So we are assured.Q99 wrote:That right only exists once that person has ended the life- and thoughts- of someone else in a premeditated fashion, or multiple times in the heat of the moment. Even then, they aren't altered to have all freedoms removed.Simon_Jester wrote:How can you ever claim the right to rewrite someone's thoughts, without also claiming that they are your slave?
Even people who are caught killing people still have rights. Their rights are not forfeit.
We have no reasonable way of knowing what the drones will and will not expect people to do. They're alien robots from another planet. How much do we know about what they think constitutes 'obstruction' versus a failed good faith effort?Yes, but even within their rules, not the consequences of killing or re-writing. It sounds like as long as you make a good-faith effort, you're in the clear, while if you decide to withhold resources to boost margins, then you're going to have a drone set things straight.FaxModem1 wrote:But as Zor noted, widespread famine, which is preventable today due to how much excess food is produced, and modern technology, means that they are obstructing food delivery to the starving in the name of profit. And since the drones value lives more than property, that's going to lead to consequences.
Heck, much of the problem isn't 'obstructing,' just the proper infrastructure distribution not existing. Which seems rather out of the drone's hands.