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One of the big problems, though, is getting said masses to go along with it. There're a certain number of individuals out there that just don't want to play nice. They want to do things their way, regardless of what "standards" the majorities want to enforce. The internet's a big place, and it's tough to get everyone in it to follow the rules.
Yeah, forget the fact that it's a speck compared to Saturn itself, but whatever. Let them have their wonky classification "standards".
It begs a question, though. Will there be some time down the road when, should our economy rebound and achieve the levels that those people once sought again? And, if so, would we see a sort of inverse-mass-exodus? Only time will tell, I suppose.
The change of not having to use a virus to make the necessary adjustment is quite the nice improvement, though. It'll really help the stability and reliability, and much lessen the risk of negative effects resulting from said viral interference.
Man, medical science these days never ceases to amaze me.
This is way more power than any agency, even government, should have. It's like, "You no longer have any right to privacy. Deal with it." I hope to the higher powers that be that this does not pass.