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krinn
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 28, 2017 12:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

1clue wrote:
You can do lots of things with your house, but not anything. You can't run a meth lab, an opium den or a brothel, at least in the USA. You can't sell stolen goods from there. Depending on where you live and who you bought your land/house from, there may be laws regarding running your business from your house (zoning restrictions) or limits on what kind of animals you can keep (neighborhood covenants).

But the problem is not because you do that in your house, it's because you are against the law.
Entering your house is grant under strict conditions, justify to a judge or by a visible emergency in your house.
And real exception, i think "unwritten" everywhere, are firemen : if your neighbour's house is burning and firemen think going from your house to his is the way to do, i think they will destroy your door and process (well in real they will certainly more break a window).
It might not be exception at all, and against the law, but you'll have hard time complaining to a judge against firemen that were saving someone.
The door is a privacy wall, even unlocked, it doesn't mean you can open it freely.
And it goes the same for a car, you cannot break its window because a dog is in, the dog must be in emergency.

You don't lock your door to prevent someone to legally enter it, you lock it down to prevent thief and illegal person to enter it.

That's why if RF law state frequencies to use in public, you won't be against the law to use any frequencies in your house if you can keep that contain to your house, because your house is not a public place.
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 29, 2017 1:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

krinn wrote:
1clue wrote:
You can do lots of things with your house, but not anything. You can't run a meth lab, an opium den or a brothel, at least in the USA. You can't sell stolen goods from there. Depending on where you live and who you bought your land/house from, there may be laws regarding running your business from your house (zoning restrictions) or limits on what kind of animals you can keep (neighborhood covenants).

But the problem is not because you do that in your house, it's because you are against the law.
Entering your house is grant under strict conditions, justify to a judge or by a visible emergency in your house.
And real exception, i think "unwritten" everywhere, are firemen : if your neighbour's house is burning and firemen think going from your house to his is the way to do, i think they will destroy your door and process (well in real they will certainly more break a window).
It might not be exception at all, and against the law, but you'll have hard time complaining to a judge against firemen that were saving someone.
The door is a privacy wall, even unlocked, it doesn't mean you can open it freely.
And it goes the same for a car, you cannot break its window because a dog is in, the dog must be in emergency.

You don't lock your door to prevent someone to legally enter it, you lock it down to prevent thief and illegal person to enter it.

That's why if RF law state frequencies to use in public, you won't be against the law to use any frequencies in your house if you can keep that contain to your house, because your house is not a public place.


Yes, the problem is lawbreaking in general. But we have safeguards to prevent breaking that law built into our houses. Not to prevent lawbreakers because ATTEMPTING to break into someone else's house is illegal too. We have safeguards to prevent someone else's actions from hurting us physically, emotionally or financially.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 31, 2017 1:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Doctor wrote:
Such a tree does exist and is FSF approved, Ututo.

It's in past. Now Ututo based on Ubuntu.
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