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Well the argument in the last thread here focused on the evil of people with tattoos, which was ridiculous. Apple took the right approach here. There may not be anything they can do about it and why should they.
She was standing there, filming and talking. It is clear the officer or deputy came after her to destroy the phone she was filming with and nothing else. You really did nothing but make the case for the app. She was not interfering. She was assaulted because she chose to film the police. It's truly unfortunate if they don't like people watching them work. We live in a free society and the actions of government agents should be open to all types of public review...
Do you live in the hood?They already do..:I have about 50 people working for me. All of them are professionals making over $120k. I know at least 6 of them have tattoos and two of them have tattoos that are always visible. Even out most conservative clients have never complained.There are cases where a particular tattoo might give me pause in hiring someone. I would think more about the content than the medium. It is remarkable how narrow minded and self-important so...
Today a court can compel someone to provide access to the data on their phone the same way they can compel you to provide access to anything. Anyone choosing not to provide access would be in jail until they did. Why do we need a backdoor so a secret FISA court that shouldn't even exist can issue a secret warrant that shouldn't even exist to access the data on my phone without my knowledge. There is no logical argument any reasonable person can make supporting this...
Absolutely if that is the only evidence they should go free. Are you nuts?
You are correct. It will only be 94 to 95 percent accurate.....If you believe that words mean things, you can't say it was accurate. It wasn't accurate. None of the adjectives he used to describe Cook were correctYou should stop comment on polls and statistics, you look silly. I am not saying his 25% number is in any way accurate. However, believing you need a sample size of 50% before you can reasonably apply a statistic to a population is just silly..
I actually disagreed with his comment because of the 26 states passing bans, 18 have been ruled unconstitutional. However, CA, FL, and TX all passed bans. All three were ruled unconstitutional by either a state or federal court and are currently pending appeal.
You are correct. According to Forbes, Apple has the third largest tax expense for a US corporation after Exxon and Chevron. They had a tax expense of 14.1 billion dollars. The only other tech firms in the top 10 are IBM and Microsoft at 9 and 10. Apple paid roughly 3x the taxes of either of them.
You can already get MLB and the NBA on Apple TV. They already know how to deal with blackout rules.
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