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Posted in: Former top farm ministry official admits killing reclusive son See in context

Chip Star:

If you get a judge that doesn't like you or a prosecutor with a relationship with that judge, you will not get bail, meaning you are in jail until after your trial. That's the whole point of a speedy trial. Any extensions of 2 weeks should be on the defendant, not the prosecution. if prosecutors cant prosecute from evidence within that time, they have failed. Just my opinion.

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Posted in: Former top farm ministry official admits killing reclusive son See in context

Drako:

That's an anecdote, not proof. If you have a study or poll of at least 100 random people, then it could be part of proof.

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Posted in: Former top farm ministry official admits killing reclusive son See in context

Man, 6 months till a trial. Speedy trial should be within 2 weeks of arrest IMHO.

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Posted in: 9-year-old boy sets record by passing college-level math test See in context

Maybe a foreign university will agree to give him scholarship as he will probably finish a doctorate within a year or so. Then, when over, he can be a kid (when schools out he can too)

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Posted in: Thin line between neglect and independence for Japanese kids See in context

Savethegaijin:

"Crazies talking to themselves..."

Sometimes you just need to talk it out between yourself.

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Posted in: Seven-Eleven failed to pay some overtime wages to at least 30,000 employees for years See in context

Franchises make no sense to me. As a franchisee, You pay for the land, you pay for the construction, you pay the workers, and you pay for the supplies. The franchise corporation takes some of that money for letting you use their name. That's it. I should start a franchise corporation. Money for nothing and cheques for free.

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Posted in: S Korea wants 'rising sun flag of hatred' banned at Olympics See in context

How about japan just ban South Korea from the olympics? Russia already wont be at the Olympics. Any athletes that come cannot use the south korean flag just like the russian athletes cant use the russian flag. Wanna make it 2 for 2?

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Posted in: 5 dead, many more missing or injured after New Zealand volcano erupts See in context

It being the data. Sorry

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Posted in: 5 dead, many more missing or injured after New Zealand volcano erupts See in context

I would say the cruise ship was firstly liable as it was published by the NZ govt. They'll have their starboards sued off by victims families.

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Posted in: Man arrested on suspicion of racism at Manchester derby See in context

The queen has a very small role, but her advisors, secretary, and constitutional consultants should advise her from giving assent to anything that violates the constitution (magna carta, bill of rights, etc).

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Posted in: Man arrested on suspicion of racism at Manchester derby See in context

And if he hit the person, that is grounds for arrest. The article stated he was arrested for making racist gestures, not hitting or throwing something.

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Posted in: Man arrested on suspicion of racism at Manchester derby See in context

Liberal, labour, conservative, green, etc. Dont wanna go down that rabbit hole. Freedom... a famous US justice once said that my right to swing my fist ends where another's nose begins. As it stands with that law, I have no right to even think about swinging a fist or gesturing.

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Posted in: Man arrested on suspicion of racism at Manchester derby See in context

ClippetyClop:

Well they got that now, not a stretch to cover political ideologies as well as race. Now we cant disagree with each other and then no outlet except violence. #Englandhasbillofrightstoo

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Posted in: Man arrested on suspicion of racism at Manchester derby See in context

Upvote for the diligence in posting the law though. Thank you.

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Posted in: Man arrested on suspicion of racism at Manchester derby See in context

Zichi:

One must personally threaten with physical violence that person or a group of people, based on race or religion. Those laws do not apply as he did not threaten with violence (at least not from this edition of the story). Police will probably be sued for overreach.

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Posted in: Privacy concerns pushing people to change online behavior, poll shows See in context

VPNs and characters online. Stop treating Facebook as forum for real people and make it a forum of what people wanna be (their character). Too many data misuses and breaches, both corporate and govt.

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Posted in: 5 dead, many more missing or injured after New Zealand volcano erupts See in context

Since the Maori spelling of "wh" is pronounced "f" in most dialects, its like they were trying to warn us. Sad.

