except that it doesn't and is not acceptable by all parties that count, namely small business owners and other small entrepreneurs that don't have the big lobbying dollars that the big mega-corps and other wealthy entrepreneurs have. have you ever heard the term the squeaky wheel gets the grease? well in this case that grease is money and the squeaky wheel are those are and have been negotiating this TPP in secret.
the whole "kids" and "underage" and "below the age of legal age of consent" parts put a gigantic kibosh on the whole "consensual activities" part. you might want to go read up on child pornography laws.
i could have ran over about a dozen people on my way home from work on friday, but did I? No I didn't.
If we as Americans were arrested on what we could have done or might have done, then everybody would be in jail. I hope this kid gets a good lawyer and sues the sh*t out of the school district and the sheriff for this misuse and abuse of justice and the law.
Technically speaking since the mobile carrier requested to the mobile phone maker that tethering be disabled by default on all phones for their network, then yes they are blocking a lawful, non-harmful service.
3 months is more than enough time to destroy any and all relevant evidence. anyone who thinks this is not possible or has already happened has their heads screwed on backwards. its way to easy to find out which hard drive the data in question is on and use a press to punch out the spindle of the hard drive and replace it.
"And Level 3 already showed at least with Comcast that there was some evidence that this was going on."
you are exactly right. this is the kind of thing that net neutrality was supposed to fix. as verizon would love for all of netflix's customers to just use verizon's video streaming service instead and part of how verizon tries to do this is by intentionally slowing down their customers traffic to netflix then blaming the entire thing on netflix.