"If you like your healthcare plan you can keep it, period". Why would you bother parsing what he said word by word. He lies, period. What he says means nothing.
Well in that case, there were some things that needed clarification. For one, the people without actual heatlhcare plans - the guys who payed their dealer in monthly installments weren't eligible to keep their plans. But the biggest issues was, the government doesn't actually control private enterprise, so they found a loophole where they could switch people off the plans they had before the cutoff (of the plans they could keep) to a brand new one with the same benefits. Then when the law came into effect the insurance companies said "oh darn, your cheap plan doesn't meet the minimum requirements, and it's too new so you can't keep it - Obama made us cancel it".
If Obama was a dictator, then he could say things about the future, but since corporations don't listen to the president, and Congress certainly isn't going to do exactly what he wants, it means the statements are what he hopes to happen - he doesn't have a crystal ball.
The president especially should be forward thinking in government - and we want him to share those thoughts with us. Since he's actually in charge of running a lot of the government, it might be a good idea to listen to him. Some speeches like this NSA one are full of weasel words, but since he's stating what the policy is going to be (at least officially), it's worth figuring out what he's saying.
I am sure they will ask for a rate increase to perform the maintenance that they should have been doing all along
They do one better - they charge the customers now for the line-loss as a percentage of what they use. They actually have incentive to have leaky pipes because it means they're selling more gas to the same number of customers.
Broadcast radio was quite dead before streaming. The death of radio even predates napster. It was pretty sick and almost dead before the internet ever was a thing even
Yes, I believe it was video that killed it
Isn't it illegal to secretly infiltrate a computer system and remove legal software from it?
Yes it is.
Fortunately, the software isn't exactly legal (it was illegally installed by a virus that is), and the machine isn't being secretly infiltrated (you get notified about the Malicious Software Removal if you look at the Windows Updates), so that's kind of a moot point.
No one, not even the Tor developers themselves, knew how Microsoft had gone on a silent offensive against such a big opponent and won a decisive battle
It seems pretty obvious - the people who's machine had Tor removed didn't know it was installed and weren't using it to begin with. When MS removed it, they didn't notice or complain.
Space tells matter how to move and matter tells space how to curve. -- Wheeler