Well, now that marijuana is legal in California, we can use some of that tax money to fund this. Just look at Colorado. They made so much on taxes, they actually had to give some back to the residents...
1. Invoke a terrifying internal and external enemy. --Check 2. Create secret prisons where torture takes place. --Check 3. Develop a thug caste or paramilitary force not answerable to citizens. --Check 4. Set up an internal surveillance system. --Check 5. Harass citizens’ groups. --Check 6. Engage in arbitrary detention and release --Check 7. Target key individuals. --Check 8. Control the press. --Check 9. Treat all political dissidents as traitors. --In Progress 10. Suspend the rule of law. --In Progress
20% is not a static number, so yes, you can say that not knowing the size of your phone. It's called "magnification". It takes whatever size display and magnifies it 120%. If you have a 3.5" display, it'll make it look 4.2" If you have a 4" display, it'll make it 4.8"
Although, it doesn't say how large the actual display is anywhere on the website, so I doubt it'll make my 10" tablet display 20% bigger.
I think this is a prime example of "Moron in a hurry" I thing the Trademark office should elect one of them to be forced to change their name so as to no longer be confused with the other. I don't want to call Time Warner because my cable is out and have the TV network show up and tell me they can't do anything.
Netflix, for example, charges $7.99 a month for its “basic” subscription. A basic subscriber does not get unlimited usage of Netflix’s library for that price but, instead, is limited to videos in standard definition format and on only one screen at a time."
Close...What the phone companies are doing is acting like Netflix and charging $7.99/month, but only allowing us to watch 20 movies a month. Once we reach our 20 movie cap, we get charged $1.99/movie extra. Now compound that with Netflix/other companies sending us movie "previews" that count against our movie cap, but they won't tell us by how much...
Data caps have been idiotic when the data is "infinite" There's no way you're going to run out of 1's and 0's in the middle of downloading something.