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It’s easy enough to not use a Gmail account. What’s a lot more difficult is not e-mailing with anybody who uses Gmail, which matters because presumably Google can read incoming messages too, and so often the incoming message content is included in a response, so third parties can read your e-mail whether or not you ever agreed to anything.
I’d think Zuckerberg would want to draw as little attention as possible to his situation, but maybe he’s a little deluded about what he should be allowed to do. The way I see it, the less people think about how Facebook earns their money, the better it is for them—it’s like a sausage maker commissioning a documentary about how the sausage is made.
prismatics said:It's probably better for Hyundai to not join forces with a partner that will discard them or throw them under the bus at the very next opportunity.I think it was a very deliberate strategy by some to blow up the possibility of a deal.
I’m surprised how many people here think it won’t make a difference, and while I acknowledge that a lot of people don’t notice or care about audio quality, some people do. Those people know who they are, because they have probably already invested time and money in being able to hear music presented as well as possible, as their budgets allow. A lot of people also don’t understand why anyone would pay a premium for a Mac or iPhone instead of the cheapest thing available, and those people also think there’s no real difference. Because to them, there’s not.
This seems silly, but it looks like they also sued Huawei, Asustek and ZTE, and,“The prior case against and ZTE (USA) Inc., Maxell Ltd. v. ZTE (USA) Inc., Case No. 5:16-cv-00179-RWS, culminated in a ten day jury trial resulting in a verdict in favor of Maxell.“They don’t mention the results of the other cases, which are also finished, so I assume they lost those.