When it comes to the Internet, clearly the FCC shouldn't be deciding which content goes first, which goes second, third, or not at all. That decision should be left solely to AT&T, Comcast, and Verizon.
At this rate, I expect Andrew Wakefield to be appointed head of the CDC. And maybe there's a spot on some science committee for Ken Hamm.
There are plenty of drug-addled actors who find work (see, e.g., #winning) because they still have talent or a following of loyal fans. If James Woods doesn't get work it's because, well . . . Who wants to watch anything starring James Woods? The answer . . . People who get their cinema fix in the bargain bin DVDs at the gas station.
By using Dr. [Name], [Title] rather than an actual name to identify staff, Plaintiff [Dental] [Office] is clearly just trying to avoid engaging in any sort of trademark infringement that might get Plaintiff [Dental] [Office] sued by Dr. [Name], [Title], in which case Plaintiff [Dental] [Office] would become Defendant [Dental] [Office].
He's asking Google to delist a bunch of government sites? Shouldn't be too hard for a U.S. Attorney somewhere to make that a violation of the CFAA. And since Jerdine is using multiple names, they probably can tack on conspiracy and RICO charges too.
"It wanted to stick its flag in the Bering Strait before the CIA decided to do the same and start hoovering up all the intel in the area. In fact, the first advantage listed for the FBI's incursion is that it would be able to lock the CIA out of the market."
Wouldn't the FBI of that era have been the one Hoovering up data?
The geniuses on Scorpion may be the dumbest smart people in the history of the world. In the last episode I saw, Walter O'Brien got himself accidentally shot into space. Ayyadurai seems like he'd be a great addition to the Scorpion team.
So former big leaguer Paul Hansmeir has been sent down to the minors.
Maybe he'll be able to file some pro se ADA cases and represent himself. I think the standard under the ADA is you have to suffer from a disability that substantially limits a major life activity, which is defined to include things like reading, thinking, communicating, and working. His stupidity certainly has substantially limited him in those areas. Of course, I doubt a court would let a mentally incompetent represent himself, so it's a dilemma.
This reminds me of the episode of The Big Bang Theory where Leonard's bully comes up with the idea for a device that makes every movie 3D or whatever, and then expects Leonard to figure out how to make it.
Perhaps some enterprising attorney (hurry Hansmeir before you lose your license) could extend civil forfeiture just a little further and have the documents/data seized as the fruits of unspecified, uncharged crime. There seems to be a pretty low threshold for seizing money and other property.