Lower wages - always good for business
That's not true if your economy relies on consumption, just look at what happen to some European countries when they decided to cut on salaries and benefits to overcome crisis, people had less money to spend, they were already in-debt to the limit, that led to a decrease in consumption resulting in a big percentage of companies closing down and a cyclic recession.
"Setting out the action being taken by the EU he [Gilles de Kerchove] said: 'The Commissioner for Home Affairs will set up a forum to discuss with the big players – Google, Facebook, Twitter – how we can improve the way one removes from the internet the illegal and if not illegal, undesirable websites.'"
Undesirable, apparently, meaning whatever the authorities want it to at any given time. Remember guys, crimethink hurts us all!
The confusion of a staff member is measured by the length of his memos. -- New York Times, Jan. 20, 1981