“I understand that people experience things differently and if you weren’t treated as you’d wish, then once again you should’ve left”
You just said that you understand people experience things differently in one breath. And in the next, you obviously don’t understand that one or more of those means of experiencing things…
Choices are both conscious and subconscious. The conscious choices towards an idealized persona can – to a discriminating eye – reveal the subconscious personality or state-of-mind that produced those choices. Over time, patterns and themes become more recognizable.
Those are highly visible, big ticket examples.
For every X pieces of automation software with which the courts take issue, there are Y pieces of automation software that go unnoticed until there is suddenly no more human labor completing the tasks that have been automated.
Y is much greater than X.
Actually, bitch is what a female dog, wolf, fox or otter is called. Its feminine context cannot be removed because it’s inherent in the etymology and growth of the word.
It’s the same as the word fag. It can be re-contextualized with a new meaning. But that doesn’t make it any less offensive to some person who would have…
What must be understood is that, with few exceptions, The Problem now exists not only in content creation/distribution but in every industry.
Think of “content” as “any use of an existing technology”: banking, taking a taxi, booking a hotel room, watching a movie, making a phone call, listening to music, managing a team…
Class action just means there are numerous plaintiffs being represented.
What I’m saying is that the process for this kind of lawsuit would take years. Lawyers cost money. The average lawyer makes ~$150/hour in my part of the world. That’s around $300K/year just for 1 lawyer. A lawsuit like this would need more than 1…
A class action suit would be ineffective. Facebook has oodles more lawyers and bank than any amount of indie content creators could muster over the long haul in which a legal process would occur. We’re talking years here. It would be an endurance contest which Facebook would handily win. Meanwhile, they’d still be monetizing copyright infringements.
not a great user experience
That is simply not true.
If the owner of a YouTube video has configured the video to be embeddable, there is no difference whatsoever in the user experience. No new window opens and the video plays directly in the feed on Facebook.