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No, it defines it. Unless the unreasonable approach is taken that ALL searches are constitutionally "unreasonable", which is a rather large fallacy of logic. I mean really, "supersedes"? When the Bill of Rights were drafted AT THE SAME TIME as the body of the Constitution? Now the 14th DID supersede the Enumeration in Article 1 Section 2 On that anything can be a law? Legislatures pass some weird bait stuff: that's why the Founders put in a Supreme Court, Article III of...
Congress has the "right" to draft, vote on and pass laws: Article I, Section 8, such laws have established procedures for collection and analysis. http://www.archives.gov/exhibits/charters/constitution_transcript.html ETA: Subject, of course to the constraints of the Fifth and Fourteenth due process constraints.
That's a misreading of the program(s). For any specific analysis of an individual's information they do have to have reasonable suspicion, satisfying a specific set of criteria and they are limited as to how many links "out" they can follow connections. Confusing collection, or retention, with analysis.
Marketing, and when Greenland was initially settled it wasn't so much (at least along the coast) sort of a tragic story as the later residents dealt with increasing cold and less and less ability to grow food. Why the later Inuit peoples who relied on the sea for food were successful in the transition.
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Ah but they'll have to serve me with a warrant meaning they went to a judge and convinced her they had a reasonable basis for the search. Which is tougher than merely cranking out a boilerplate demand from some F.B.I. secretary or N.S.A'ing an online database.
Only at the decision of the user.
The secret liquid metal technology means you first have to grind the phone into a fine powder then microwave for 9 minutes (for a 1200 watt oven, lower power will, of course, take longer) to trigger the programmed reconfirmation. It's best not to reheat your breakfast pizza at the same time, unfortunate incidents have been reported. A blender set on "Hyper" will do but then the screen may be a bit pixelated as the nano particles won't be quite so nano for the...
^this^
" I can't believe it doesn't default to the time when you hold it up. It's a watch!",, No, actually it isn't. (and, yes, I know what the name is, the iPad is not a "pad" either).   Now can a user SET it to default to a time display? Time will tell.   :)
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