You just ignored the content of the article and assumed that Facebook was rolling out a feature to invalidate privacy settings.
What TV show has 30+ episodes in a season ($100/$3)? TV seasons are usually fewer than 25 episodes.
He was probably (quite reasonably) including tax and shipping and handling.
He's going to a minimum or low security facility, which is typically almost completely unsecured, and has a focus on work and job programs. We are not talking about "hard time" here. He'll be serving alongside white-collar criminals, not exactly a dangerous bunch.
The wisdom of Office Space seems applicable here.
Y'know, minimum-security prison is no picnic. I have a client in there right now. He says the trick is: kick someone's ass the first day, or become someone's bitch. Then everything will be all right. Why do you ask, anyway?
IF we're going to get mad at Google for roaming around in a car picking up SSID's than WHY can't we get mad at Zynga for taking whatever information they have about me and making money by selling it?
Because Zynga only gets the data that YOU give them; you ultimately have control over how much information Zynga gets about you. Don't want them to have information about you? Don't use their applications.
Now if you don't like the law, think it should be changed, the answer is to let your representatives know. They are the ones who make the laws, they can unmake them.
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No, but really... all you need is some flexibility in the meaning of "non-secular" and enough dislike of the United States to accept "evil", and this matches the United States pretty well.