one of the few govt agencies that is actually trying to do consumers some good and they are overreaching?
Remember when everyone was calling Tom Wheeler, and by extension Obama, shills that were in the pocket the of the cable industry?
"It does appear to suggest young people are frustrated with the status quo and are more focused on the flaws of free markets."
Capitalism has fuck all to do with free market. Capitalism is about how to use money to ensure that the market will *not* be free.
That's been Uber's plan since day 1.
Why are you comparing these two companies?
So we have a thread to talk about how much we like Netflix and hate Comcast. Were you expecting some kind of insightful content or intelligent discussion here? It's not 2003 anymore.
Did you see Watson demolish Ken Jennings on Jeopardy?
IBM didn't do all of that R&D to impress Alex Trebec. The plan is for Watson to replace customer service reps.
Is anybody actually interested in interacting with machines via chatbots?
Have you ever waited 10 minutes to chat with an uninterested customer service rep who barely spoke your language? Bots would be an improvement.
In an average day, how many times do you mention that you don't have a Facebook account?
The fact that everything is valid when put to a vote is why that stuff can change though, rather than saying "No no no, GOD wants slavery, so you can't just 'vote' it away, that's blasphemy."
If that was true, we wouldn't need a constitution. The current popularly elected government would be right about everything.
And in the US, nobody "voted away" slavery. There was a big war about it. It was a whole chapter in your high school social studies textbook.
Was it confirmed that the FBI bought it from an Israeli company?
We have a Judicial Branch that enforces that.
Some people have a great ambition: to build something that will last, at least until they've finished building it.