There seems to be a lot of misplaced anger just because you made a mistake about what I was writing about. Why remain angry after I have spelt it out very clearly?
you just generally called the story stupid
Obviously incorrect because the story says something other than what I was critical of.
Seriously, did you even RTFA
Did you even read my post? It was not about the article.
The headline is beyond stupid.
If you wish to reply to something other than what I wrote then feel free, but don't be critical of me for it.
You make judgements about all articles based on clickbait headlines?
No, I wrote a judgement about the headline based upon the headline and very clearly wrote that I was doing so.
using glue and other ordinary household stuff
Acetate tape and an acetone based solvent (as in diluted acetone) does it well enough to examine at high resolution with an optical microscope.
Would you trust a police officer whose cases only made it to a jury a small number of times, but 80 percent of those times the jury found he had made a wrongful arrest?
If the numbers are small, of course.
What's with the numerology instead of mathematics? Is astrology next?
If NO ONE else were interested in servicing your entire town sure. Even then, this clause would apply if and only if they ONLY serviced your town and nothing else. Unless your town is 100 miles away from anything else, I don't see that being a real problem in Denmark.
Reno is not a bad example of a town literally in the middle of nowhere.
You would probably think of it as living on the Moon and net neutrality would probably be low on your list of complaints.
No. It does go both ways. It's only acknowledged when the victim is acceptable. Otherwise it gets ignored. There's a particular narrative and anything that falls outside of that narrative will be ignored, belittled, or denied.
This very article is the perfect example of this "narrative curation" in action.
That certainly explains all of the virtue signalling and SJW propaganda.
> It's like corruption in Russia,
That's funny because "Russian corruption" goes back way further than Putin.
We still have legacy polices in place that readily allow for that.
We are Microsoft. Unix is irrelevant. Openness is futile. Prepare to be assimilated.