You already lost your argument by your craven ad hominems and outright lies. The public overwhelmingly prefers Uber (and Lyft, etc.) to traditional taxis in every city where they operate. If the service was so expensive and poor, if it was such a bad quality, then Uber/Lyft, etc. would quickly go out of business. But, that's not the case, and that's why people like you (who I suspect is now astroturfing for the incumbent taxi industry) are so afraid and are resorting to spreading FUD and lies. You have nothing else. The sooner the incumbent taxi industry puts their resources into improving their service instead of trying to buy the politicians into creating obstacles for competitors, the better we all will be.
And they wonder why trust of police is declining... I'm a white, middle-aged man and I've had several family members who are/were police officers. But, in the last few years my trust of police has gone down to zero. I do not trust them to have my best interest at heart. I do not trust them to be honest.
Sorry, I have no sympathy for the parents. Facebook hacked? Yeah, right. Even they don't believe it, they are purposely lying and trying to mitigate their own culpability with a ludicrous fabrication. The Sheriff is over-reaching for sure, but faced with such brazenly arrogant parents, I don't think it is so unwarranted.
This deputy needs a good old fashioned Texas ass-kicking. As do every one of you who've hijacked this topic to bicker about the temperature of coffee. You all should be ashamed, you're like a freakin' dog spotting a squirrel. Grow up!
I smell something fishy about this "Consumer Watchdog" group. If the money trail is followed to its source, I am almost certain you'd see a connection to either Apple or Microsoft. Of course, I'm sure they obfuscate their connection very well.
So this "reporter" even sets up a coded communications method? Like covert spies? He encourages the State Department contact to gather more information, including classified info? You people can whine and wail all you want, but this "reporter" clearly crossed the line from investigative journalism into a national security threat. You're giving license to criminal, and even treasonous, activity under the cloak of "reporting". I hope the DoJ nails this bastard to the wall.
I'm not an NRA supporter, I think they're seriously crazy. However, in this instance, could they be a little bit correct, we do need weapons to protect ourselves from a tyrannical government? Cases like this are why so many people distrust the police, why so many police get shot.
Why is anyone buying this crap from EA? And idiots who already paid for a pre-order are buying another copy just to get online??? Are you serious? If you are stupid enough to pay EA any money, you are too stupid to complain when they screw you. BAH!
Why no mention of Broder's ties to the oil industry? Broder set out to do a hatchet job on Tesla and got called out for it. This is yet another black eye on the NYT, they're becoming as bad as CBS/CNET.
This is yet another example of the danger corporations have on the free world. What is needed is a swift and decisive blow to the corporate world, a roundup of CEOs who are then frog-marched into a holding pit to be tried for treason against humanity.
I like the idea of cutting off their funding. And I see the trolls keep spewing the misinformation that anyone who doesn't like their treasonous methods must be "against copyright". No, dipsh*t, your mendacity is what we're against. If there wasn't something nefarious in the works, why would you be so intent upon keeping it secret, even from Congress? I really do hope you people get what's coming to you.