I wonder if the percentage of crowd-funding products that don't come through varies wildly based on project type. According to Kickstarter, I've backed 83 projects. Out of those, I've only written off one of them, but nearly all of mine were tabletop games.
It's kind of ridiculous to find examples where the entire economy and capital structure of a country was leveled by years of missile strikes and urban combat and then blame the resulting chaos and shortages on "governmental collapse".
Re: Please, PLEASE don't tell me you're siding with Defense Distributed.
You're acting like it wasn't Cody's entire goal with DD to show how arbitrary the law is, and how hollow the corporate stooges' and politicians' justifications are. Seems to me that he's doing a great job of it.
I'm as critical of our burgeoning police state as anyone, but I can't see anywhere in the quote where he threatened or even hinted that the cops would stop protecting NFL players.
"You have a first amendment right to say that you support the looters, and we have a first amendment right to say that the looters are not your primary supporters" seems like a fairly innocuous thing to say.
T-Mobile doesn't have a hard cap, though. They have a data amount above which they may, at their discretion, slow down your connection.
If their "cap" is intended to be enforced against people who are trying to cheap out and use their phone as a mobile hotspot to support a full time business, then the average user using a larger amount of streaming data may not be what T-Mobile is targeting anyway.
Because internet service is becoming recognized as an fundamental human right by the UN and others
Always amusing when people act like mentioning UN recognition of a thing is supposed to be a convincing argument to anyone, anywhere. (It's an appeal to an authority where the authority in question is not even remotely convincing as a source, even if someone were to miss the obvious fallacy involved).
Do you want
There's a lot of stuff I want, and a lot of stuff I don't want, and the answer to those questions are not correlated with what the law should be.