A B/W telly receives color... wait, I meant "colour"... signals, but displays them in black and white. License pricing was intended to accommodate the impoverished viewer, who likely couldn't afford a color-capable set. These days, if you've got a black and white set, you must be a collector of rare, vintage electronics -- so, by that same logic, should be surcharged for having enough disposable income to dabble in such an elitist hobby.
The Comcast Gift Delivery Truck is circling DC right now, trying to drop off baskets of joy to the Supremes' homes; turns out the lobbyists aren't allowed to stroll the Justices' hallways, for some reason. Not as easy as Congress!
Pretty thin claim to make... Crestor (rosuvastatin calcium) is a fairly mainstream, run-of-the-mill statin... no unique mechanism of action; in other words, you could take any of about a half-dozen other common drugs to achieve the same effect. However, there are two actual orphan drugs approved -- mipomersen and lomitapide -- with novel mechanisms of action, totally unlike statins, and possibly more effective. If this one me-too drug qualifies as an orphan, so does Lipitor, Mevacor, Pravachol... patent extensions for everybody!
The language of the law is everything, and sloppy language makes sloppy law. Clearly, the statute was drafted by someone who'd just seen Matthew Broderick defeat a military computer in "War Games"... and that was their mental image of "access a computer"-- back door trickery. Absent careful language, they never contemplated accessing a server through its big, public, front door. And felony convictions are the result.
And if the messaging is old-school... lacking currency... bear in mind that this is probably pretty old; shot 4:3, standard def, which really hasn't been common practice, even down in the public safety video genre, for many years. And once an agency has contracted, produced and paid for their recruiters' magnum opus, they won't end-of-life the video until they're forced to (poor choice of words?) Case in point: ever sit through your local "Welcome to Jury Duty" film, complete with bouffant hairdos?