They traditionally haven't paid much attention to the law, so I'm not certain that they would do much different here.
When companies pick and choose their statistics so blatantly and make a claim like this, it really makes me trust the company that much less.
One of the places where the Internet truly succeeds is by giving everyone a voice, thereby creating a watchdog effect that mass media has failed at themselves. Granted, not many use their "voice" for a worthy purpose, but those that do may never have been heard if it weren't for this medium.
Funny coming from someone who does a show of that name. It's just pretend anarchy.
Wouldn't a RaspberryPI be cheaper and do the same thing?
I seriously doubt that.
They should have kept better track of their usage. They could have upgraded to a plan with more included wiretaps, or even considered one of the "Shared Family Wiretap" plans.
Now that we have at least temporarily stopped commercial netting of the sea lion primary preferred food source (smelt), perhaps they will go back to eating those.
The Hanford reach is what I am referring to. The stretch that isn't dammed because of where it is. That stretch.
Not really. Anything upstream would have to take at least part of the load.
That last free-flowing stretch of the Columbia River that the OP mentions is also the last stretch of Columbia River that maintains spawning habitat. It also accounts for a very large portion of the salmon that return through the Columbia River estuary every year. If removing this dam would open up more spawning habitat, this would not be a bad thing.
Sorry, but the BBB will not help you. It's a front controlled by the businesses that they pretend to police.
1. Massively under-fund education 2. Take advantage of the under-educated masses 3. Profit
They are being polite. You have to voluntarily join a public and un-trusted network to allow them to snoop. At that point, you are practically leaving your doors and windows wide open for someone to break into your home, so to speak.
Stock holders do.