The US government doesn't need money from the companies... that's what printers are for.
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In honor of Harry Randall Truman, I will scoff at this impending iGoogleocolypse which some claim will take my home. Despite this 2 day countdown, I don't have any idea whether it will cease to show. Ain't gonna hurt me... boy.
Sorry, but the way the US political class appear to act is absolutely fucking pathetic.
Thanks for this insightful outside perspective; our beer goggles must be deceiving us.
why did they hire them in the first place?
They didn't hire these people; they bought companies for their technologies, brands, etc. and then got rid of the extra employees.
"Google is getting WH [White House] and State Dept support and air cover. In reality they are doing things the CIA cannot do... [Cohen] is going to get himself kidnapped or killed. Might be the best thing to happen to expose Google’s covert role in foaming up-risings, to be blunt. The US Gov’t can then disavow knowledge and Google is left holding the shit-bag."'"
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Let me get this straight - you think that the human body is working great if you don't have high blood pressure, you aren't on drugs, and your lungs have adequate capacity? I imagine millions of people die each year who meet those conditions.
Note that this was signed the week after the boston bombings, two days after Ibragim Todashev was killed by the FBI. They were likely trying to follow various other related leads.
Also of note:
- This document is top secret, not to be declassified until 2038, so close your eyes.
of LOIC attacks from anonymous.
Betas wasn't too horrible. It was a bit cliché, but entertaining and applicable to the entrepreneurial/tech crowd.
I would argue that he may have done a great deal of damage. Releasing plans for future products can tip off competitors. Information regarding future products can also result in a customer not purchasing what is currently available in anticipation for a future product. Both of these can mean millions of dollars in losses for a company.
Yeah, but if it's Friday, and I want a book, even with Amazon Prime I have to wait until Tuesday or so.
Can I have my bookstores back now?
All of the new costly equipment has to keep working with the old costly equipment.