No, not at all jealous. But, I am pissed because many bankers have been fradulent and not prosecuted. And at age 59 my retirement and retirement saving are a full 1/3 less now and this is directly related to the financial crisis of 2007-08.
Can't we find something better of DoJ to do. Start with bankers please.
I'd guess this means the company has met its apex in development or econimic health. Or both.
I bought a Google Nexus Galaxy and Google has said they will not put out Android 4.4 for this model. Too old they say. But they will shove other crap down my throat.
Something will emerget in time to push Google aside. Firefox OS? Ubuntu? something from Asia?
MS is basically history, Apple shows signs of cracking... Google is up after Apple.
What are you waiting for?
Lets see... Judith Miller of the NY Times... and don't forget the NY Times also delayed publishing the story of ATT illegal wiretaps until after the 2008 elections. So many more....
The days of Watergate are over. Now media is a manipulative source claiming to be guardians of freedom.
hahahaha seems that way doesn't it?
I agree. While the US gov't has a lot to account for, the truth multinationals take advantage of this scenario in any number of arenas. Tax invesrion and as you sugest, they might run emails that directly violate US laws onto foreign servers to exempt them from courts.
The truth is..we are laying the ground work for globalization. If governments cannot hold a multinational corporation accountable for any number of situations, who can?
I'm suspecting the zeal MS is showing in challenging the US gov't has more to do with laying the groundword of "nation-states" being neutered. This is about power in the future. If they win against the US gov't this is just one more nail in the coffin of the battle to make governments useless. This goes hand in hand with the Trans Pacific and other trade agreements. These things are designed to strip power from government.
This is just one more step in the march of capitalism that will likely destroy civilization in the long run.
Yes. Thorium. Should have been done long ago.
and still is rife.
Because it is not just a job.. it is an adventure!
this is news worthy for slashdot.org?
Something like this might go a long way in providing an alternative to the usual suspects:
how about you give back a small percentage of your riches and save even more lives.
I would agree that today affirmative action is a bust. However, in the early part of its implimentaion, one could quantify benefits to poor people in general. when looking back at "The Great Society" with an honest eye one will find there were lots of people (across all spectrums) rising out of poverty. As with most well intended programs they disolve into generic programs that become quite ineffective.
"One of Johnson's aides, Joseph A. Califano, Jr., has countered that "from 1963 when Lyndon Johnson took office until 1970 as the impact of his Great Society programs were felt, the portion of Americans living below the poverty line dropped from 22.2 percent to 12.6 percent, the most dramatic decline over such a brief period in this century." The percentage of African Americans below the poverty line dropped from 55 percent in 1960 to 27 percent in 1968."
The above is from wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Society
In my mind the reason we cannot acheive these goals is simply that there is a powerful contigency in the US who feels strongly that government has no role in these matters. I suggest if there is no role for the government, who then will insure this remains a civilized society. And not a dog eat dog world?