>Exactly, just like how David Coleman Headley used GPS signals to find his landing spot to launch his Mumbai attack. Since GPS satellites are run by the US government, that would be material support as well. Are you really sure he used only GPS NavStar (system run by USG) signals and not GLONASS (system run by Russian Goverment) ?
>> they could just go to an ISDS tribunal which wouldn't care about >> sovereign immunity.
>Sure, but that's only half the process. The other (and more >important) half is collecting on the judgement.
>The ISDS might not care about the Constitution, but any attempt to >enforce its judgments will have to be done through the U.S. courts, >which presumably will care quite a bit what the Constitution requires.
Are you sure? U.S. companies have property in other countries and those other countries may decided that ISDS decision is more important than U.S. Constitution (after all U.S. signed TPP)
>As long as you're talking about the Supreme Court, this is the same court that has TWICE ruled that PROOF of innocence is not sufficient reason to grant a new trial or release to someone on death row. Can you tell more details?
in modern world some fanfics describe situations there 13-14 y/o are described as having sex (without graphic descriptions, just stating fact that they are). access to those stories is not restricted in any way.
>Russia can claim that anything about homosexuality must be blocked globally. it's even worse. github was recently blocked in Russia again... reason? several public repositories contains old joke file about methods of suicide ... so it should be blocked worldwide until they comply with RosComNadzor's demands and remove it
Malware which monitors everything that's done on device? it's not that easy. if device is rooted - user WILL be asked by SuperSU for permission if device is not rooted to get something remotely resembling keystroke logger require either:manually activating newly installed custom keyboard or newly installed accessibility app. in both cases android will tell in plain English what this means.
except when site in question eiter in preloaded HSTS list (in Chrome all google sites and a lot of others are here) or site asked client to use HSTS and client knew correct certificate (via other means)
@deadzone, your are wrong. DRM usage is author/publisher's option. you will see "At the publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management software (DRM) applied." in many Kindle Store books
>So, say I took a photo of a crowded area, say a public beach, who then, according to your view of copyright law, owns the copyright on the picture? The one who took the picture(me in this case), or the people in the picture? you are. but if you don't have model releases from them (or other exception applies) you can't actually use picture
Roskomnadzor sometimes uses per-IP banning. Some of cloudflare's (or for example wordpress.com's) IP get in black list too If you want more details and can read Russian (or think Google Translate is good for you) you can look at http://rublacklist.net/