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- It's been my experience, that those sorts of images don't come up unless you go looking for them... but then I'm a Linux user and I probably have more control over my machine than most people do.May 10, 2012
- I suspect if a large number of images are found in cache, yeah, he was looking for. If it's only one or two (in which case, why is anyone even looking in the cache?) it's probably not looking for.
I think, from what I've read so far, the judge applied the law as written. The law might be able to use some tuning up. I think that 'accidental viewing' is still a possibility and there should be an exclusion for such cases.
130 saved, 2 in cache... nuh uh.
2 in cache... probably accidental.
130 in cache... might still be accidental (mislabeled gallery?), but check more closelyMay 10, 2012
- Of course, that would require that folks are exercising judgement, rather than applying "zero tolerance" policies.
Not exactly popular these days.May 10, 2012
- Part of why there are professional judges, I guess. I don't have a lot of patience for zero toleranceMay 10, 2012
- Hence why judges hate mandatory sentencing laws, and congresscreatures loving them.May 10, 2012
- as an engineer I do appreciate the value of ease of application... but that should not be an over-arching goal sometimesMay 10, 2012