Good idea. Maybe somebody in the US could report the occupant of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington D.C. as having millions of dollars' worth of illegal substances in the possession of his organisation. ;)
Oh, sorry. I thought you meant the quotes in the comment by the fake Michael Cohen, and answered the wrong question. To answer correctly: I would guess that the quotes where there because Ivana Trump has since decided that she wasn't raped after all, even though her description is of a violent rape.
Yes, the very same Washington Post that has flat out ignored all of the technical expertise on the subject and called for a "golden key" that would let the intelligence community into our communications. There's your answer. Does the Washington Post receive any Federal funding, by any chance? Maybe could make a First Amendment case out of this.
It raises the original crypto wars and the fight over the Clipper Chip, and notes that when that effort failed, "the sky did not fall, and we did not go dark and deaf." Talking of the Clipper Chip, I know it was apparently defunct in 1996, but weren't Nintendo making a big thing about its inclusion in Gamecubes just five years later? ;)
I'm not going to dedicate my version to the Public Domain (don't think I can under European law), but it's freely licensed for all purposes except large scale distribution. That allows anyone to use it whilst preventing big business capitalising on it. :)
Hmm, you're right. Okay, here's my second attempt: I would hope that Warner/Chappel pays back what they charged, plus inflation, with a $150,000 penalty per incident of Public Domain violation. There, that fixes it and uses the maximalists' favourite word against them. :D