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Does Six Strikes violate U.S. privacy laws?
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Is this collection of inherently personally identified data a violation of customer privacy? Is it illegal under U.S. law, or is it allowed as long as they tell customers that they're treating them like criminals?

That's the wrong answer to ask. The answer is of course yes, because they're doing it. The question to ask is should they be allowed, which is a resounding no.

The space these companies occupy is a legal grey area at best, but I doubt any action will be taken to stop them given the courts are much more likely to side with the lobbyists and big money.

What disturbs me is that Comcast, owning NBC, is now a content owning and content distributing company. Explain to me how in any way that isn't an inevitable monopoly if it isn't one already?
The stupidest thing ever that I read about this: if you're accused by mistake, you have to pay money just to appeal your case. Extortion, much?

Legacy custom music

How am I so creative? I think taking walks might have something to do with it.
Every single level I will ever make in SMM2 will be easier than Ultra Necrozma.
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