What scares me is, my company is not a place where security is needed to keep things safe. I mean, some, but we make very large engine parts. (Think cruise ship engines and the like) its not like someone could walk off with something that weighs a ton. Computers and such sure, but most people bring them home with them. Network? That is pretty secure. And yet, to get into the building you need not only an ID to get into the main building but anywhere other than the main lobby takes a security code.
"You'd think city lawyers would talk to other lawyers before sending cease-and-desist letters to citizens. Or, at the very least, page through a few pamphlets on intellectual property law before threatening people with legal actions completely unmoored from statutory authority. But if they all did this, what would we write about?"
I have replaced more iPhone screens than some iPhone store techs (I am at 75 screens and 10 batteries) and have yet to have an issue. I have also seen a certified tech wire a phone incorrectly when putting it back together and hand it back to the customer then charge the customer to fix it again. Just because you have a piece of paper saying you can fix something doesn't mean you can.
I do have to admit though, I did cut my finger open while repairing one iPhone. There was a nail sticking out of the top of the table just enough...
Don't give them ideas. They will take that and go the other way with it and say it was your idea. They will start with the poor and little people, then go to Business where the right money will be paid to the right people and it will be found to be a bad idea. Meanwhile the poor and little people will have nothing but an apology and a useless wall.
Speaking about the wall, why are we not building a wall between us and Canada? I mean, the border there is far bigger and easier to cross.