It's Facebook. Individual rights and privacy are irrelevant as long as the folks at the top keep getting their paycheck. People should learn how to socialize the old fashioned way, face to face.
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And think of the money he's saved us!
Carry this a bit further, let's blame the GPS folks for giving directions if the assassin uses one.
What about the clothes manuf. the made the sneaky clothes he wears?
You hit that nail on the head!
All of those records are nice I suppose, but I'm thinking, "who really cares?" about most of them.
Hey, that was 1959, who knew anything about that stuff back then? If you could sell an upside down pie tin as a UFO....
Still yet, it was pretty hokey, even for Gregory Peck.
How about they all become government contractors and sell their services back to the government?
I would add, "And your password will not be visible when you create it, so make sure you type it correctly."
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It's nothing more than a Big Brother scheme in disguise. So how do illegal aliens fit into this little ol program, eh?
With a dress code. There are some people in this world that shouldn't be wearing the clothes they're wearing. We've all seen them. Regardless of what you look like physically (read as naked), with the proper clothing, anyone can become a real looker. UBS, being the type of company it is, expects their people to dress professionally so they attract "professional customers" (read into that what you will). I would certainly hope they pay their employees enough to keep a nice wardrobe, the type of clothes they want you to wear, you won't be buying at Walmart.
In the long run, if the money is right, it's only part of your life. Just think, when you get home, you can dress up in the spouse's clothing and go have a blast....or not.
I seriously doubt that Wikileaks had anyone best interest in mind when they published the information. What good will it really serve? As you've said, the amount of hurt, problems, and more this will cause was not, I'm sure, ever considered. He has also not given a shred of thought to what will probably happen to him once the wrong person/people catch up with him.
That is sad.