While in theory, EMR's can do a lot of good by providing any doctor instant critical info
That's not just a theory, it's a fact. EMRs aren't perfect but they're getting better, and the security issue will be addressed.
That said, my wife and I both have gotten prescriptions for things that would be obvious if that information was leaked to a spammer, but it hasn't happened.
Just because the cop said he faces charges that could result in prison time doesn't mean he's going to prison.
If (as you seem to think) he is a poor misguided child who displayed bad judgement on this one occasion, he will certainly be given counseling and probation.
On the other hand, if he's a thug who has already been arrested several times and has shown no indication of improved behavior after the usual help provided to first and second offenders, there isn't much else that can be done besides keep him away from the rest of society
These fairs are cheaper with layovers are games the airlines play with fairs to maximize revenue
The airline is essentially paying you to fly on an unprofitable route in order to meet regulations that they provide service on that route.
Chicago and LA are bad examples because those are popular destinations.
An regional airport about an hour from where I live only gets four flights in and out a day, and the planes are usually 3/4 empty. The only reason the airport is open is because the government requires the airlines provide service to it; tickets on those flights are heavily subsidized - I read an estimate that each ticket sold represents a loss of about $600. I can get a ticket to fly into a major hub airport about 2 hours away or a ticket to the regional airport for a bit less because of that subsidy. The airline doesn't want to sell you or me the cheaper ticket, but they're required to offer them.
I don't blame the airline for trying to stop people from using that subsidy to get a cheaper flight into the hub.
They offer a service at a price.
Their offer is to fly you to LA at one price, or to Chicago at another price. But not to fly you to Chicago at the LA price.
If you don't like their offer? Fuck off.
Through a self-perpetuating ecosystem of developers, the banks will continue to gather high-value data from customers through third party integration.
I read the article but don't really understand what a "self-perpetuating ecosystem of developers" would do for me. It sounds like they're planning to breed.
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