“A smart phone essentially creates a dossier of your travels, and consumers have no control over who will eventually see that information.”
- A key reason that elections are run so badly is that in most states, political partisans are in charge.
- A little-appreciated downside of the technology revolution is that, mainly without thinking about it, we have given up ‘locational privacy.’
- A publicly run health care program could compete with private insurance companies, which have a record of overcharging and underperforming.
- A smart phone essentially creates a dossier of your travels, and consumers have no control over who will eventually see that information.
- After you pay your E-ZPass bill, there is no reason for the government to keep records of your travel.
- Age discrimination is illegal. But when compared with discrimination against racial minorities and women, it is a second-class civil rights issue.
- Amazon is holding its own because the service it provides – offering millions of books and other items quickly and easily from home at any hour of the day or night – is a real one, and one that was impossible before there was an Internet.
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