I assume the GP was stating this in reference to a suggestion by Thomas Piketty as to what would be a more "just" (in his definition) tax approach to tackle inequality.
The idea that Sony would be willing to accept the liability massive costs with disclosing private information of its employees really beggars belief; what money they could have made from the film would really not be worth the potential risk here.
Our limited education tax dollars have no business funding something so useless to modern society as darkroom photography.
Same with all this poetry and painting nonsense. Why should our kids learn about that kind of worthless trash?
there is nothing evil about getting free clicks out of people to dumb or lazy to read the entire link before they click it.
Just like there is nothing evil about throwing mountains of legalese inside a EULA before you are able to use a piece of software?
Now it seems it's just a mire of bitcoin spam and pro/anti government flames.