Although non-driving adults and children would certainly be impacted by the theories in the comment section as well, but also bus and train passengers. Additionally, the jammer idea above would prevent real-time traffic updates and possibly satellite and terrestrial radio (depending on the quality of the jammers and how much care is given to concern about frequency overlap) and even innocent people in their homes (depending on the signal strength needed to fully jam signals within the vehicle). One could also see this impacting vehicles near the jammers (in every passenger car), just as police and ambulance services.
Ayyadurai really didn't invent email. He wasn't part of ARPAnet in the mid 70s and also didn't participate (and isn't cited) in any of the SMTP RFCs, which came along later than he claims to have invented the concept. Pretty soon he'll start with his tired claim that anyone who doesn't believe him is a racist.
I contributed to the Insider program again this year.
I'm reading where Chad Hatten is trying to abuse the DMCA process to hide his criminal convictions for ID theft and access device fraud.
I also personally think it is pretty scummy of Chad Hatten to pretend to be the noted inventor Chad Hatten (who seems to be a good egg), and misuse the DMCA process but that's pretty much on-par for this felon. And make no mistake, he is a felon, having resided in a federal penal institution after pleading guilty to ID theft and access device fraud. If Chad Hatten is upset that HIS OWN ACTIONS are placing his life at-risk, then perhaps he shouldn't have decided to perform ID theft and access device fraud. It isn't the page rank of the results that caused this Chad my-boy, it was you.
You too can read about Chad Hatten's criminal past (a known fact, since he pled* guilty). These links show you that Chad Hatten has criminal convictions for ID theft and access device fraud.
Every time they bring up the # cops killed in the US
They conveniently neglect to mention that it is an order of magnitude LOWER than the number of people killed by LEOs every year. Many are probably hard-working people upholding the law, but a depressing number think they are freaking Rambo.
What about the "before drilling into walls to install surveillance equipment" statement? There is a difference between "security cameras" which would be normal and proper on a military base. This is "surveillance equipment" which has no place on a military base. WTF Air Force? WTF.
They don't WANT to make money. They are consistently around the negative $3.2 - 3.4m figure each year. This probably isn't a large operation with hundreds of employees and multiple locations. I'm guessing there are a handful of executives pulling in $300k and some worker bees. They take the tax write-off and put in just enough effort to convince the IRS and the stock market they are a real company.
This is why we must not elect the current 'strongman' vying for public office in the US. This sort of practice will become institutionalized, along with victim blaming and shaming*.
Lest anyone think I have a liberal agenda please keep in mind that I'm basing my decision this election on the things uttered by the screaming carrot deamon for the past year. I don't care for his opponent, but this dude will ruin the country I fought for.
*Notice also that Comey's FBI outed a minor victim just last week.
Evaporated when he finished his ill-reasoned piece with an emoji.
Here is a real statistic. My D-TiVo has been on the fritz for about a month. I've been using the Leaf 30mi OTA antenna (one time cost of $40 a year or two ago) and I receive plenty of free content. We already get Amazon TV as a result of our Prime membership. Add in the DVDs that I already own and Netflix for 0.33/day and I'm set.
There are only five digits and just a few ways a single hand can arrange those digits. This particular symbol was used for thousands of years. The term 'longhorn' refers to any number of lazy, dumb, mouth breathing varmints (much like the President and lawyers at the University of Texas). I think this is a perfect First Amendment test case. Someone put out the Popehat signal.