And modeling agencies for not letting the visually impaired feel the models.
Ssshhhh!!!....do you really want people going around putting sharp pointy things in their eyes?
People who don't agree with the principles in the Declaration and writings of the U.S. Founders should move to the E.U. Cancel Reply Parent
Do not those very writings give them the right to disagree, and to express such? One might even say that God gives them these rights, that they are somehow...inalienable.
"I declare, I think we'd all be better off if the government put cameras in our houses and made us wear GPS devices to track our every move!"
I may be an idiot, but I think that the preceding expression of my idiocy is protected free speech...and I'm certainly not alone
You may have the right to have me bring in my artwork under a court order (I do not know, IANAL, and I'm still trying to understand the discovery process).
You do NOT have the right to have me also bring in just about everything else I possess in my house.
I don't know that this is accurate. Even in 1950, it's my impression that prosecutors, judges, and everyone else had the common sense to realize that I might not keep my "stolen" portraits with my legitimate art collection, especially if I felt that "the fuzz" (g-men, etc.) were closing in. I would think that the warrant would be issued to search my house (looking for artwork, of course), and perhaps that or a separate one would be issued for my place of employment, any rented storage I might have, perhaps even my parents' basement; and that such inclusion of "likely" hiding spots would be fairly routine. That's what I get from watching lawyers on TV, anyway.
Adding features does not necessarily increase functionality -- it just makes the manuals thicker.