Every single one of those things you mentioned has a purpose of keeping the user of the car safe. Tell me how mandating that you give your local police station a spare set of keys so they can go through your glove box any time they like is going to keep you safe?
Migrations often bring a lot of this out of the woodwork. You can tell users to clean up their machines before migration till you're blue in the face but you'll still get the uncomfortable moment when the 80Gb of "essential company data" they need transferred from their old laptop has filenames like "Busty Betty bonks like an animal"...
Though as IT staff we're not immune to this either - I've seen someone asked to hand in their resignation by the end of the day because someone else borrowed their flash drive to transfer customer data and it turned out to be full of pr0n... which Windows helpfully popped up thumbnails of right in front of said customer...
Make non-BT updates available to Gold Star accounts that pay a small monthly fee that also gain ingame credits to the value of the fee with each month. Effectively make access on a non-BT ISP tied to a guaranteed minimum spend. SImple.
Is it my imagination or does 90% of the list of "non-chart related markers of deception" read as things that an innocent person who's nervous and stressed because they're unjustly accused and having to take a polygraph test?
OEIS is great. I started working on a project and was able to find some other work done on the same sequence(s)...,3,5,9,7,15,11,27,... -- my project concerns representing the positive integers in terms of their prime factorization and then examining the properties of various operations on this representation. =)
While the report offer a bit more content than the articles, unfortunately which watches that were tested is not included. And sleep depraviation does very little good to my reading skills, as AC reached the exact same conclusion.