Re: Scaled-back market
I think you meant "post-net neutrality America"
13 posts • joined 8 May 2017
After all, they have managed to mangle so many things in their handling of this. First, they screwed up security by storing all sorts of confidential data on third-party services, then they screw up by paying off the hackers (no doubt sending them the signal that hacking Über is profitable), then they screwed up by not telling anyone for months.
And then there’s the way they’ve broken the law multiple times to maximise profit, and the outright toxic corporate culture.
Good Riddance to Über. Rot in hell.
Companies have to make money, and if they're not getting it directly from you, they're probably making it by selling your information. Facebook, Google, the whole lot. They make money off of you using their free service by tracking your habits and behaviours.
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