[ExI] AI Foundation launches AI.XYZ to give people their own AI assistants

MB mbb386 at main.nc.us
Mon Jul 3 15:19:27 UTC 2023

bill w, what you say is how it is *supposed* to work, only some judges
rubberstamp warrants without ever asking how valid the info is - hence
people who get shot in no-knock raids to the wrong address and such.  And
some cops don't do proper checking of what they put on a warrant request.
Either oversight or deliberate, who knows.  "Trusted informers" are not
always trustworthy - they have their own reasons for saying correct or
wrong things, which is why Red Flag laws are so very tricky.


On Mon, July 3, 2023 09:51, William Flynn Wallace via extropy-chat wrote:
> No, Ben, I really do not know our privacy laws.  I know that for some
> things (and I don't know what) a judge has to agree to let the police dig
> into your life.  A warrant.
> Millions of cops.  A few bad eggs.  Many problems:  we don't screen them
> enough at all; we don't pay them enough at all.  We present being a cop as
> a military police type of thing.  Wrong attitude.  Many cops are from the
> lower classes and there is where you get more racism.  So many weapons the
> cops are afraid and angry before they even get to a crime scene.  So that
> leads to irrational overreacting.
> Many cops have been kicked off the force, indicted,and put in prison.  It
> is a shame that so much bad cop behavior happens, but we don't tend to
> tolerate it.  Body cameras on cops have been really helpful.
> bill w
> On Sun, Jul 2, 2023 at 4:14 PM Ben Zaiboc via extropy-chat <
> extropy-chat at lists.extropy.org> wrote:
>> On 02/07/2023 19:00, bill w wrote:
>> > Does being arrested let the police dig into your smartphone, PC,
>> > online media, etc.?  If we don't have privacy laws covering some of
>> > this, we need them.  bill w
>> Bill, you live in the USA, you should know that being arrested lets the
>> police do anything they damn well please, up to and including murder.
>> But you don't have to be arrested for various government bodies to dig
>> into any information at all. Privacy laws are irrelevant. if Edward
>> Snowden et. al. did nothing else, they proved that.
>> Ben
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