Not only were they raising prices, they were ridiculously incompetent: if you saved a movie to (cloud) DVR and tried to play it later, there was an even chance the sound would go out of sync with the picture halfway through. I don't mean by an irritating half-second, but by maybe 20 seconds. Worthless.
Which, in my opinion, would realize that a teen wanting (and, I hardly need add, getting) access to porn is nothing to scream about. And nothing to get all Big-Brother-I'm-Looking-Over-Your-Shoulder about.
Nonsense. Punishment should be administered for ACTUAL harm caused, not for POTENTIAL harm. Maybe the driver didn't get "lucky"; maybe he was employing the necessary skill to avoid collisions, though his blood alcohol content was [whatever].
Properly encrypted data can NOT be content-moderated, no matter what Professor Mayer says. Of course, a company could set up an app that looks at clear-text before it is encrypted, but anything already encrypted by the sender before that app sees it can't be examined.
Rosen: " The companies that develop these platforms should keep the keys, maintaining their users’ trust by providing access to content only when a judge has ordered it."
That would be a judge who is a member of the largest and most corrupt criminal organization in America, the U.S. government? My trust level is so low it can't be charted.
The good news: we the people, which is we the good guys, are winning and will will win the encryption war, one way or another. The thugs in government simply can't stop its use, in secret through steganography if by no other means.
Net Neutrality was a massive intrusion by the government into affairs that are none of its business. I suppose it's futile to ask you to stop obsessing that its repeal is somehow HORRIBLE, though, right?