Hmmmm... I wonder how that "revocation of rights must be voluntary" decision is going to impact EULAs.
Attending school is mandatory, so signing away a right to attend school is clearly not voluntary. But joining Cheer is voluntary, so the logic behind being able to sign away rights for something that's optional seems to be the same logic that allows the signing away of rights to use a computer program.
Am I missing something here? Or is this going to get cited the next time someone has an issue with a EULA?
With this much information you get to see some interesting things about sensitive locations, like the White House or Pentagon.
1) where people are shows you the internal hallways of the building and main gathering points.
2) where people aren't but should be shows you where signals are being blocked or people aren't allowed to bring devices.
At least this time there were consequences for both the officer and the PD.
Officer was fired, and the city settled with her family for $5 Million. The family is donating a large ammount of the money to "organizations that prioritize crisis intervention training for law enforcement".