"As God is my witness, I thought turkeys could fly!"
I wonder if they'll try to make The Silmarillion next?
Oh, that's not legal? Well, how is this any different?
2) Sony - no uniforms, but that much money, media control and political connectivity packs one helluva wallop, and
3) Anonymous - (self-declared) internet "freedom fighters".
Here's to hoping the US government does what's best instead of what it does best.
It just so happens to have a video chat capability that integrates quite well into the Android ecosystem. It's actually superior in some ways to Skype, but (being part of Google +) nobody has ever heard of it - not even the NSA (?). Microsoft doesn't want to screw Skype up badly enough to force people to discover any of a number of alternatives. RIght now, the only thing maintaining Skype's dominance in video chat is the size of the user base. Force [Linux|Android|iOS|downlevel M$] users to find an alternative and that advantage disappears. Users are so damned fickle that way . . .