Leave it to the European Union to fix privacy and data breaches. The EU GDPR takes effect on May 25th, 2018 and could help prevent data scandals (e.g. Facebook and Cambridge Analytica).
‘The alliance “speeds profitability for both of us,” Amazon’s Jeff Bezos said.’
What I’ve been involved into these past few years #energyindependence
In the US the 2nd Amendment and Immigration are sacrosanct. Both sides (right and left) accept a number of deaths a year to protect the two. The right accepts a number of deaths per year protect the 2nd Amendment (ie. random shootings). The left accepts a number of deaths per year to protect Immigration and diversity (ie. random terrorist acts).
No different than a Roman Amphitheater
Football players instead of gladiators
Rome never died
“Every man lives by exchanging.”
― Adam Smith
What a game. Tough loss for the Steelers. It would have been nice to see the Steelers win another Superbowl before Ben Roethlisberger retires. Good season overall, hope to see Ben come back next year.
I’m just a dreamer, I dream my life away
I’m just a dreamer, who dreams of better days
The case for crypocurrencies is getting stronger by the day. One industry that could benefit from using crypto is the cannabis industry. The New York Times explains:
“Cannabis use still lacks legal standing with the federal government. That means growers, processors, and retailers can’t open accounts or access lines of credit from federally insured banks. They can’t write off business expenses when they file their taxes, and it’s extremely difficult to purchase crop insurance.”
The states have begun to legalize the use of cannabis but cannabis is still federally illegal. How is one going to run a business without capital? Without banks? The answer is cryptocurrencies (eg: Monero, Verge).