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The administration is canceling “English classes, recreational programs and legal aid” for kids in migrant shelters, meaning facilities for children would be indistinguishable from prisons. Don't let them get away with it.
originally posted by: scraedtosleep
a reply to: imthegoat
If redlights kept innocent people from getting help would you still wont them?
Don't ambulances get to run those lights during an emergency?
Isn't a person asking for asylum or fleeing hardship by very definition experiencing an emergency?
A wall will stop those we should help not those we want to keep out. Imo
originally posted by: RelSciHistItSufi
a reply to: EndtheMadnessNow
EMN, yes agreed, for the past but... double meanings mean it could be Immediate Action Directive for future ones.
Private_operated plane (OP)?
ATL -> IAD
Law enforcement at all levels has the legal authority to intercept and access communications and information pursuant to court orders, but it often lacks the technical ability to carry out those orders because of a fundamental shift in communications services and technologies. This scenario is often called the “Going Dark” problem.
Law enforcement faces two distinct Going Dark challenges. The first concerns real-time court-ordered interception of data in motion, such as phone calls, e-mail, text messages, and chat sessions. The second challenge concerns “data at rest”—court-ordered access to data stored on devices, like e-mail, text messages, photos, and videos.