So the appropriate response to being censored now is to roll over? No fight whatsoever?
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WOULD READ AGAIN
*points to user name*
I would have been up for playing games with you guys whenever - you just had to ask!!!
Pfeh, I wish it was still that easy to delete your account - I tried to delete my Hotmail/live account this morning, but apparently I do not have the correct combinations of runes and chicken bones required.
Very, very yes. Did the exact same thing.
I blocked off the tail end of the headline and showed my wife, who also nearly flipped her shit.
Optus are utilising the same basic tactics that the Tobacco industry uses - they flagrantly dodge strict advertising laws, but all they ever get is a slap on the wrist.
Even if Optus only got a thousand new subscribers with that campaign, then they'll still make a long-term profit if they get fined by the ACCC.
There was no true color anywhere
I'm happy to hear that Chrome is on the up and up.
I'm not sure that anybody could really be shocked by this news. Internet Explorer has been grabbing at straws since IE5. They continue to implement other companies ideas in a very poor way. The current IE is a complete farce, I don't understand how anybody could use it, unless you were forced to by restrictions at work.
I know it would be impossible to glean, but the amount of people using various versions of IE while at work would be interesting.
Can I get back to you?