Most of the "abuse" is made up or self-inflicted (literally, as in false flag).
And where is your evidence for that?
i live in the uk and my local cineworld did this briefly about 5 years ago after a commandment from on high. The staff found it embarrasing and stupid and i remember seeing them wandering in with the goggles on and staring at us for a few seconds then walking off again. They only did it for a couple of weeks.
This isn't new, and it isn't really a sustained procedure of audience monitoring. It's a publicity stunt to make people think they're being watched - make a giant fuss about how they're watching everyone in the dark and hopefully that will scare them into not filming the screen.
They do it long enough to make people aware of it then stop again. Then in another 5 years make a big hoo-haa and break out the night vision goggles again for a couple of weeks.
Why can't you spell the word "fucking"? Please read definition #1 of the link you posted. Congratulations, you just destroyed your own argument. Also, please read the wikipedia page for "Scientific theory" (I assume this is what you mean by "scienftic theory wiki") . The first line also directly contradicts the claim you're attempting to make.
In common english, theory means "hypothetical explanation/contemplation/conjecture". As a scientific term, theory is defined in both the references you gave along the lines of "a well-substantiated explanation of some aspect of the natural world that is acquired through the scientific method and repeatedly tested and confirmed through observation and experimentation". I don't understand why you can't comprehend what I assume you've taken the time to read.
Smugness aside, it's a fair point. The Headline is absurd, and the first thing I thought on reading is that would mean you could have a kid and get free wages for the rest of your life, so the headline must be bullshit.
The word "unlimited" has lost all meaning. "Unlimited within X limits" is an oxymoron. "Any amount of leave within the first year" is not. "No further limits within X limits" is also a less misleading way of phrasing things.
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