Whatever floats your boat, but personally I think the whole streaming fad is a bit overblown. I have a slightly older PC in my office compared to the one in the living room (still no slouch) with Steam running on both. Steam has had streaming between PCs for a while now, but every time I try it (either direction) the quality is severely reduced and things just get laggy. Maybe for casual games it's fine.
It's not just the cab companies themselves that take the hit. A consumer who wants to use one of the now-defunct cab companies because they had a bad experience with uber and actually want the government protection will soon have fewer options.
You make good points and you may be right there's an ulterior motive. I don't know why Iran didn't decide to use the CANDU architecture, but there's no actual evidence of bomb making here. That's all I'm trying to say.
I don't exactly believe they *aren't* working for a bomb. I'm just saying your "evidence" is pretty thin for an accusation that they *are* working for a bomb. 20% isn't anywhere near what you need for a bomb. Maybe it's more than what they otherwise would need, but we could speculate all day as to what that implies. Maybe the centrifuges they made were just really good and happened to give them more yield than they needed. Maybe they didn't dispose of the centrifuges that did more than necessary because they're just expensive and a waste to throw away. I don't know. You don't know either.