Well, maybe. If so, I propose the same penalty Microsoft got on their last loss: Google will have to set up a confusing website that makes it possible for people who can prove they were harmed by Google to fill out piles of paperwork that eventually gets them a coupon for ten percent off their next purchase from Google.
If it's not safe and secure, it should be on a test track, not city streets. That's why we test drivers and their cars - to keep the public safe. It's why the cops look for unsafe driving or people breaking the rules (or at least it is SUPPOSED to be why they're out on the roads). Until the automated cars are proven to be at least as safe as a human driver, they shouldn't be on public roads.
Yes, you KNOW the self-repair kit will not only be more expensive than taking it to a dealer, but it will also completely void your warranty - if you screw up the phone while trying to repair it yourself, you'll have to pay the full price for Apple to repair it, even if you have years left on the warranty.
I live in a hilly region, so if I wanted to receive local TV, I'd need an aerial nearly 100 feet tall! The entire area around where I live is entirely served by Spectrum cable, or DirecTV, even though there's several stations in the city not even 20 miles away. You only get local TV if you happen to live on the top of the ridges.
In my experience (30 years programming), that's the number one source of bugs, and they're very difficult to find because we don't read back the code we actually wrote, we read back what we thought we wrote. Some programmers will go back through the code backwards to find those bugs. Others will pass the code on to someone who doesn't know what you meant to write, only what you actually wrote.
My social security card, the actual card (it's around here somewhere) says "Not to be used for identification purposes" or words that that effect. But they never enforced it and millions of businesses did use your SSN as an ID in their system.
When I attended the University of Houston (TX) many years back, they used your SSN as your student number "to keep things simple". You didn't sign your homework or tests, you wrote your SSN on it.
Ah! Those were the days... how naive we were. Identity theft? What are you talking about, international spies? Chicago politicians? :D
How double negatives are treated will vary by culture and language. You'll notice that double negatives in the US tend to be treated the same way they're treated in Hispanic cultures: they don't cancel out, they make the point more emphatic. "I ain't gotta not do nothing no-how" just means the same as "I don't have to do it" with a butt-load of emphasis attached to the statement. The headline makes perfect sense to the average American, who won't trip over the double negative.
I think living on a farm for at least part of your life should be mandatory, if only to show you how good you have it not being a farmer. There's a reason people moved away from farming the very instant the option arose.
It would also give people more empathy for the more ethical farmers who are trying to keep everyone fed. There's a vast gulf between the normal farmer and the a-holes like those pushing the ag-gag laws. Without the experience of actually living on a farm, some might not see the difference.
And yes, I've personally chopped the heads off chickens and killed cute little bunnies to put food on the table. Living on a farm made me quite happy with being an engineer instead of a farmer.
What happens when China compels Apple to report pro-democratic content? When Mideast monarchs compel Apple to report homosexual content? When Germany compels Apple to report pro-Nazi content that traps research about fascism?