The Senate voted 50-48 along party lines Thursday to repeal an Obama-era law that requires internet service providers to obtain permission before tracking what customers look at online and selling that information to other companies.
The only way I can interpret this action is that Republicans value corporations over people.
From at least in or around 2013 through in or about 2015...
He was initially successful, acquiring over $100 million in proceeds that he wired to various bank accounts worldwide. But his footprint would eventually lead investigators to the truth,
So what amount is sufficient to walk away? 100M in two years?
I guess for some, it's the thrill of the chase, not the actual kill
The Internet has lowered to the barrier to getting stuff out to an audience, but it hasn't increased the talent level of the producers. Net result: easier to find more JUNK. Enjoy your cat videos.
If your looking for junk you will find it. I come across so much genuine and unknown talent online that I really scratch my head when I hear the radio and what is being fed to consumers. I've finally realized that success is majority marketing/publicity with a dash of talent, not the other way around.
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Why do 1st world workers feel an overbearing sense of entitlement that they deserve special privileges?
Yes, as fluffernutter said and because we already proven the unfettered capitalism will eat itself.
"Capitalism may be the best economic system ever devised, but one of its drawbacks is that it provides financial incentives to harm and even kill people." - https://www.nytimes.com/2016/0...
Waaaay to late on that score. The legend goes, the term "sabotage" comes from workers in the Industrial Revolution throwing their wooden shoes (called "sabots") into the machines which were replacing them.
I think the next line of job replacing robots will be made to look like Megan Fox or (whoever) to help curb that.
Do you also object to the headline, as robots aren't "taking" jobs, they're just being given jobs that used to belong to humans?
Fair enough. I'm probably overreacting based on the current nationalist attitude in the US. Maybe once angry displaced workers start attacking and killing robots I'll have the same reaction.
Was already taken by Indians.
I'm so tired of hearing comments like this, nothing was taken! If Asians are now doing the job you used to do it's because it was given to them willingly by US corporate decision makers!
All this backlash over immigrants ruining America is crap, we have done this ourselves, the 1% needs to keep its revenue growth high and has no problem sacrificing your welfare to do it.
There must be more to life than having everything. -- Maurice Sendak