You sound hurt. These kind of paper tiger requirements were in job postings long before Americans started whining about H-1Bs.
One thing that
It is amazing how awful some CC can be.
At first I thought, based on your post you'd really meant to say: "It is amazing how awesome CC can be."
Interestingly, both are true.
The brand damage is such that not many people are going to be like, "Yeah, give me another Samsung phone. In fact, give me another one from the same family."
How many people taking the VW TDi buyback option are going to go out and buy another VW?
I would argue that the majority of people are not really aware of the implications of switching ecosystems unless they've switched in the past, or don't use them to the extent that it is too much of a bother.
"It won't" is not an answer.
I don't think you read your own link.
hehehe, somebody doesn't understand how libraries work
Because the people that made the content signed a deal with a distributor in Canada saying that nobody in canada (including you) may view the content unless it's being broadcast or streamed by them. You really want to be blaming the people making the content for signing those deals.
Actually, they can't when somebody else already owns exclusive distribution rights in a region, which is hardly uncommon.
/. is an excellent source of hilarious crackpots.
It's the US. Everything is right of center, but it's still the "American Left"
To people like you, women are an entirely different species. In the words of Trump, sad.
Computer programmers do it byte by byte.