termination fee if we fail to negate the change after you notify us of your objection to it. Notwithstanding this provision, if we make any changes to the dispute resolution provision of this Agreement, such changes will not affect the resolution of any disputes that arose before such change.

- from the very first link when Googling "verizon wireless terms of service." They can make a change. But if they do, you can cancel without paying an early termination fee.

Comment Re:Commercial? (Score 1) 43

"Don't be stupid. Nothing in the law defines a microwave in a break room as "commercial restaurant.""

Why would I mimic you, who argues by begging the question?

"Operating a commercially owned aircraft in the US airspace requires adherence to FAA regulations."

...and who doesn't even know what commerce is? "Commercially owned" != "commercial."

Comment Re:Commercial? (Score 1) 43

"It is owned and operated by a commercial venture."

So, when a Facebook employee microwaves their lunch at work, Facebook becomes subject to the regulations which apply to commercial restaurants? The electrical wiring inside their buildings means they're an electric utility subject to utility regulation? The shit in their employee's colons means they need a license for commercial waste hauling?

Comment Re:Commercial? (Score 3, Insightful) 43

Read Wickard v Filburn for an explanation, if it's not already obvious. The real question is, is something which affects interstate commerce itself interstate commerce? If I poke you in the eye, I'm affecting you, but that doesn't make me you. The Constitutional power is over interstate commerce, not things which affect it. That's the fundamental flaw in our legal system which allows the feds to claim powers they don't actually have.

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