Hundreds of years from now, this century will be known as a "dark age" due to the enormous wealth of information about it that has been lost. I doubt any but the most diligent of historians will have any clue as to why.
"Here's how Gideon at A Public Defender sums up this incident: It’s one thing for officers to get their way by removing civilians from the scene who object to their searches and seizures, but it takes quite another level of totalitarianism and disregard for the law to arrest and make absent an officer of the court. "
No, they're not so different. In both cases, it's police abusing their power to get what they're after. The subject is irrelevant.
What goes through the heads of shareholders when they listen to the CEO of the company they invested their money in say insane stuff, as if he/she was living in another world where soup is a valid form of hat?
That's the same as the majority of people knowing that stealing is wrong, yet we still all have locks on our doors. I would, at the very least, expect some kind of 4Chan attempt to claim every video owned by [name of large hollywood entity] to be in violation and have them taken down as a disruption.
I know that the SCOTUS has demolished campaign finance reform and allowed more campaign contributions, but surely the value of a card that lets you get good customer service from Comcast exceeds even that!