Well, I can say that some of it comes from the fact that a group traditionally out of power (women) have been the ones who've been able to sell their bodies. But, speaking to your larger point, I agree - it's amazing to me that people will not even question (much) selling out their very selves, but cry "Ick! Unclean!" at something trivial like a sexualized encounter, in the US.
If their online "profits" are any indicator, we'll see where the rest of their profits go as we all slip further and further into cloud computing. The rise in popularity of Mac OS and other alternate platforms make the "switch" pretty easy these days.
You can totally have background tasks. It's just that they have to come from Apple.
That's why it's a deal breaker for some people (like me). Apple's apps don't always suit everyone's needs. There are other apps that are useful that people want to run in the background. Pandora and Last.fm are two examples. I don't even listen to MP3 files anymore since I am a subscriber to both of those music sites.
Morals do not pay the bills. As an individual would you (not the parent) be happy to content to contribute half your income for the rest of your life if it meant China was truly free and democratic? I doubt many would.
Some people realize there are more important things in this world than money.
That's why basically 100% of content is moving to flash where they can control your experience.
There are many explanations, none of them happy-making:
5. Families in poverty may have problems with consistently attending counseling or therapy sessions
If you know a doctor that accepts Medicaid patients, ask them about trying to schedule those patients.
It's a pain in the ass to schedule a kid whose parent(s) work two jobs and have to take a taxi to reach the Dr.
sudo is a command. Not an account. Besides, if the user account has a poor password, then chances are that one of these is true:
a) The user and root accounts have the same password.
b) The root account has a different but similarly insecure password.
c) The user made a file with the root password:
i) The file has mode 660, so all you need is the user's password
ii) The file has mode 666, so all you need is nobody access.
d) The user somehow managed to get
Single tasking: Just Say No.