The use of "that" here, though, indicates they are talking about a specific subset of counterfeit or third party ink cartridges (or that they believe all of them fit the following criteria). This is where they shoot themselves in the foot I think.
do not contain an original HP security chip
They are talking about the subset of counterfeit or third party ink cartridges that do not license or purchase an "original HP security chip" from them. If HP doesn't get a cut of the sale, they don't want it on the market. The whole "protecting their IP" is the real circular argument because that IP only exists to lock out competitors. It's K-cups all over again, but without the easy consumer work-around.
what Clinton did was nothing short of criminal.
What Trump has done is by far be a businessman
The engineers of the banking crash were also business men.
Netflix is turning into just another cable TV channel.
In terms of producing their own content, but in most other ways their business model is far more consumer friendly than most of the incumbent cable channels and providers. Just the fact that their original content is globally licensed puts them miles ahead of HBO, which I cannot get in Canada without a $70 cable package. Netflix's existence has been a huge disturbance to the market in a very good way for consumers - just because they don't fix all the problems doesn't make them a bad thing.
That's a moral judgement
Actually it was a joke. The linked video is required viewing
You get nothing for free in your country; you pay for it through taxes, and if you are above average (which you are as a software developer with a Master), you are paying a lot more than you would in a free market.
Like universal healthcare? Oh wait...
Just go with the flow control, roll with the crunches, and, when you get a prompt, type like hell.