It's kind of like in 'merka where "cruel and unusual" is meaningless because even torture is "usual" now.
"We didn't actually violate their privacy by installing cameras in their bathroom because we didn't use them at the time."
As long as people continue to bend to unjust (not to mention unconstitutional and illegal) government decisions, they will continue to get worse. Shame on anyone who doesn't ignore bullshit "requirements". They're the reason things are as bad as they are and getting worse.
You know what's really pathetic? Victimless crimes. You know the only thing more pathetic than that? People who support victimless crimes.
Just another isolated incident.
Let them do it. Only terrible test cases are ever enough to make the people rebel the next time... but wait, they never do.
Isn't the whole point of IPA that it does Not have the hops taste? That's why i like it.
Just another isolated incident. The men in blue are not the good guys. I'm taking the red pill.
The eminent domain issue is far more important.
"The argument, moreover, that the physical presence rule is clear and easy to apply is unsound. Attempts to apply the physical presence rule to online retail sales are proving unworkable. States are already confronting the complexities of defining physical presence in the Cyber Age."
So let's implement a rule with all those problems only moreso.
Anything which cannot be taken to its logical extreme is not logical.