Furthermore, I ask that you provide information on any limitations in current law that you have identified that may have prevented the FBI from conducting investigations and making arrests in cases of nonsconsensual disclosure of sexually explicit images.
The FBI is going to say proposed encryption standards aren't they?
I'm too lazy to search it, but I am pretty positive I've seen pictures of DPS troopers with Willie Nelson. A man, who has a "well-known criminal background" but since he is a Texas legend and the other man is a "foreigner" I guess those photos were probably ok. Texas! Yee-haw!
At this point, I'd like to see the FCC call Telecom's bluff and see if they don't invest in their networks. Cause if Title II is in place maybe some other folks will come along to build a good network and implement customer service that actually works for the customers.
Isn't the bigger crime here the fact that the mother had her children out at IHOP near midnight? Feeding them unhealthy food late at night when the children should be safely tucked in bed is the criminal act here. Won't someone think of the children?
If they put it on law enforcement. Imagine: First person views of shooting/tasering events. Chips implanted in uniforms and/or privates to alert to possible sexual assaults about to begin. GPS location of traffic stops and integrated video of first person and dash cam so the head office can watch to make sure the cops behave. This has the potential to cut abuse by police officers in at least 50%, maybe even more.