"The NYT may not publish privileged information ( which is protected by attorney-client privilege) that is between PV and their lawyers. "
No. The NYT CAN publish privileged information. Attorney-client privilege is just that - attorney-client privilege. Third parties do not come into it, they can publish what they like.
Just another case of the flag button being abused. It's supposed to be used for "abusive/trolling/spam" and Koby's comment is non of those things.
Far too often the flag button is being used just because someone disagrees with a comment.
He'll have a complete meltdown when he discovers porn video games are a thing.
Milwaukee tools have been bluetooth enabled since 2015, letting the owner disable the device if it goes walkabout via a phone app. It doesn't brick it, just disables it until the registered owner turns it back on again.
You can also track the location.
Home Depot didn't put the chip in, Milwaukee did - years ago. The system is called ONE-KEY. Home Depot are just hooking into their system and the point of sale ownership is transferred to the buyer. Home Depot no longer has control.
Same situation with Dewalt except theirs is called Tool Connect which again is years old.