... it will be inherited by their heirs ... who will continue to accumulate more wealth and consume more resources.
definitely profit from this shaft
... the money gets the honey, bunny! It has nothing to do with political ideology and everything to do with what politicians you own.
I said "good" paying
... not "best" paying.
Standard placement fee is 30-35% of starting salary
... so recruiters are HIGHLY motivated to find you a good paying position.
Is it dead or not ? is debatable
How much paper does that use ?
The only problem i have with this tech is that there are already states having laws that say that when this kind of tech is widely available that it will be the ONLY kind of gun that it will be legal to buy
... thereby eroding the 2nd amendment further.
I just wish i had mod points.... +1.
Streaming 1GB/hr is not viable ? really ? that would take a bandwidth of about 3 Mbit/s
and that supposes you can afford a lawyer or get a public defender who has your interests at heart(this by the way is a creature so rare that it travels by unicorn) .
And this is why the cops arrest people for filming them on duty
... confiscate phones/cameras ... make people delete recordings. They don't want a record that they can't control.
it's only a bad idea if the police have control over the recordings
... then you would see incriminating footage getting lost or deleted (and blamed on "equipment failure" ) & only exculpatory (for the police) footage being preserved.
I'm all for it (despite the expansion of the panopticon) if the cameras are always on (including an officer recall if the feed fails), the feed is streamed to a remote location, the record is administered by a public advocacy agency and available for public review, and all interactions of a routine nature are deleted after a fixed period of time.
... the underground storage tanks are very large and necessitate a relatively large footprint for the station (the tanks cannot be under a road or building) ... regardless of the presence or absence of any kind of retail space.