The first time some lawyer for some IP plaintiff demanded the court hand over the defendant domain-name to the plaintiff everybody this it was absurd -- and it was. Now, it's not only taken for granted, but it's done regularly with no basis in law. Worse yet, the US DoJ and DHS set the example by "seizing" domain names without legal basis, holding them without legal basis and with no criminal nor civil charges, and eventually --years later-- restoring them.
What is needed is for both the victims of this and the rest of us to stop begging the question and accepting that this is legitimate. There is no basis in law for this and we should exhort our lobbyist-bought-out "representatives" to be aware of this.
Nobody can seize your home if you violate someone's trademark in it. Nobody can take the title to your car if you violate someone's copyright in it. Nobody can take your big billboard (Clearchannel-style) if you're putting an infringing advertisement on it. So if domain names are property, there is no precedent.
If domain-names are intellectual property then I shudder to think of where they'd fit (copyright, trademark, patent, trade-secret) but in NONE of those cases do you give your patent over to someone who says you're using it to infringe. Same for copyrights, trademarks, and trade-secrets.
It's time to quit ignoring the elephant in the room and get Congress to step up and stop the courts from taking a thing from one person and giving it to another without a basis in law. This is not Nottingham, and no IP plaintiff is Robin Hood.
The unfortunate thing is that the girl's symptoms point to clinical depression. Instead of recognizing the psychological condition and getting her treatment the mother removed WiFi from the house and went on this campaign.
Had the girl been given professional help likely she would be alive, happy, thriving, growing, learning, and her kookie mother would not be giving interviews.
--- The power of radio waves diminishes as the inverse square of the distance. Cell-tower workers do wear protective gear because they are directly in contact with a tower transmitting at 500 watts. That same 500 watts of effective radidative power (ERP) is 5 watts at the ground 20ft below, and negligible in the air from a tower many feet away. https://www.fcc.gov/guides/human-exposure-rf-fields-guidelines-cellular-and-pcs-sites
WiFi routers put out less than one watt, which at 10 feet is also negligible -- less than a lot of radio waves emitted by the universe which we call "background radiation".
It is not longer government by the people or for the people. If it ever was.
Washington is filled with corrupt self-dealing swindlers who line their pockets with taxpayer funds either directly or indirectly (from lobbyists who then get taxpayer-funded programs handed their way).
Each year they get more brazen, more blatent in their thuggery and their evisceration of our rights, and in their theft.
It's only a matter of time before the sheeple who bleat "Baahhh (D)" or "Bahhh (R)" wake up to the fact that whatever letter you claim as your "party", the real party is in DC and you're not invited.
A month ago it was made clear to you that this is not about the show; it's about the man.
A month ago it was made clear to you that this is not about me; it's about the man.
Please take your multiple personalities and go get help. Continuing to argue past the point of exhaustion will only make you tired; it won't change the fact that this is about Walter O'Brien the fraud, not the show, and not me.
Best of luck with better meds, and have a great weekend.
If anything I said confuses you, as I'm sure it does, just read the post at the very end of the page.