It would be better for them to go after Toyota. From what I can gather from the evening nooos, those folks are doing some crazy things with their Toyota vehicles. Those things have killed a fairly good number of people and need to be stopped.
I wonder if their own web pages for the National Health Services offers any advice about sexual health or perhaps sexually transmitted diseases. If that is the case then they may want to make sure that junior cannot go to the government's own sites. Then again, if the parliament considers any legislation that has any regulations on matters of sexual interest then they too may have to limit access to their own sites.
Why is Sir John worried about YouTube's royalty system? I always assumed that the artists signed with their label, and the label sorted everything else out. He should be upset that his label is not negotiating a better deal for him. It is up to his label to better represent his interests.
If only there was not some way to keep google from linking to ones precious website. Those Californicaters over in Smart Nerdlandia should be able to figure out a way for a news orgnization to protect its precious bodily fluids, errr I mean important, curated newsy bits.
What are the terms of the license used in distributing skype? I do not know the details myself. If the license insists that the software belongs to Microsoft and the users are simply making use of Microsoft's property then Microsoft may well be considered a service provider. Again, I do not know if this is the case, but if so then Microsoft may be trying to have it both ways.
They should sue Mel Brooks for his use of the term "Master Race" in the movie The Producers. It is possibly a better case for them as it may be more likely to lead to confusion when comparing the company to the organization referred to in the film.
I am going to have to disagree with the premise that the media is not biased. When it comes to this election cycle, it is quite clear that there is a heavy bias toward stupid. The kind of stupid that knows no bounds, knows no ideology, and has near infinite inertia. This rolling rock of stupid may never stop and keep going past November.
Hopefully, Sheriff Federspiel will learn from this experience.
Making other people pay for the Sheriff's disregard for the department's mission of enforcing the law will surely teach him a valuable lesson. Unfortunately, it is the taxpayers who will pay the price, and the public who support him will have to pay the bill at the expense of anything else the county wishes to accomplish.
Perhaps the Director is trying to be coy and use security via obscurity. Unfortunately, the folks who might want to play games probably understand how the US electoral system works, primarily because it is described IN EVERY GRADE SCHOOL SOCIAL STUDIES BOOK. Given how close US elections have been it only takes one state to mess up a national election, and it only takes one state to make a mess of local elections for federal office since we are so evenly divided.
I am basing this analysis on an assumption that the Director knows how the US electoral system (including the Electoral College) works. That may be a stretch.