Based on what's being responded to this post, it doesn't seem an isolated case. Granted, there's no proof, but given what we've all seen, it appears to be at least somewhat true.
The simple solution is simply using a "trash" browser instance that you can completely clear all cookies and local data from, you can avoid the personalization almost entirely, at least for a short while.
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Uh, 24 bit color covers greater than the visual sensitivity of the human eye. 32 bit color discards the top 8 bits, but it sends them; it's 8 x 8 x 8 x PAD.
This is true but irrelevant. In a screen shot that has shaped color gradients within a small color range, you can see banding in 24 bit color easily. (24 bit being RGB 8 bit color). You're only using a small portion of the available color, and the limitations of LCD/LED is painfully obvious here as there is no gradient between pixels that you get in other technologies.
That said you may be getting sharp lines in gradual tones because the LCDs you're using aren't true 24/32 bit colour. They are using 6 bits and not 8 bits for some or all colours.
24bit color isn't enough. 32 bit seems to work. But plasma still looks far better than LED/LCD, even backlit.
Game theory is about individuals or elitist groups winning. It's not about society as a whole winning. Game theory is what the insurance companies have been using to maximize their profits. It certainly isn't helping the people of society.
Think about this, we force hospitals to accept all at their door - they cannot refuse care if such refusal would result in death or significant injury. So essentially we already have base health care. A single payer system for this level of care would have been good. Note that cancer, aids, any other chronic / terminal disease falls outside this level of care. Costs are well-contained, and relatively easy to estimate. This is what ObamaCare should have addressed at its core. Leave the rest for insurance companies, and don't allow pre-existing conditions. There's a few other things they should have done - posted rates by service providers, no individually negotiated rates - same rate for everyone. That would also go a long way to making healthcare a normal business.