There is another sense of 'cleanness' that has to do with your diet
Clean diet? - C'mon, the guy eats his own toe jam. Face it, he has disgusting personal habits, so bad that it detracts from anything he has to say.
They need to publish that list, as I would uninstall any app that did this.
I'd bet real money that Facebook's suite of apps are on the list. The
There's a reason why I refuse to install the Facebook app (m.facebook.com in a private browser tab works for my needs) and deny Messenger/WhatsApp access to all requested permissions. I'd just as soon do without the Facebook ecosystem altogether, but that's easier said than done if you've got friends scattered across the globe. *sigh*
Contractors can be out of luck
The victims in the article are classified as sub-contractors in Oz. The scenario in TFA is unusual. I did it for 12yrs, good money, no complaints.
It looks to me like some foolish and greedy people were taken in by a scam.
That's because you are using imagination rather than experience. I contracted under a similar system for 12yrs in Australia (95-07), good money, no problems with payments. Here in Oz. large corporates rarely employ an individual contractor who is not represented by an agency. Most agencies are relatively small operations and use payroll companies to handle the payments. Basically, if you want to be an independent contractor in Oz you need these services to get your foot in the door. I only gave up contracting because my current employer matched the contract rate and then some to go permanent.
At the end of the day it doesn't matter if you are a contractor or an employee, US or AU. The little guy is last in line when the court appointed receivers turn up.
GAO submitted a few non-existant products to test the EnergyStar program. Some notable results:
Gas-Powered Alarm Clock: Product description indicated the clock is the size of a small generator and is powered by gasoline.
Product was approved by Energy Star without a review of the company Web site or questions of the claimed efficiencies.
I'd buy one of these.
The only difference between a car salesman and a computer salesman is that the car salesman knows he's lying.