When we can break past that barrier then there is a chance of the presumption being innocent until proven guilty, but when they scale is unfairly weighted to one side often to bring the balance back you have to make changes.
Certainly. I just don't think one of those changes should be instituting a presumption of guilt.
Where are all these free, no commercial prime TV shows on the internet?
Who is claiming they exist?
You can't stop it, all online streaming will have ads and commercials.
I see no indication that Netflix wants to introduce ads. One of their main selling points is there are no ads, they would be extremely foolish to throw that away, and they've demonstrated they are anything but foolish.
People who say they cut the cord but are still watching TV on their computers, dvd players, online aren't fooling anybody.
"Cutting the cord" means canceling cable or satellite TV service. It doesn't mean not watching any TV shows. You can cut the cord and continue watching TV via an antenna or online services.
Cable companies are are already heading towards online paid subscription, don't think they won't buy out everyone else and then you will have no option but to go through them.
You're saying cable companies are going to buy Netflix, Amazon, HBO, and Google?
Yet now oil has drastically dropped yet fuel has barely budged down.
Within the last year or two I was paying $3.50 or $3.75 a gallon, and now it's $1.90. Your local prices may vary but for me at least it has been a drastic drop. And incidentally I have seen diesel prices even lower than gas, which I hadn't seen in many years. I don't know the explanation for that.