In the US, legal case names in federal civil forfeitures are formulated thus: "United States v. <item being seized>".
This leads to some entertaining case titles. Particularly well-known are "United States v. Approximately 64,695 Pounds of Shark Fins" and "United States v. Article Consisting of 50,000 Cardboard Boxes More or Less, Each Containing One Pair of Clacker Balls".
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In the Glorious Future (TM) we won't debate over which servers block each other because servers will be an outdated concept and every user will be self-sovereign. Every user has reasonable filtering tools and can decide for themselves what content they want to listen to. "No meganodes, no masters."
That's not the future we live in though right now, so having good admins is important and understandably these decisions affect a lot of people.
Hopefully not forever tho!
- no having to take off your shoes and pour out your bottled water and go through a metal detector
- stations located in the middle of town instead of way out in the middle of nowhere so you have to take a whole other train to get there
- better view
- more leg room
- sometimes it's a MOTHERFUCKING DOUBLE DECKER TRAIN: https://social.coop/media/8sNGbNi6LePmfYyqS18
Open Metalcast Episode 162, where we explore infinite possibilities: http://openmetalcast.com/2017/09/26/open-metalcast-episode-162-infinite-possibilities/
let's just make it an official internet rule that 99% of blockchain usage are complete bullshit and the author has no clue what a blockchain is
Aufgrund einiger Wahlomat Ergebnisse in meiner Timeline möchte ich darauf hinweisen, dass die V3-Partei letztes Jahr einige Esos, Querfrontler*innen, Impfkritiker*innen, Reinkarnationstherapeuten und anderes zu Bieten hatte.
Und 1 Jahr ist wenig Zeit für Parteien.
EFF resigning from w3c over w3c endorsement for DRM and lack of protection for security researchers
"Today, the W3C bequeaths an legally unauditable attack-surface to browsers used by billions of people. They give media companies the power to sue or intimidate away those who might re-purpose video for people with disabilities. They side against the archivists who are scrambling to preserve the public record of our era."
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