Just use ultraviolet light to kill MRSA, works better with less harm to the patient. First hand experience, while going through chemo for Hodgkin's Lymphoma (killed my immune system every two weeks), I developed a MRSA infection in both lower legs. After all other antibiotics failed I was admitted to the hospital for a every 12 hour, seven day course in intravenous antibiotics. At the end of the seven days the MRSA infection was reported to be cured and I was cleared to go home. Three days later the pus was oozing out of the open hole in my leg and the MRSA returned.
I did research and re-discovered ultraviolet light killed bacteria. Ultraviolet light fixtures were sold for the purpose of killing bacteria until the FDA stopped the practice by declaring them medical devices that must be certified by the FDA around 1950 or so. I found one that was originally sold by Sears in the late 1940s for sale on eBay and bought it. 40 minutes on each leg, three times a day, for five days, and the MRSA infection was gone.
This is a time for this site, Popehat, and a number of other legal/tech sites to step up to the plate and offer our own bill to be passed. Set up a website that allows people to sign a petition supporting our bill that allow people to list their address, thus identifying their Representatives and Senators, and letting them know their own Constituents are supporting our bill. Call it the Internet Rights bill. It's time for "We the People" to stand up and remind a bunch of politicians exactly who they work for.
It's our damn bill, now pass it or resign from Congress.
I don't know where you get your info, but we're discussing the above article, and it says the following:
"First, years back, Cox was actually one of the first ISPs to kick people offline for file sharing, publicly stating that the DMCA required it. This argument was, and remains, incorrect, but it's unclear if Cox still follows the same practices today. The filing says that Cox says this is its policy, but it doesn't actually follow through."
It appears to me that they do have a repeat infringers policy.
Why in the world do you come here and exhibit your lack of intellectual prowess? Do you just have a driving need to show people just how stupid you are? I guess I'm just not smart enough to figure out how you can be so ridiculously ignorant.
The facts as I understand them. Randazza told the guy running for Nevada Senate seat that he would donate to his campaign and vote for him, if he pushed an Anti-Slapp bill should he be elected.
If that is bribery, then a heck of a lot of people need to be indicted. Grover Norquist, the Koch brothers, George Soros, every local, State, and National party leader, and a large chunk of the American population. I am guilty as well, since I told a US Senator that I would donate to his campaign and vote for him if he supported the Second Amendment. Guess I better be getting things in order, since apparently I'm guilty of bribing a US Senator.
And second try, since I have posting difficulties.
From Wikipedia: "Justin C. Jones is a Democratic member of the Nevada Senate, elected in 2012."
That means he was not a member of the Nevada Legislature at the time Randaza promised to vote for him and support his campaign. I have sent e-mails to various candidates promising to vote for them, and support their campaign, if they promised to support the Second Amendment, and I'm pretty sure such actions are normal.