...there was a program you could run through your HR databases to pick up obvious data like this.
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"a full review of the legislative landscape that governs the use of overt surveillance."
Putting a sign saying "We are recording" after they have already got your image or "We are going to be recording at xyz venue" is not overt. It's restricting your freedom of movement without being recorded with no opt out.
Yea, but those that LIKE ServiceAnytimeNow, are the sort that need a PA, because they can't operate a kettle.
No doubt it requires a 15 menu, 20 step process to do it...but it will make a pretty pie chart.
Also, if you get done over by the Uber driver, does this make the company liable?
"Look out any European company that starts to make headwinds in the tech infrastructure field!"
Just look at the steel tarrifs. They UK mainly exported EXPENSIVE high grade steel to the US. They still couldn't comptete, despite lower wages , lower energy costs, lower land costs...so lets hit them with tarrifs to push prices even higher.
Why put you phone in a washing machine?
If you're that worried.
Dip in disinfectant for 30 seconds.
It's as bad as resturaunts giving you paper plates and disposable knives and forks, because all of a sudden industrial dishwashers are unable to clean properly.
Society is becoming more stupid by the day.
"Rather like the breweries over-charging their pubs for rent, and then wondering why they keep going bust."
In many places (escepcially London) this is deliberate policy.
Get a few 10's of thousands profit a year, or sell the plot for a few million.
In other areas, they diliberatly build houses right next to pubs, knowing they will be able to fend off the complaints of noise from the new assholes that move in, therefore forced to close. This is most common for music venues or ones with outdoor spaces.
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