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Posted in: ‘Benson,’ ‘Star Trek’ actor René Auberjonois dies at 79 See in context

How are DS9 actors going before TNG actors? I would've thought Picard would've been the first to go (not that I want that).

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Posted in: Historical documents show Japanese gov't role in providing sex slaves See in context

If your eyes are blurry from just waking up, that statue looked like a star wars ewok. Thought I clicked on wrong story for a moment...

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Posted in: Man arrested on suspicion of racism at Manchester derby See in context

Sure, eject him from the private association (stadium), but arresting him for making gestures???? He should be free to make whatever gestures he wants as long as he knows other people will avoid him and PRIVATE associations can ban him, but not the PUBLIC govt (police arrest, etc). The English Bill of Rights still exists

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Posted in: Man arrested on suspicion of racism at Manchester derby See in context

Did the offender do anything besides mock the person? Did he physically touch (slap, hit) the victim? Yeah, it's bad, but everyone's taunted someone else based on race, religion, hair colour, freckles, glasses, etc some point in their life. Everyone would be on some sort of registry or have criminal record. Don't think even the Soviet Union arrested people for gestures, racial or otherwise. Sheesh....

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Posted in: Hot water: Pressure to move Olympic open-water venue from Tokyo Bay See in context

Vincius:

Maybe. It might just be looked at how we do country reports on the news. We can substitute Washington for the US, Tokyo for Japan, and Moscow for Russia.

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Posted in: Apple TV+ drama dives into murky world of true-crime podcasts See in context

Therougou:

I've gone online to watch stuff and it's either not there or, If displayed in some cases, says "content not available in your location or country." I shouldn't need a VPN to watch stuff. I don't live in china and the show/livestream is coming from a first world democracy, not china.

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Posted in: Apple TV+ drama dives into murky world of true-crime podcasts See in context

Funnily enough, Fox News and RT in Russia seem to now have the same owner as the stories, especially concerning trump, are biased the same with the same talking points. Internet tv and even the loosening of restrictions in the name of freedom has caused this.

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Posted in: Apple TV+ drama dives into murky world of true-crime podcasts See in context

There's pros and cons to internet and (to a lesser extent) cable tv. Now people can watch what they want when they want. The downside is that it divides the people who don't all watch the same vetted-for-truth-by-more-than-one-reputable-source news and thinks vaccines cause autism, Obama isn't american and is muslim instead of Christian, etc. Pros and cons.

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Posted in: High school student 'forced' to quit school sues Kumamoto Prefecture for a single yen See in context

Jonathon:

Many people value their hair. It's a part of them, and not just for women. It can be very traumatic. A friend of mine a few years back nearly threw up when it was his time to get his boot camp shave...and he knew it was coming. Imagine not being prepared. Also injustice and discrimination that only one sx has to have theirs shaved.

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Posted in: Local gov't hard drives with personal info sold in online auction See in context

Indigo:

"when they will enforce cashless, one day, they will say that all your money has disappeared due to hard disk failure or electricity disaster."

I would say use personal magnetic cards (like gift cards) where the data is kept on the magnetic strip of the card. It can still fail (especially the cheaper ones), but they just fail. No personal data is recorded on it. Just the card code and the remaining amount.

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Posted in: Local gov't hard drives with personal info sold in online auction See in context

Maybe linear recording/erasing is more secure than random access recording/erasing.

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Posted in: Local gov't hard drives with personal info sold in online auction See in context

If it's the old magnetic style hard discs, can't they just run the erase head over and be done? I know they erased it but it goes so fast that it seems like the device does a half asked erase job. No amount of recovery could bring back my mixed tape my brother recorded over. Don't make magnetic tape/discs like they used to.

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Posted in: Hot water: Pressure to move Olympic open-water venue from Tokyo Bay See in context

John beara:

"Can't we just drop some ice in it?"

Hmm. How about we just put some tea bags in it and have some sun tea...

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