Espionage is never legitimate unless you consider it acceptable for others to do it to you in the manner in which you do it to them. The hypocrisy of the NSA, CIA, GCHQ, BND, Mossad, FSB, etc. is grossly palpable. Everyone seems to do it, yet it's "shame on you" if anyone does it them. Pulling down the curtains was an important demonstration of collective, well deserved shame.
This crap belongs in movies and video games, not the real world. The citizenry of the world's nations should not be the game pieces used in the amusement and distraction of political and military rulers.
- 1 in 4 use a cell phone
- 1 in 4 are talking to a passenger
- 1 in 4 are eating/drinking
- 3 in 4 would be eliminated if a modest amount of competency processing rapidly evolving environments while simultaneously operating a vehicle were required to obtain/maintain a license.
No. This is worse, way worse. While Microsoft has difficulty in executing things, they still maintain a basic respect for their customers. Facebook on the other hand has demonstrated time and again their absolute lack of scruples and moral integrity when it comes to monetizing their users.
This saddens and depresses me. I had such optimistic hope for Oculus.