-- "Why would I pay for Photoshop when I can have Gimp for free?"
You can get Photoshop for free, either borrow/take or steal a copy from someone.
--"Why would I pay for a car when I can walk for free?"
You can get cars for virtually free by renting one (Less than a cab fare) or just steal one. Free car.
--"Why would I pay for a soft drink when I can get water for free from the tap?"
This just makes sense though. You should not buy soft drinks even if you are insane rich.
Then lets here your opinions.
This allows many people to relax better and think they are the ones making 'informed' decisions since our tech's simply 'advise' and not 'push'.
My credit card company's treats ANY complaints about charges as fraud and replaces the card immediately.
There is no other option.
After reading this comment, I think this should be ranked a 6: The truth.
Answer: There isn't one.
There goes your theory up in the air.
Isn't it kinda stupid to post stories from sites that don't keep anything up for more than a couple days?
Not at all, as already stated IE gained market share because at the time it was the better browser. Netscape was in a perpetual state of decline and cost money. Sure the Anti-Trust issue became apparent later when it was stated that MS was abusing it's privileges but most of 'over 20's were actually there, and know that IE raised the bar in web browsing from versions 1-5.
bankruptcy court are finding out their personal medical information is being placed in a public record database
thanks to Aurora Health Care, one of the state's largest health systems. Their electronic medical records not only
disclosed the amount the debtor owed, but what kind of care they recieved, in direct violation of pattent privacy laws.
In a class action lawsuit, the state is suing Aurora for $25,000 per violation."
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