I think the question is, who will earn a large part of that $1B/year? What "partner" is ready to facilitate this mass wi-fi rollout?
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Step 1: Take series that people already have a connection to, getting around having to do so on your own.
Step 2: Get rid of everything but the basics of the storyline, including what people liked about the series in the first place.
Step 3: Try to reinvent the wheel using the same paint job of the original.
Step 4: Release the movies and hope that the fans connection to the previous movies will push them into seeing it, even though it gets bad reviews.
Step 5: Find new series, rinse and repeat.
Why don't Facebook and Skype (Microsoft) take these companies to court? Why won't the UK government?
These companies are making money off of a tool specifically made to break the law and most likely used to spy on some British citizens (abroad).
Need I say more?
Where did I say I was speaking about Christians in my comment?
Yes it is generally agreed upon that all Christians sin in one way or another, but not all sins are equal in the eyes of the Church/culture you live in. For example, materialism (idolatry) is not seen as serious a sin as murder; even though they are both in the ten commandments.
Also please read my comment again and you will see that I am discussing how branding someone immoral opens the door to making someone the "other" and more easily discriminated against because of that.
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