What is worthy of notice? The simple fact that there is another open bit of data you can use when arguing against corrupt government and corporate behaviors.
In some particular communities, like here at TD, most everyone "sees it". Huge swaths of the populace assume it regardless. We aren't that stupid and you have no special insight. You seem to think this is a sudden surprise to everyone but yourself. Lol. And of course, if this particular bit of news was never posted or discussed, we'd all be equally ignorant for that too.
Maybe you should spread your enlightenment in places where people deny this shit happens. Your argumentative position would be appropriate then.
And yet as a society overall, we very much oppose conscientious and thorough sex education at all, never mind during children's formative years when such a thing might do serious good for even things like this horribly misdirected sort of sexual attraction and practice.
And heaven forbid LEOs use the information posted in these supposed ads for their investigative potential. (No, just shut everything down and let us spy on _everyone's_ private communications and their devices.)
Yes. Sensible counterspeech is one thing. Teaching critical thinking is another. But one of the reasons i think people want someone else to "do something about it" (like, what, really) is that they view their fellow citizens as sponges for stupidity in at least certain capacities, and not without some reason. Of course, the ones clamoring for someone else to do something are failing just as hard.
Of course, considering how often people don't read an actual article in the first place, but "inform" themselves from a headline or maybe a blurb if they are so moved, I don't think the "fake news" makes so much of a difference in the first place. It merely exposes the underlying problems.
While bullshit in all forms is a problem, having a moral panic, and over the wrong thing, and asking someone to take nebulous powers and fix it is the absolutely incorrect answer.
Exactly. Easily accessible law might lead to someone finally suggesting that maybe police should have some clue about what laws exist, and the actual nature of the existing laws which they claim to enforce. As if there isn't enough reason to begin with (at least in the eyes of reasonable people), readily available legal references would push in that direction, at least in public opinion.
They wouldn't even have to know it ahead of time, they could just look it the fuck up. And citizens with their dangerous phones could Let Me State Revised Code That For You.
No, you are just trolling because it is your nature.
People on the left own guns. Maybe not as many as on the right, but that is a personality issue.
Not everyone on the left calls for the elimination of guns. But since the gun lobby refuses even reasonable safety and registration rules, lots of people who really should probably not have a gun do have them, and zero training or reason to own weapons safely.
Hey, it's not the full-on anti-gun leftist types whose kids and penises are being accidentally shot. They don't have the guns.
And you know what? If a handful of Black people actually do say things like "kill white people", 1) it's free speech, and 2) i couldn't blame them.
Aside from the usual misrepresentation of both the repeatedly stated stance here on copyright, and your invented motives for this strawman, there was zero attack on copyright whatsoever in the article.