They can modify it all they want but it is no longer Ubuntu. It has a different kernel, different drivers, and handles virtualisation very differently.
If a user had scripts running on Ubuntu and then migrated over to the new service provider, those scripts would likely stop working. These companies are using the Ubuntu name because the experience will be similar, however, there will be confusion where the user expects the experience to be identical.
Better would be to call it "Based on Ubuntu" or "Ubuntu-esque" or "VPSbuntu".
What if they removed all of the Ubuntu names on the exterior, the webpage, the file name, etc? Ubuntu still has their name all over the interior, no?
What about my 5C?
The battery slowly swelled up and busted the case.
No, no. That's a feature.
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And nothing of value was lost.
... the race of the person being advertised to should not be a criteria that is even available for selection by the advertiser.
Okay. I'll bite.
If I am selling tickets to the BET Awards, I could save considerable money by excluding Caucasians in the marketing campaign.
If I am selling holiday packages to Vietnam, I would want to not advertise to the Vietnamese.
If I am selling flights to Thailand, I know the main markets are White-Americans, White-Australians and Asian-Australians, and Russians
And in this case, if I was advertising a property in a neighbourhood that is not popular with Hispanic people according to the demographic study conducted, why would I spend hundreds or thousands of dollars advertising to them?
Marketing 101: Identify your target market
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