Personally, I think these libraries should then be required to post a prominently displayed list of the books that were removed, author, ISBN, Publisher, Publishing Date, the reason they were removed, and the name of the person/group that requested it.
I did not say it was a logically thought out law, I said a law. Then they will publicly attack the company and get their followers riled up and one or two will try to attack the execs of said company and... gestures at current world
Yeah but they will just write a law saying that THEIR data is private and add extra protections - like their home addresses, phone numbers, etc.
i had this with CA. submitted docs said it would be about 6 hours for a live person to review and to please hold. then at just under 6 hours, was told my docs had an issue and resubmit then they dropped the connection. NO opportunity to fix on the spot and that live person never showed up. I resubmitted and was told i had to wait another 7 hours...which worked and the guy told me the reason i was rejected before was because the photo of my BC was slightly grey in the corner and they couldn't read the strip or micro text that was all the way around. It was literally just an inch of slightly grey area but the entire rest of the doc, including seal was there.
however if she had put it on a judges car and gotten the same results, that would have been hilarious.
Your honor she went to all these high crime events.
No I didn't, it was on the judges car.
um case dismissed... thats lunch bye......
LOL, I love how you are so obsessed with this site and it's people that rather than discuss the actual article, you attack the people for not posting enough. Would you add my account to your love list as well since I read daily but post rarely? That would make me happy and I hope it fills your heart with joy as well.
but it does work...for the politicians. There wasn't a need to convince them, they saw it first hand. Give tax dollars to the corporations and a portion of the money trickles back to the politicians via the lobbyists and donations.
Just be aware that the Network+ and Security+ are for the old versions. (Security+ was updated to 501 in Oct 2017 and Network+ was updated to N10-007 in Mar 2018.) Granted, most of the material will be the same but FYI.
This is the thing that always gets me. We hear reports that our troops on the lines don't have enough quality equipment be it food, weapons and armor, vehicles, etc, so we must buy more but then we sell "surplus" to the cops. Is this truly surplus or is this just a middleman deal? The military buys the gear that is wanted to militarize the domestic ground forces and passes it on? Granted, I used to think such conspiracies were not worth the time but the more and more I see and read about our entire government and the games they play, there are days I start to wonder. Then again it may be as simple as "If we don't spend the department budget, they will cut the budget and we can always just sell it off to the cops."
Either way, Sessions is a dangerous person to have in this position.
That would be assuming he took it on his own volition. Do you have proof of this? More importantly, did the cops have proof of this upon pickup or did they just assume he did without considering that he may have been a victim of someone slipping it to him? I mean if we follow your logic the root cause of this is that his parents let him out in the world, or had a son, or had sex, or met, ...
However root cause or not, this is police brutality and they should be held to a higher standard - no matter how hard their job may be.
Actually, this makes me wonder if there was a third scenario. He was one of their "puppet terrorists" they were grooming for "attaboy" media disclosure and "look we are doing something" kangaroo court and it got away from them.
Which makes the scenario gross negligence rather than clueless.
I whitelisted Techdirt when you adjusted the layout a while back. This is something other sites could take note of. Decent size (not huge popups that overshadow what I came for,) related or on-topic (most of the ads I see are all tech related including WGU with their awesome IT programs. Go Night Owls!) and, as mentioned by previous posters, aren't loud or jarring. There are few other sites that are that considerate so thank you for respecting your readers.
He steered a person into the TSA private screening booth and no one questioned him in the first place? How did he get around to it? Of course the TSA is going to take over the investigation. The shirt color and slacks things works at Best Buy; it should not work at a security checkpoint, even if it is only designed to deter lowest common denominator problems.
Interesting wording though for the Chief: Our department will not arrest civilians if they audio-record any on-duty police officers in a public place
So does this mean that they will arrest you if you film them in a private business? or your home? While this is probably over analyzing, this guy does seem to give words a twist when he speaks. (Reference his previous statement: "He honestly thought he was OK to do it, so now if he continues to do it, I can?t tell you that he certainly won?t be arrested.?
Buy stock of light bulb company via the subsidiary of their shell company. Promote said Company's light bulbs as brighter thus allowing for better security from terrorists and child molesters. Also fight for local light bulb installer union and how the LED consortium is trying to take away good American jobs,
Then after all the lobbying, fighting, delaying tactics, and closed door trade agreements are done: we pay 16.63 million for a guy with a top secret security clearance to come in and screw in a light bulb.