I never understood why the NFL and the NBA never had minor leagues like in Baseball and Hockey and why college sports where so popular. Now I know why; because they don't have to pay student athletes but you do have to pay minor leaguers.
Good video. I don't agree with all of it but I do agree with most of it but I never want to back, I always want us to move forward. Only when we leave this planet to explore the universe will there be no more use for money.
You know, I keep hearing from so many sources that most people won't buy an Apple watch specially the expensive ones because the software will be obsolete in a couple of years but I'm starting to rethink that because I believe Apple won't be changing the Apple watch design for 5 or more years or upgrading the software that much and instead will depend on developers to come up with apps to keep the watch relevant like they did with so many versions of the iPhone. JMO p.s I still would never buy one as I'm not interested in being in the Apple economic system.
This topic is not about the internet, its about search engines. The information on the internet is still there, the law doesn't touch that.
Google is not "a public record", it is a private company that gives you information according to their priorities. Sure, many don't know that, they think of it as "an unfiltered representation of information on the internet".
Thats not the case, 1/3 of the results are "paid for" on the first page already, thats not the "best result".
Googles auto completion btw distorts information. It doesn't reflect real information, it reflects "what ppl are searching for".
So search engines like Google are showing you biased, distorted information on ppl and these ppl should have a right to appeal that. The underlying infromation on the internet doesn't get deleted, this is all about the "aggregation" of information that misses context and thus creates problems.