You could pay to have that looked into.
Or you could just ask the Nissin company, who will tell you that it is much better. But to really know you have to spring for a package and try it for yourself.
you've actually got to enforce regulations to get them to work or people will defraud others
Pay attention. Over and over again we see government programs that shouldn't exist at all gamed by fraudsters, from welfare to education vouchers. Now you are shocked that this stupid corporate welfare is being gamed and abused? It was obvious that that was going to happen from the very start, and it should be obvious to you that the government never has a history of properly enforcing regulations to stop fraud. The policy is only to expend a tiny amount of effort to catch one or two offenders and "make an example" of them, but the others ignore this and continue collecting taxpayer money. You don't solve this problem by enforcing regulations, you solve this problem by not creating it in the first place, or admitting that it failed and shutting it down.
There are no royalties for trademarks. Others are simply not allowed to use the trademark.
Oh, one more thing (obligatory):
I always thought Swatch was a contraction for Shitty watch.
OK, so in Saudi Arabia homosexuality is illegal and may be punished with death, but there are negative things about the country too.
Perhaps if you live in such a country you shouldn't go on a computer network and post information that would lead back to you and get you killed. Sounds like some people earned themselves Darwin Awards.
OK, just kidding, I know we should be more compassionate towards the homosexuals until there is a cure for their sickness,
what system would you propose to better reward drivers
Time and a half for the drivers, with no increase share to Uber itself during times of emergency or extreme demand (it is easy to justify an incentive to get the drivers to work during the crisis, Uber should be working anyway.). Any more would be (and is) gouging.
If you didn't have to work so hard, you'd have more time to be depressed.