A new study by researchers at Northeastern University confirmed the extent to which major e-commerce websites show some users different prices and a different set of results, even for identical searches."
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Your central point is that it's not okay for one group to do it, but okay for a group you bray your support for endlessly to do it. And then you have the gall to start complaining about false equivalency and of all things hostility, particularly hilarious given your own penchant for leaping in with both boots on. So once again, get fucked you fucking hypocritical little fuck.
Oh, look, an article objecting to a specific methodology, that in no way was made illegal.
It's a paper, not some smear of a blog entry.
Okay. Those are equal. Yep. Look, your objection requires people to believe in a huge-criminology wide conspiracy to suppress data, whereas my objection just references a law on the books.
My objection requires people to believe in well supported research, and I don't really give a shit what you're referencing. Want more? Here you go: http://www.csulb.edu/~mfiebert...
I'm not even going to refute what you're saying, because, hell, Straus is a criminologist, and I'm not. But I will accuse you of willful false equivalence. Don't do that.
There's something very wrong with the notion of not researching things that might reflect negatively on your ideology.
Yes, for example the way feminism routinely hides, obfuscates and outright lies about domestic violence figures.
The delayed transitions are just shitty resource management from lazy hacks, that's a bunch of plugins loading from hither and yon, and it grinds my gears too.
It has a lot of merit, especially if you're trying to do anything fancy. Getting the needed processing power from the client, especially in this day and age of overpowered commodity hardware, rather than the server frees up the server to do more important jobs, and really as long as you're sanitising properly inputs why not. What's really needed is a proper push routine but that comes with its own tangled web of problems.
Yup, exactly. Taxing consumption would disincentivise spending, and when people aren't spending, businesses aren't making any money and hence going out of business.
Did anyone else notive the fact that this dude's a professor in theoretical physics? He wouldn't know a genome from a hole in the wall, why is everyone taking what he says for granted.
The bare facts are we have no clear definition for intelligence yet, never mind being able to accurately predict this difficult to define trait in a developing embryo.
Yup, why not teach them plumbing, cost me a hundred bucks to have a tap fixed the last day. If everyone was a plumber I'm sure I could have gotten it done for ten.
This is nothing less than for-profit corporations attempting to interfere with the education system for their own financial gain.
Ha, yeah right. This has been the wet dream of the MBA since computers were first commercialised. Never going to happen, or at least not this century, there's a world of difference between development and tech support.
Herre's an octopus bringing people a present: http://youtu.be/FjQr3lRACPI
Explain this then: http://youtu.be/FjQr3lRACPI
Funny thing about luck is, the harder I work the luckier I get.
I don't really see the percentage in making something too spicy, I mean why not just eat the spices alone, you'll get the same flavour. On a related note I know a Thai woman who does exactly that, even keeps a box of antacids on hand while doing so.
Last yeer I kudn't spel Engineer. Now I are won.