You'd almost suspect he is a disgruntled ex employee. The phrase 'get a life' come to mind with any of these folks that inhabit blogs just to be negative. Then again, perhaps 'seek help' would be more appropriate.
I totally agree, all excellent points. That said, if a certain poster takes a contrary view point some of the time, it's one thing. If it becomes their MO it's another thing all together. Plus there is a subtle difference between a contrarian view and continuously undermining anything positive. This isn't just semantics either, blogs like this are part of a media system that can have real consequences. If not, then that poster and others like him (or her for all I...
Sadly your probably correct. Anything with 'Apple' that is remotely bad news is prime click bait. It's a shame the good and positive don't seem to attract the same attention. I guess, given this is only true as Apple is the most successful company on Earth we shouldn't complain.
OK, sorry to hear that, then I bow to your better ability to interpret legal jargon. There was a day difference in the two articles I think, along with the different emphasis in the headlines, hence it seemed a logical deduction on my part that AI was lagging. Surprisingly I often see the BBC hours or even a day ahead of the likes of CNN on many major stories related to the USA, so I probably jumped to a false conclusion.
Interesting. I was questioning if the assertion (and used as evidence the Government was trying to abolish cash) that it was only cash transactions subject to this action. I think your point helps refute that concept ... right?
Citing extreme examples doesn't change the facts. The vast majority of middle to low level crime in drug related cases would be removed at least. Heck i used to buy Codine in Boots the Chemists for a headache, now people get arrested for selling it. Of course the Mafia types would find something else.