>There seems to be some kind of unspoken competition between Russia and China to see who can clamp down on the Internet the most.
The joke's on them; the UK wins.
>We arrested you, therefore you must be guilty and if the courts won't punish you we will [...]
On the topic of corrupt crap like that: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/08/19/john_oneill_sexual_risk_order_it_consultant_insane_sec_ban/
(He lost by the way.)
>Volkswagen Created A 'Backdoor' To Basically All Its Cars [...]
I believe they call it the trunk...
And classifying drawings as "child pornography" shouldn't be the case. Ever.
>[...] turning officers and agents into actors and stage directors.
And the Oscar for best Sting Operation goes to...
The only thing I remember about being seventeen was playing Yoshi's Island on a SNES emulator during the Summer, alone, in my room.
And knowing Yahoo! users, they'll probably be taxed $2.90 for using an unsupported e-mail rather than Verizons...
Well, you are searching for the owner...
"Dig up, stupid!"
Strike three! You're out!
Aren't there any statute of limitations?
I'm guessing this is in between Nintendo sending DMCA takedown notices for explicit fan artwork...
Some bad person could have arranged to send him a package to get him into trouble.
This is what interests me.
For example, if I was a child molester/drug dealer, I could just mail stuff to random people and... they'd get in trouble?
But home cooked food is killing family resturants!
And with Theresa May now becoming PM, it's going to get worse...
Surely reaching for the wallet classified as a form of exercise?
I'm sure they'll be up to 4096K at that juncture.
Sorry, but without knowing how it works, it doesn't dismiss the fact that the FBI could have faked the evidence.
Warner Brothers claiming things they don't own again?