If only you could write in proper sentences things might make senseYup.
We worry about and yes it is being built as we speak.
The Secretive Company That Might End Privacy as We Know It
Problem you have with this @Gwadien - is that if you abandon a principle, you open yourself up to the consequences of the rest.I would, but it's one of those circle arguments.
But since you asked... I believe that that 18th century principles are somewhat outdated for a 21st century where we've progressed rapidly in pretty much every way imaginable in the past 100 years, with the last 20 or so seeing the biggest changes.
With the rise of the internet and more specifically social media, I do not believe that people should have the ability to say whatever they like to whoever they like whenever they like.
The reason being is that in the 18th century 'Freedom of speech' was used to protest against the Government or open civil disputes in a largely orderly fashion. Or not, when used to say what ever you like to women, the gays, the blacks, the every other minority.
The difference being that in the 18th century, it would be easier to escape verbal abuse, it's much more difficult today, especially when it's largely impossible to 'disconnect' yourself from the internet, which is becoming more of the norm as we go on.
I'm not suggesting that we should have the Government dictating to us what we can or can't say, but I'm suggesting that as a society we should be able to decide that and then make it our constitution.
But I know that will never be a reality, so my prediction is that we'll eventually have WW3, but all the nato and ruskie gamers will just contact each other and be like lol what the fuck? and then we'll overthrow our government and we'll progress past the era of neo-imperialistic capitalism.
No, they've been using it on sex offenders who have already been found guilty.Just about to post that, been using it for sex offenders....to PROVE their guilt...wtf.
Guilty of breaking their restrictions.No, they've been using it on sex offenders who have already been found guilty.
Words are important @Job. Very important. If you don't pay attention you start saying the sort of shit you just said - which is basically how chinese whispers start - from bullshit.
But yes - I see a lot of downsides and very few upsides from using a technology that is proven bunkum on existing offenders.
I'll have to say thats the first time Ive heard the 'Universe falling off a table theory'.Anyone who likes big numbers: a couple of links
Photos: Large Numbers That Define the Universe | Live Science
The largest number in the universe
I had a similar incident last year, I was visiting Lizard in Cornwall to pickup some locally handmade stone coasters. I was leaving on my motorcycle and at the time didn't realise I had left my wallet on my bike, as I made my way from Lizard I overtook a car and towards Helston got a call from a company I have a card for in my wallet explaining that someone had found my wallet and did I mind if they passed my contact number to them. I spoke to a nice gentleman who explained that as I passed him his wife noticed something (walle) fly off my bike, they were staying in the area and agreed to meet me back in Mullion.Left my wallet in a petrol station forecourt, customer took it in.
Humans are alright i guess.