Drones became all the rage for America - many innocent bystanders killed, and "double-taps", the practice of a follow-up drone strike to take out emergency responders - and yet the only major protest about this from within America is that in a couple of those attacks, Americans were targeted.
We live in a world where a decade ago a legally blind guy with almost no budget built a drone and flown it across the Atlantic ocean. You can imagine what small governments can do. Especially today with multiple GPS standards, and Google Earth data for terrain following and building recognition in 3D from above.
Meanwhile the American government has established a very low standard on what is acceptable behavior when using them.
Someone is going to decide that drones are the modern-day "great equalizer" similar to guns in the past. They may not do much real damage, but they'll be a highly effective terror weapon.
Think beyond games. Decades from now a wealthy man will have a surgically implanted device that cleans his bloodstream and supplies all the drugs, hormones and whatnot needed to greatly prolong his life.
He will be murdered for this device, by someone who couldn't otherwise afford it.
This legislation means that police won't be able to pile on charges related to the unauthorized transfer of the firmware. Why does Mike Masnick hate copyright?
More seriously though, suppose the device has parameters custom-tailored for the rich guy - burned into the firmware to prevent hacking. If transferring altered firmware is illegal, when the rich guy finally dies, the device couldn't be donated - and the parameters altered for - a new and less wealthy user.
With wearable health monitoring tech already in use, this is rapidly leaving the realm of science fiction.
Start with the following paragraph from the story above...
At some point the popularity of the story must have convinced James of its potential commercial value, so she eliminated the potentially infringing references to Twilight characters and plotlines while retaining her original bondage/discipline, dominance/submission, and sadism/masochism themes.
Nitpick: "Organic" means that something has carbon atoms in it. While organic compounds are important to life, they do not imply a relation to living things.
Methane and other organic compounds found on Mars increase the chances of finding life there, but can be found without it. Giant clouds of alcohol - an organic compound - have been found in space but do not imply life. Nor does the methane and ammonia on Jupiter, nor the hydrocarbon atmosphere and lakes on Titan.