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As powerful men drop like flies due to their inability to resist abusing their authority, it's clear that the problem is widespread. Similarly, it's likely that we'll find the problem of alleged industrial espionage is not limited to Uber. You see, when people misuse authority -- and the sexual harassment problem is a massive misuse of authority -- folks typically don't just misuse it in one area. For some time, I've suspected that the harassment issues were just one aspect of a bigger problem.


Re: The Return of Industrial Espionage and the Building New Wave of Scandals
Posted by: MrFriendly 2017-12-05 08:14:05 In reply to: Rob Enderle
The “return” of industrial espionage? It never went away!!!

Power corrupts and ultimate power corrupts ultimately. Basically, nobody anywhere should have masses amount of power
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The value of engaging in serious political discourse outweighs the negatives.
Most of the political conversations seem overheated and ignorant.
Social networks provide a lot of very good political information from reliable sources.
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