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Finally, have they driven in NY NY? There is NO WAY you can guarantee drive times, so this man is clearly unstable.
Is that the burner phone is going to have a high degree of positional overlap with your personal phone, making it more difficult to deny ownership should authorities start looking at you (e.g. it was in the triangle of three cell towers from 8pm to 6am, the same triangle that your house is in and the same triangle that your own phone was in - then the burner and your phone both took the 7:15 train to Charlotte, then spent the next 4 hours next to each other in your office, etc.). One presumes that you could share burners with friends, but that has different complexities and outcomes of course.
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I am an ID10T too, sometimes, but I make myself laugh.
Been following the law for a couple of months now and have talked to (but am not myself) lawyers. Short version - the law was poorly written/worded in the first place and domestic and international IT people have been telling them it was unworkable. Here is a good summary of this week's new information (normal caveats apply, check the source, etc.) http://eng.rkn.gov.ru/news/news29.htm (not my site, but their info matches up with what I'm getting from different sources.
Just waiting for another update from Anonymous Anonymous Coward
I am really loving this serialized story. I think we need more of these at Techdirt. Will Hobie Industries pursue AAC for violating both the recommended passenger loading and the speed? Ohh, the excitement.
He could smell it while driving on the freeway? He could smell it with a frozen nose? Wow, he must be super cop. Wait, not super cop... what's the word? Oh yeah, super dishonest cop. Idiots like this cop make it difficult for the few honest cops out there.
When reading these wackadoodle stories I am led to believe the entrenched civilian bureaucracy at the federal agencies exist only to keep themselves employed. In practice this usually means making a couple of high-profile announcements per year at each agency so they have something to point to when the auditors come knocking.
I think it is important to remember that those making the decisions to violate laws are people; often your friends and neighbors, who happen to be employed by a publicly funded organization. Let's start naming names and calling these people out instead of letting them hide behind the anonymity of the government facade.
His complete and total pretense that the harm was caused by Snowden is as untruthful as it is obvious. The harm was when people acting for the US Government (many of whom had sworn to uphold the Constitution of this great land at some point in their lives) decided to violate the Constitution with unconstitutional and illegal actions. In no way, shape or form is it justifiable to hack the personal cellphone of an allied leader or to collect information on all Americans without a warrant. The crime is re-committed daily by the administration and the three letter agencies. Snowden is a Hero and Kerry and McCain are old, angry men without honor.
The opening scenes of the TV show Profit (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0115323/) & (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Profit_%28TV_series%29) has the main character doing just this thing; committing multiple crimes, confessing to the crimes, and then saying that nobody would ever commit those very crimes.
As I pointed out above, their analogy is flawed because their software isn't a hammer or a gun. In fact, their argument is not necessarily true in every case and patently false in others because they will be collecting, transmitting and hosting the data - which could be illegal in some situations or which could cause them to break laws in other situations (re: c.p. content).
Also, even in the general case their argument falls apart because it neglects both manufacturer liability laws and federal/state/local laws regarding seller requirements (can't sell a gun to someone who declares they will use it in a crime, can't sell alcohol to someone who is visibly intoxicated, can't sell grow lights to someone who says they want it for wacky weed, etc.).