Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 9th Aug 2010 10:47 UTC
Humor Now that I'm done with my internship and ready to take on OSNews again, I figured it'd be nice to start off with something light-hearted. I just read that Google bought an unmanned aerial vehicle equipped with a camera, ready to photograph whatever it flies across. We may consider Google's biggest threat to be privacy, but with all this computing power they have, their Street View cars, and now, unmanned flying drones, they look more and more like SkyNet to me. So, what's your most likely apocalyptic scenario?
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RE[10]: Comment by Kroc
by Novan_Leon on Wed 11th Aug 2010 00:13 UTC in reply to "RE[9]: Comment by Kroc"
Novan_Leon
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But that's exactly the point of my question; what rights are corporations taking away? If collectively all the Wal-Mart stores make it easier to purchase goods, that doesn't make the purchasing of goods a right. If you decided to give up Wal-Mart and all other big box stores (which you're quite capable of doing), you'd simply be giving up convenience, not a personal right.

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