Too bad cops can't get their guns to malfunction as often as their body cams. They should be docked pay equivalent to the time their body cams are unable to record video. After all, if there is no evidence, how does anyone know they were actually doing their job?
The government should force Apple, er, Barnes & Noble, to "nerd harder" and force them to figure out how to provide full access to all their books. Surely there are some smart people that can simply wave some magic pixie dust and undo all that evil DRM security.
When (cops are) the public is constantly told that they’re under constant fire, or that every interaction with a (citizen) non-white American could be their last, or that they’re fortunate each time they come home from the job in one piece, it’s absolute poison for (police-community) human relations. That kind of reminder on a regular basis would put anyone on edge. We’re putting (police officers) the public in a perpetually combative mindset that psychologically isolates them from the communities they (serve) live in.
To quote Mr. Mason yet again, "We don't endorse piracy." If that is indeed your business philosophy, then we believe it is only right and proper for BitTorrent, Inc. to take steps to reduce their facilitation of infringement. We look forward to hearing from you on next steps."
Yeah, well, I don't endorse murder, but that doesn't make it my job to prevent murder.
The Net interprets censorship as damage and routes around it. In the same manner, if the police department will not supply video footage, the public will, and the police lose control of the narrative. They will get what they deserve.