Technology

North New Jersey.com – December 4, 2017

Operating a drone while under the influence of drugs or alcohol would be a disorderly persons offense under a bipartisan bill that advanced from an Assembly committee Monday, as would using a drone to harm wildlife or endanger people or property.

DRIVING drunk is a “no-no.”
But, who would have thunk,
That a “higher” offense
Would be “DRONING drunk.”

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The Register -December 6, 2017

The State of New Jersey is considering a law to criminalize flying drones while drunk or stoned.

A bill introduced last week by Assembly woman Annete Quijano (D-Union) would make it a crime to operate a recreational drone while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

 

DRIVING drunk is a no-no.”

But, who would have thunk,

That a  “higher” offense,

Would be DRONING drunk.

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The Wall Street Journal – December 28, 2017

Security expert warn that consumers could face new threats, particularly in their Internet – connected TV’s toys and other “smart” appliances.

Nothing’s beyond reach on your “security shelf.”

In 2018 prepare to “expose yourself.”

 

 

 

 

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The Wall Street Journal  – December 19, 2017

What’s worse than missing out on bitcoin’s 1900 percent rally? Not being able to access your windfall because you forgot your bit coin password… and there’s no bank to call to reset it.

Losing all access to your pricy coinage,
Is a fiscally painful “kick in the loinage.”

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