On the contrary, the doctor has avoided harm to his other patients. Every new born baby or person with a weakened immune system is at risk from the preventable infections his unvaccinated patients bring into his clinic.
I'm a little disturbed by the reaction above. A more nuanced reason to ban unvaccinated people would be that they endanger every other patient with a weakened immune system in the waiting room. I don't see why a medical association would recommend against a patient ban for this reason.
It's "you're just a bunch of script kiddies", not "your just a bunch of script kiddies".
You're implying that if you don't pay 10 billion you won't use them for something that produces revenue? Using them to produce revenue doesn't mean they're used for something that benefits society. Comparing the USA to Russia is useless.
Of the corporations, by the corporations, for the corporations.
Wasn't the consensus to outsource the actual work to China and save the Americans for the difficult work of being middle manager morons and sales cretins?
Climate change wasn't mentioned at all. Maybe the author meant that there's more people living in tornado prone areas.
That adds up to about 50 milisieverts per year, just about the maximum you'd want to allow for a permanently inhabited area.
This, people, is why privacy IS important after all.
Because making far fetched plans is cheaper than actually doing manned spaceflight.
Your comparison to video releases is flawed, since selling second hand DVDs is not regulated either.
A company with the dominance and influence of Amazon must be held to higher standards, for the common good.
If DRM is a result of the publisher's distrust in me, then my boycot is a result of my distrust in them.
Why not isolate the trolls by showing their comments only to themselves, but not to other readers.
Oh dear. It'll cost the oil and coal lobby at least that much in "campaign contributions" to make this problem go away.