10 posts • joined Thursday 5th February 2009 15:05 GMT
PI, get the fuck off, leave it to the snobs who have nothing better to do
I don't get this electric car business at all.
yay, cars run on electricity, but wait, where does the electricity come from? Power stations! So we come around full circle, back to the original problem of, whats going to run out soon? Coal!!
Why don't they pour some money into something more worth while (instead of lining the pockets of the rich) like hydrogen production, that was all the rage a few years ago
Surely there has to be a difference between a 13 year old having semi-nude photos of other 13 year olds and a 40 year old having the same photos?!?!
Young teens are going to have photos like that from sleep overs etc, there is no criminal intent with that!!
"Capable of being distinguished and named"
Unless people have massive nametags on with their first and second names on, then I think all this legal action is absolute crap!!!
People will whinge and moan about Google Street view whatever measures they put in place, BBC Breakfast ripped them apart this morning (disclaimer: The BBC and completely un-biased), right......
Who cares if someone has a photo of your face, what are they going to do with it, errrmmmm, make a fake ID with your nam...... wait, no, can't do that one. I'm out of ideas.
Next time, we should have dedicated Google Street View days, Google can do a leaflet drop the week before, letting everyone know when the cameras are coming around your area and all the people bothered about this can stay indoors.
Although they would probably go outside anyway, just so they had something to complain about.
idiots, challenge 20/25/30 rules are not to drove you are above any of those ages, it means they challenge everyone that LOOKS under those ages, jezz, read the frigging article.
Surely retailers have to have some limits on the ID they accept? This is to stop to oh so easy to get fake IDs. They are hardly going to accept everything, they just train staff to recognise the 3 most common.
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