The problem is that public safety exceptions apply to emergencies, but not trials. Applying that exception to find out if a terrorist planted additional bombs is exactly how it should be used...
Except that while anything you learn that way can be used to save lives, in the public interest, such confessions are INADMISSIBLE in court. If you have enough physical evidence to not need a confession, great. If your case comes down to needing that confession or the accused walks away a free man...then the exception means he walks.
Re: SO no US address = immune from all prosecution?
So what you're saying is, that if a U.S. corporation that exists solely within the U.S., only does business within the U.S. and has no offices, personnel or facilities outside the U.S., that should not shield them from being extradited for prosecution in an EU court for violating French law?
Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: So Masnick has taken a postion on copyright?
Intellectual property is not a natural right. When was the last time you saw one wolf prohibiting other wolves from using his style of stalking? Or a bee stinging another bee to death for doing the same dance moves?
The only natural rights are the right to take whatever you're strong enough to take and the right to fight to the death to defend what's yours.
Every other "right" is a creation of the sorts of agreements you called kangarooski a caveman over and are as artificial as the tax code.
If a camera phone is being used as a camera, the only place you could put the barrel would be aimed straight up in the air or off to the side. Even a .22 short cartridge is longer than modern phones are thick.
Well, they can in one specific case. If the role would require on-camera acts that would be illegal to film a minor performing, then they can ask about age and make providing proof of age a condition of employment.