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Comment: Re:Research yes, insurance and govt NO! (Score 1) 186

I'm too effing lazy to search for it, but wasnt there a study that revealed anonymized data, in many cases (like exhaustive medical details), could be correlated back to an actual person with surprising (>60% IIRC) accurcy using the remaining data? Even if Google were a trustworthy custodian (unlikely) and would refrain from that action, others (e,g, insurance companies, employers) are unlikely to be so scrupulous.

Comment: real life example of asinine policies like this (Score 1) 532

by Anomalyst (#47329753) Attached to: NYC Loses Appeal To Ban Large Sugary Drinks
The breakfast buffet at a nearby casino used to just take my drink order. Now, I am told I cant have a large apple juice for breakfast. So I order 3 small ones instead (which is probably more product than I would have been served with a large, i.e. more cost to them. Hope that wasnt the reason it recently went from $5 to $6.) Does ne1 think the marketdroids wont figure out a 3/$1.11 campaign with a free re-usable carrier to hang them on the car window? Thereby providing 48oz of sugared water, 4oz more than before. I am sure thats the result such femtobrains were seeking.

Comment: but no IPv6 support (Score 1) 129

they have a v6 block assigned to them but the asshats are clueless on how to provide it to their customers. Their salesdroids and technical people are completely ignorant of the concept, they dont have a deployment timeline or any mention on their website and frankly I dont beleive they have an inkling of a plan on how to accomplish it.

Comment: 'unhelpful to their cause.' (Score 0) 330

As I always suspected, AGW is a cause, not a hypothesis, let alone an actual scientific theory.
I expect to see donation boxes to appear on the desk of every senator and representitve which pleads "think of the children of wealthy corporate executive beachfront property owners" where they can insert their proposed amendments.

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